Discussed right here less than a month ago. Turns out that it is
real expensive to replace the brake and blade every time it stops--
even when the unit stops for no apparent reason.
I use my guard and/or caution and have managed to keep all my fingers.
Construction-wet lumber can; there's an override switch to defeat it for
the purpose. Of course, then there's no difference between it and
another saw w/o the brake.
Haven't seen the others specifically addressed, one would presume there
would be ways if can get enough apparent capacitance while the blade is
Agreed- a solution in search of a problem. Use the tool correctly and
carefully, don't work when you are tired/drunk/mad, don't let kids
operate it until they have had plenty of instruction and show the proper
maturity, etc etc. If you have stupid employees, get smarter ones.
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