A table saw accident happens once every nine minutes in North America. SawStop’s revolutionary safety system reduces what could be a potentially life-changing injury into a scratch by stopping the spinning blade on contact with skin.
- The blade carries a small electrical signal.
- When skin contacts the blade, the signal changes because the human body is conductive.
- The change to the signal activates the safety system.
SawStop Brand Promise
More than 20 years ago, a physicist and passionate woodworker had an idea to make a safer table saw. The result was innovation that changed woodworking forever – a patented safety system that stops the spinning blade on contact with skin.
With this new technology in place, we wanted to set a new standard for what a table saw should be. While others relied on 40-year-old designs, our engineers seized the opportunity to bring saw design, build, and quality into a new era. A saw that is engineered from the ground up to deliver unmatched accuracy, durability, and power. No compromises. From the heaviest, most powerful 10″ Industrial Cabinet Saw, to the portable Jobsite Saw Pro, SawStop has a table saw to fit any woodworker’s needs.
The average job loss is days for a
Sawstop vs The Competition
Sawstop Jobsite Saw Pro JSS™Sawstop Price: $1,579.00
Comparable SawSaw Price: $600 Injury Cost: Total Price:
Sawstop Contractor Saw CNS™Sawstop Price: $1,979.00
Comparable SawSaw Price: $1,300 Injury Cost: Total Price:
Sawstop Professional Cabinet Saw PCS™Sawstop Price: $2,849.00
Comparable SawSaw Price: $1,799 Injury Cost: Total Price:
Sawstop Industrial Cabinet Saw ICS™Sawstop Price: $4,715.00
Comparable SawSaw Price: $4,000 Injury Cost: Total Price:
Are you faster than a SawStop saw?
Test your reflexes with the SawStop App.
A table saw injury can be life changing. Test your reflexes with the SawStop app available for iOS and Android. Download from the app store below.
“When something goes wrong, you simply can’t move faster than a spinning blade.”
Two Accidents in One Month
Joe M. (woodworker)
Joe, now retired, worked for 30 years as a general contractor. Joe had two accidents in a one month period doing woodworking as a hobbyist. As result of the accident, he no longer has feeling in the tips of his fingers on his left hand, and his right hand appears deformed.
SawStop in Action
SawStop Users Are Glad To Have Safety In Their Shop
Jim M. (hobbyist)
I had no marks. I had no blood. Thank you SawStop!
Anonymous Worker (woodworker)
Thank you SawStop for saving my finger! The blade stopped immediately.
Mick D. (home-builder)
Far more luxury than many would expect from a contractor’s saw.
Avoid accidents to you and your family. Probably the best purchase I have ever made.
Doug J. (cabinet-maker)
We had our first “save” yesterday. It can happen to anyone.
Chris A. (home-builder)
Some stacked material fell over and pushed my hand into the blade.