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Everything You Want to Know About SawStop – Live Demo on October 10

by Mark Stephens | October 6th, 2015

The brake in a SawStop table saw stops the blade dead in a matter of miliseconds and proposes to save your fingers and hand from serious injury.

SawStop Table Saw Demonstration

When: Saturday October 10, 9:00 am

Where: All Woodworkers Source Stores


In case you haven’t heard, we’re Arizona’s source for SawStop woodworking table saws. These are the saws that feature the safety technology that stops a table saw blade cold if skin touches the blade while it’s spinning . . . and does so 10x faster than a car air bag deploys. Which means it can prevent some serious accidents. Really impressive.

However, the saw is much more than just a safety feature.  SawStop currently produces 4 types of table saws:

  1. Industrial version with motors ranging from 3 hp to 7.5 hp,
  2. Professional version with either a 3 hp or 1.75 hp motor (with single-phase) that works great for home shops
  3. Contractor saw, and
  4. Jobsite portable saw

Plus SawStop makes its own dust collection attachment that captures 99% of the dust, which is just remarkable. And there are several other details built into these table saws that make them highly accurate, easy to use, a joy to own, and worth every penny.

That’s why we’re providing a short and free demonstration on Saturday October 10, at 9:00 am to introduce you to the saw, let you touch and feel and understand what makes this table saw a great table saw.

So this week on October 10, 9:00 am, we’ll be hosting a presentation on this saw after we close, at all 3 stores. Starting at 9:00 am it’ll be casual 15-to-30 minute discussion about what makes the saw so nice (beyond the safety feature, but that too). Come as you are, when you can, no registration or anything.

Videos and details about the saws:

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