A head-to-head comparison of the only two flesh-sensing jobsite table saws on the market
For many portable table saws, “compact” can indicate too much loss of function. Not so with the DeWalt.
Michael Losey, lead carpenter for remodeling company Bright Ideas by Martinec, weights in on the pros (and maybe one con) of the Festool track saw
Appeals court upholds ruling against table saw manufacturer in accident case
DeWalt's latest offering comes in strong with cordless convenience and excellent build quality
Here are some tips on what to do immediately after a table saw injury, just in case.
Court battles for table-saw related issues, such as flesh-sensor patents and lawsuits by injured table saw users, have been subject of legal controversy.
Fingers reattached at a good facility are 80 to 90 percent successful, but that doesn’t include all of the people who are not candidates for the surgery.
What is flesh-sensing technology, how does it work, and will it become the new standard for power tools?
Well-known construction author and trainer Gary M. Katz reviews SawStop’s Portable Jobsite Saw
Three lightweight models make up the new family of worm drive saws.
The Skil MAG77LT weighs in at 13.2 pounds, making it 4 pounds lighter than their standard worm drive saw (SHD77), while maintaining the same power and durability.
Diablo’s Ultimate Flawless Finish 10- and 12-inch saw blades deliver precise, splinter-free cuts on fine molding with no rework required.