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#1 posted 11-05-2009 01:19 PM

Bill, I can tell you that the technology works. I did not hit a finger but I was running some test cuts while setting up a dado on my saw and inadvertently hit a brad which tripped the brake on my saw. I came as close as I have ever been to crying (this was a $250 dado stack) but fortunately only a couple of chippers needed to have some carbide replaced.

Replacing the brake cost $69 and getting the chippers repaired cost $30 but it proved the technology works and I really did not mind the expense since this is what the saw is designed to do.

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