Watch this Buzz-Saw stop in less than a millisecond

By / 10 years ago / Cool / 2 Comments

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Would you let your kids use a Cirkular saw? With this technology i would. This technology uses conductors on the blade to sense a when to stop, perhaps when a finger crosses? It cost’s roughly 60$ to replace the break and the blade, but a finger can never be replaced. Also it looks really cool in highspeed film. This clip was taken from TimeWarp on Discovery channel.

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  • Anonymous20. Jul, 2011

    Thats pretty damn cool

  • Chuck20. Jul, 2011

    That’s awesome.

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