Does anyone have positive thoughts on the Sawstop line of tools?
Generally they're rated as a decent tool, they're just a tad pricey, considering the cost and inconvenience of having a hand reattached, however, the cost is nominal.
IMHO, with due care and attention the risks of using a regular tool against a sawstop equipped tool is minimal. The key words, of course, are due care and attention. It only takes a moment's lapse in attention to have catastrophic results.
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