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SawStop Patent Victory 

The ITC rules on Bosch Reaxx vs. SawStop


By By Pro Remodeler staff March 14, 2017
This article first appeared in the March 2017 issue of Pro Remodeler.

On Jan. 27, the International Trade Commission (ITC) ordered U.S. Customs to exclude Bosch Reaxx table saws and their cartridges from entering the U.S. The ruling came after an ITC investigation into whether Bosch’s sale of its flesh-sensing table saw, the Reaxx, violates an existing patent held by SawStop. The patent-infringement suit by SawStop against Bosch began in July 2015, claiming that when Bosch introduced the Reaxx, it violated SawStop’s patent on the flesh-sensing technology

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