Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A small saw fitted to a table, and worked by treadle mechanism. It may be either of the scroll-saw type, or a circular saw, more commonly the former.

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Examples

  • Other injuries occur in woodworking classes and on the job, making table-saw regulation a shared responsibility of the CPSC and the Labor Department.

    CPSC Head to Weigh New Table-Saw Rules

  • 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.

    Ryobi recalls 21,500 table saws for laceration hazard

  • A drill-press, a table-saw, a bench-grinder and a nice vise, a skill-saw and some other miscellany.

    3.24.2008 « Photo-a-Day

  • A drill-press, a table-saw, a bench-grinder and a nice vise, a skill-saw and some other miscellany.

    2009 March « Photo-a-Day

  • Lumber was stacked in the clearing, and a table-saw was set up.

    The Cat Who Went Underground

  • (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.)

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • 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.

    Table saws: Don't do yourself in when you DIY

  • 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.

    Table saws: Don't do yourself in when you DIY

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