Category: Table Saw


The True Tale: Americans buy products by the millions. All are intended for safe and effective use. But are they? Most are, but what about those that bring harm right to the consumer’s front door? Example; A motorized lawnmower that jams up and ultimately slices a hand due to a cheap

All the way back in 2003, SawStop petitioned the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) to require some type of blade-stopping technology on all table saws sold in the United States. At the time, SawStop’s product was revolutionary, and other product manufacturers were at a loss on how to compete on

The sense of pride we feel when we create something on our own is like no other. For some that creation means culinary masterpieces or exploring fine arts. For others creativity means building or renovating a home— seemingly made effortless and doable by the DIY shows and magazines that have

There are dozens of different ways a person can end up facing amputation of a limb. Some of the most common include workplace accidents, systemic infections, car accidents and product malfunctions. Whenever one of these events occurs and amputation results, it is only natural that the person who faces losing