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WoodshopTherapy

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#1 posted 11-13-2018 11:23 AM



I’ve been running one sawstop since 2008 (at work) and another since 2010 (at home). They are both the industrial models. The saws are amazing in all ways, customer service is impeccable. The one at work has had some problems and they’ve covered everything, every time. I’ve seen 3 people touch the blade at work on accident and only needed a bandage. My wife made me buy the one for home and last winter I touched the dado blade and it did it’s job. I never thought I’d make that mistake but it happened, it was like getting hit by a hammer. And I needed a bandage but overall I was good to go. I’m surprised by the negative responses on here but once you’ve used one you’ll be sold, it’s worth every penny.

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