6A: In April 2017, about 400 Black & Decker 10″ portable table saws were recalled because the metal fold-up stand can collapse unexpectedly and cause injuries.
6B:The 400 Black & Decker portable table saw was recalled because it caused injuries due to the fold-up feature.
6C: This is a factual claim because it gives evidence.
6D: The 400 Black & Decker definitely should have been recalled as it was for those reasons.
8A: But this saw was equipped with a safety device called SawStop that allowed the blade to distinguish between wood and flesh, and to stop fast enough to prevent serious harm. Sure enough, the blade came to a dead stop in about three one-thousandths of a second, leaving the dog with only a minor nick
8B: Using a hot dog they demonstrated that the safety device will stop if it senses a finger or something like a finger.
8C: This is a factual claim because they tested the safety device to see if it worked and it did.
8D: The safety device called SawStop worked like Steve Glass made it to work.
8A: Each year, more than 67,000 workers and do-it-yourselfers are injured by table saws, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (PDF), resulting in more than 33,000 emergency room visits and 4,000 amputations.
8B: More than 67,000 workers and do-it-yourself are injured by the table saw.
8C: This is a factual claim because it gives evidence.
8D: The table saw is very dangerous especially if you arent aware of you hand or fingers.
4A: 10 amputations a day and thousands more injuries every year, is an unacceptable toll when a ready fix is affordable, available, and waiting.
4B: The Comsumer Product Safety Commission had to approve of the SawStop and it was taking long to do so.
4C: This is an opinion. The women who wrote this believes that the SawStop is an affordable and available piece of equipment.
4D: I agree with her. I think this is an affordable and available piece of safety equipment.
3A: At one time SawStop approached table saw manufacturers offering to license its patent portfolio technology, demanding an 8% royalty on the retail value of all table saws with the technology in addition to other terms that were onerous and not related to table saw safety.
3B: The SawStop company went to manufactures to try and have them make and sell the safety equipment.
3C: This is a factual claim because it gives evidence that the SawStop company did this.
3D: The SawStop company demanded an 8% rolalty on the retail value of all table saws with this new technology.