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That is a bit disappointing Tom but Ilm sure between CPO and Bosch they'll get it worked out. Like Desert Rat Tom I also like the glue line Freud blade. There are 2 of them, one is for only about 1" thick cuts and the other is for 3" cuts. It does take a bit of power to bury that full kerf blade 3" deep in a dense wood. In those cases for an underpowered saw I recommend the D24 Freud thin kerf rip blade. It also does a fine job and can be had for $38 I've seen. I also often just leave it on for cross cuts unless it is something that needs a finish cut.

I also agree that it is the user that makes a saw dangerous but considering that you are forced to operate it sitting down the safety feature is a smart back up plan.
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