table saw

IPA: tˈeɪbʌɫsɔ

noun

  • A circular saw mounted beneath the surface of a table, the rotating blade protruding up through a slot.

Examples of "table-saw" in Sentences

  • Lumber was stacked in the clearing, and a table-saw was set up.
  • A drill-press, a table-saw, a bench-grinder and a nice vise, a skill-saw and some other miscellany.
  • Other injuries occur in woodworking classes and on the job, making table-saw regulation a shared responsibility of the CPSC and the Labor Department.
  • Made in China, the 10-inch, portable table-saw has a blue base and warning label with the model RTS20 and the Ryobi name printed on it and attached to the back of the saw.
  • An average of 31,500 table-saw injuries are treated in emergency rooms each year says a report from the Center for Injury Research and Policy of The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
  • (Not that it isn't something I'd like on my own saw, but as someone pointed out in the [previously] thread, lots of table-saw injuries are due to kickback, not to having an actual bodypart go through the blade.)

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