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steven newman

Saw-Stop in a handsaw?

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40 minutes ago, steven newman said:

One swipe...was enough to trigger the "Saw_Stop Sensor" 

..and you don't have to buy a new trigger cartridge!

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1 hour ago, lew said:

..and you don't have to buy a new trigger cartridge!

or replace the blade!

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Steve...glad to see your "Saw Stop" sensing technology worked like a charm.  It appears ready for another incident but hope you won't need to test it again.

 

FYI...SawStop has recently won a lawsuit against Bosch for copying it's technology...I hope you do not receive a notice from their lawyers... :D:o:P

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I'm afraid they'd lose that one...fingers have been around for.....couple of million years?   Mine have been around for almost 64 years.....long before saw-stop began.  :rolleyes:

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I would delete this thread IMMEDIATELY! If our buddy from Saw Stop sees this you'll get sued for patent infringement.:rolleyes:

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1 hour ago, schnewj said:

I would delete this thread IMMEDIATELY! If our buddy from Saw Stop sees this you'll get sued for patent infringement.:rolleyes:

I'll double that  -_-:rolleyes:B):ph34r::huh:

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