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Posted on Do I need a composite pin nailer

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AlanWS

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#1 posted 09-19-2020 08:14 PM

As long as the nails are not contacting the saw table while you cut them, they should not trip the Sawstop. I have cut through an unfortunate number of nails with mine, without triggering it.

If you want to find out, leave a nail sticking out of a board and while the saw is turned on but not spinning, touch the nail to the blade without your hands on metal. Watch the lights on the switch. They will blink if it would have triggered while moving.

-- Alan in Wisconsin


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