Yes Festool bought Sawstop for rumoured $100 milinspector":2t9v6yiw said:Seams to be the exact blade brake as on the SawStop machines over here including the locking pin that holds it in the saw and works the same way
it's Festool, prices are only going to go one waysammy.se":18npcdac said:Brilliant tech. I hope the price comes down over the years, so that everyone can benefit from the safety.
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Sadly, true.tony_s":1jkduflu said:
The CMS has a sliding table attachment which can take a mitre gauge and I'd imagine this will have similar. Festool do like the modular approach. And to sell accessories for a pretty penny too.Inspector":tibsp74l said:...The saw itself in my opinion needs mitre slots unless there is some other way that Festool has it setup for crosscutting...
While his colleagues have a beer in the background, think he's had a couple?Nick Laguna UK":2vabzf2i said:
In the States they'll replace the cartridge free if in their opinion it really was a finger that caused it to trigger. Not sure how they can tell the difference between a finger and a hotdog after the event.Trevanion":1tcjvyyl said:Do you reckon the main deterrent for putting your finger in the blade when you’ve got a sawstop is the fact you’ll have to spend a small fortune on a new cartridge and blade? :lol: