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Well here is the first demo have seen. Wish hadn't ordered Harry's battery car now, have to save up to get this one, only $1500.


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Now that I could get behind!
Nicely done vid as well...no hemming and hawing, just a ton of info in a tight edit.
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Well here is the first demo have seen. Wish hadn't ordered Harry's battery car now, have to save up to get this one, only $1500.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MaaxL8nGzI&app=desktop

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I kept waiting for them to hit the market. I finally settled on a 4100.

Now, if they were to market a cabinet saw with this system, it'll be a "no brainer". I would buy this system before I would consider a Saw Stop. Not that the SS is bad, but the system is too destructive and expensive.
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Good video. That should save a lot of injuries. Price not real bad for the features.
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I didn't see anything about that saw that is not to like, including the fact that Bosch isn't trying to shove it down our throats, at least not yet. It makes the Sawstop technology look like it was designed by Neandertals.
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Herb that is neat. I like the fact you don't crash the blade if you get your finger to close. I think Saw Stop better go back to the drawing board.
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OHhhhhhhhh my says I

Marketed for a year, wait and see if any real issues arise, get a feel for viability and interest...

Find a hybrid/cabinet saw mfg. with deep pockets and KA-CHING, KA-CHING

If the technology holds up, Bosch will be calling the shots...

Next well be seeng 20 bosch tablesaws cluttering up the driveway...
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Marketed for a year, wait and see if any real issues arise, get a feel for viability and interest...

Find a hybrid/cabinet saw mfg. with deep pockets and KA-CHING, KA-CHING

If the technology holds up, Bosch will be calling the shots...

Next well be seeng 20 bosch tablesaws cluttering up the driveway...
Saw Stop tried to squash this system. Bosch developed it about the same time as SS. SS lobbied to try and require their system on all table saws sold in the US, all while tying Bosch up in the courts with patent infringement issues.

Saw Stop was unsuccessful on getting legislation passed to require (THEIR) system. In addition, they quietly backed off of Bosch on the patent issue. This allowed Bosch to finally get this system to market.

If you do a cost comparison between the two, then the Bosch cartridge is ~1/2 the cost of the SS. It consists of two cylinders with each capable of a use (two shots per pack) and doesn't destroy the saw blade. The SS is a one shot deal plus the cost of the saw blade.

Both provide the same end result when activated.

Which would you rather have?

Here are two links to some further background.

http://www.protoolreviews.com/news/b...-lawsuit/3806/

http://toolguyd.com/sawstop-bosch-re...e-saw-lawsuit/

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I didn't see anything about that saw that is not to like, including the fact that Bosch isn't trying to shove it down our throats, at least not yet. It makes the Sawstop technology look like it was designed by Neandertals.
I like the no stuffing approach too...
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