Free Webinar to Showcase SawStop Technology

The Oct. 31 presentation will include a video and will explain how the technology prevents serious table saw injuries, including two case studies of users' experience.

One of the most intriguing safety products in recent years is the technology developed by SawStop LLC to brake a table saw blade within 5 milliseconds after the blade makes contact with human skin.

A one-hour OH&S free webinar starting at 2 p.m. EDT on Oct. 31 gives safety and woodworking professionals an opportunity to see the technology in action. Matthew Howard, marketing director for the Tualatin, Ore.-based company, will discuss the frequency of accidents and amputations, as well as wood dust and laceration hazards.

Howard will explain exactly how the technology works to prevent serious table saw injuries and will discuss two case studies of users’ experience. Registration for the webinar is free and fast. To register for it, visit this page.

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