Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Northeastern BC
They sell Sawstop saws and modules at KMS Tools. They look like nice quality machines. The thing I'd hate is if it triggered itself by mistake, say from cutting moist lumber, maybe, and it's good-bye expensive $120 Freud high quality blade, plus maybe some other damage to the machine.
I think the best thing is to always remain a bit scared around power tools, or any type of potentially dangerous machine, rather than rely on some safety device which may or may not work when needed.
With that in mind, I'd NEVER risk shoving my finger into that, no matter what. Then again, I'm not trying to sell these, either.
If Princess Auto were a real girl, I'd ask her to marry me.