More likely he will "accidently" touch it with a piece of metal or
wet wood. A couple of those a week and the entire shop program will
again learn the use of a hand saw as the shop budgets won't buy many
cartidges and blades.
J. Clarke, wrote the following at or about 6/13/2007 1:54 PM:
Just need a bit of rewiring with a randomized timer AND a large sign
"USE EXTREME CAUTION! This SawStop saw is equipped with an intermittent
safety device which has the safety feature fully enabled 90% of the
time. Do you feel lucky?"
Won't stop him. You don't have to touch the teeth to trigger the
cartridge. Touch anywhere on the blade and it goes. And if he touches
it and it _doesn't_ go then it's lawyer city. Understand, the objective
is not to see if the stop works, it's to disrupt the class.
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