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Get your students and your program out of harm’s way with SawStop.

The Impact of an Accident

This isn’t “sales speak.” This is real. Simply put, there are table saws in your school shop. Those saws, even with the best training and supervision, are dangerous. And when that accident happens, the student is traumatized and forever changed. The instructors will never forgive themselves. And the liability risk for the school is likely in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Don’t wait for the accident.

It’s So Easy

So many capital expenditure approvals and installations in school districts take years of planning and installation. Not so with SawStop. The benefits of the saws are so apparent, SawStop is often the reason districts decide to keep vocational education programs! What’s more, installation of multiple saws can happen in half a day. And did you know you can install a SawStop industrial solution for less than $5,000? Take action today. Call our toll free number, and we’ll help you with your pitch to the school board.

Advanced Dust Collection and Blade Guarding minimize blade exposure AND help extract 99% of collected dust.

Large red start/stop paddle is easily accessible for shutoff with the user’s knee for added safety.

Skin Detection: If the operator touches the blade, 5 milliseconds later the blade is stopped and dropped.

Lockout/Tagout makes it easy to ensure that power is off to the saw.

This is the heaviest weight 10” cabinet saw available. Overbuilt with hundreds of pounds of steel and cast iron, it’s made to last for years and years.

Features Educators Love on the Industrial Cabinet Saw

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Educators: Case Study 1

150+ students a year are taught the basics of cabinet making and carpentry. SawStop keeps these young apprentices interested.

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