December 7, 2004 A technology designed to stop a table saw blade almost instantly after it hits human flesh is finding little attention among power toolmakers. SawStop's inventor says it will prevent serious injuries, but manufacturers say the technology isn't proven and cite potential liability issues. NPR's Chris Arnold reports.
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