I am just wondering if anyone in this group uses a Sawstop table saw. I am approaching retirement and would like to do some more woodworking then. Knowing that my former shop teacher, my brother and my Dad all had serious accidents with power saws I have been giving serious consideration to a Sawstop.
Now neither my brother nor my Dad were using a table saw but my brother was using a RAS while my Dads injury was caused by a circular saw blade guard failure. I am not sure what my former shop teacher was using. So I am always worried most every time I use my Delta contractor table saw or my Shop Smith. So for piece of mind I have considering this high priced safety unit for piece of mind. I realize my router, jointer and all most every tool I have can nail me but the saws seem to have a special effect and there is something available to relieve that somewhat.
I also wonder if it would tend to make one to comfortable and more prone to mistakes..
Any thoughts on this.