Bosch says that its REAXX Saw, which comes with flesh-sensing technology that stops the blade in the case of accidental contact, will go on sale June 1, 2016, despite a pending patent infringement lawsuit from rival SawStop. When the brake is triggered in the SawStop, which was first to introduce this technology, a brake cartridge and possibly the entire blade must be replaced. Bosch, however, has adopted a different approach so that when a replaceable cartridge causes the blade to drop below the surface of the table, the blade is not damaged. The REAXX saw resembles the Bosch 4100 jobsite saw and is powered by a 15-amp motor rated for 120 volts. The saw will cost $1,500. Read More