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    HTC 10A-M50P Brett-Guard Table Saw Guard

    Does anyone have or use the HTC 10A-M50P Brett-Guard Table Saw Guard? I was looking for saw guards that would bolt on to the saw/table and not have to be fixed to the floor and found this one on Amazon.

    http://www.amazon.com/HTC-10A-M50P-Brett...526&sr=8-11

    Just wondering what you guys thought of them or if you had any other suggestions for a guard similar to it. Thanks.
    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
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    Try this: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0001LQW7S

    Tony
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    This one works....................

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...pf_rd_i=507846
    Michael

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    I used them for years 30 years or so or more. When I began teaching they were already installed. Each of the TS had one. Every scholl I have ever taught had one per saw. Only flaw is that you have to adjust it each time you make a set-up. (just consider it part of the setup process) There should be two mounts on your saw, To the side for rip cuts and behind the blade for cross cuts. (like I said you have to include it in your setup procedure.

    Actually the adjustments is simple fast and easy so not a big negative.

    It ain't cheap but it is easy to find parts should you "distroy" something.

    But they Work really well and do protect your personal self if you set it up correctly.
    Not a saw stop but a finger stop... if it is in place correctly, you can't reach the blade.

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