I hope im not opening a can of worms by posting this but here goes. I was always under the impression that dados where not to be used in this country but the other day i was watching the great british woodshop ( it was the episode where he built the sun lounger) and was surprised to see that David Free who is the presenter was using a stacked dado cutter on his table saw and on the programme he said that he had checked with all the relevant goverment organisations about dados and the reply he got was that it is ok to use dados aslong as the saw can accept one and that one is used safely. I was always under the impression that dados in this country are illegal for various reasons so what i would like to know is everyone aware of this or are people still under the impression that they shouldn't be used. I myself can't see a problem with it aslong as the safety aspects are followed closely and also why are some people strictly against them and others not. I know that this topic has been done to death but like i say i was surprised to see one been used on a british woodworking show.