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SamuraiSaw

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#1 posted 01-22-2013 02:49 PM

I’ve only briefly looked at a Saw Stop, so help me understand the process. I know a sacrificial block slams into the blade, but what causes the arbor assembly to drop? Is that a mechanical process or is there another piece that has to be replaced?

I wonder what might be a problem with leaving the blade spinning….......................

I hope this remains a discussion and not a pissin’ match.

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