Re: Stopping the saw...by hand
That is the number ONE cause of shop accidents! The cure is quite simple DO NOT work in the shop when you're tired. Don't make that last cut, it will invariably be a body part you'd rather keep. I've seen more than one woodworker with missing fingers or mangled hands because of being tired and pushing on.
Originally Posted by LI_BugGuy
The SawStop while being a valid addition to any tool, is not the cure for negligence in the shop. There's still going to be body damage to whatever gets into the blade, just less likely to remove body parts and pieces. The best defense against injury is to not have any distraction in the shop while working, and to stop immediately when your focus isn't there or your tired.
I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!