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Some time ago a member wanted to know where to obtain one of these emergency STOP switches suitable for a router table etc.
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I have always used a wall rocker switch in a switch box with a wooden paddle. But this is cheaper, heavier duty, and a heck of a lot easier. Thanks!

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This is the one I purchased recently: https://www.amazon.com/POWERTEC-7105...addle+switches > Since I like to work from both sides of my table I'm going to install it on top of my fence on top of the box in it where my DC goes.
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This is the one I purchased recently: https://www.amazon.com/POWERTEC-7105...addle+switches > Since I like to work from both sides of my table I'm going to install it on top of my fence on top of the box in it where my DC goes.
I have that one on my old Delra bandsaw ....
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This is the one I purchased recently: https://www.amazon.com/POWERTEC-7105...addle+switches > Since I like to work from both sides of my table I'm going to install it on top of my fence on top of the box in it where my DC goes.
Good idea, Chuck. The quicker you can shut it off, the better.

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