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Stephen F. Gass

President

SawStop LLC

HQ Phone:  (503) 570-3200

Direct Phone: (503) ***-****direct phone

Email: s***@***.com

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SawStop LLC

11555 SW Myslony Street

Tualatin, Oregon, 97062

United States

Company Description

SawStop is the world leader in table saw safety. Each SawStop saw stops and retracts the blade on contact with skin. The company's saws are designed to minimize saw-related injuries and the costs associated with them. ...more

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Lawsuit - mytooltalk

"SawStop has invested millions of dollars developing inventions to protect woodworkers from serious injury," said Dr. Stephen Gass, SawStop's President, "and those inventions have been awarded patents.


Judge Finds Bosch Reaxx Saw Infringes SawStop Patent - coptool.com

Dr. Stephen Gass, SawStop's President, notes that "the technology in SawStop saws wouldn't have made it to market except for the protection offered by the United States patent system.
That is how it is done Mr. Gass. Anyone who is smart enough or lucky enough to come up with a great invention should protect it, whether it is Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerburg or Mr. Gass.


Woodworking Machinery - Aspiring Woodworker

In a petition to the Consumer Products Safety Commission, Gass is suggesting that they require the Sawstop emergency brake on all table saws sold in the US.
This in a sense would create a monopoly for his company as his wide ranging patent would not allow others to make such a device. Colbert's window on the issue was his recurring "People Destroying America" segment, and his target this time was "finger hugger" Stephen Gass, inventor of SawStop.


workshop safety - Aspiring Woodworker

...The industry, led by the Power Tool Institute, a trade group in Cleveland, criticized the bill for attempting to create a monopoly for Gass' company.
In a petition to the Consumer Products Safety Commission, Gass is suggesting that they require the Sawstop emergency brake on all table saws sold in the US. This in a sense would create a monopoly for his company as his wide ranging patent would not allow others to make such a device. Colbert's window on the issue was his recurring "People Destroying America" segment, and his target this time was "finger hugger" Stephen Gass, inventor of SawStop.


Table Saw Safety Parody On Comedy Central - Aspiring Woodworker

In a petition to the Consumer Products Safety Commission, Gass is suggesting that they require the Sawstop emergency brake on all table saws sold in the US.
This in a sense would create a monopoly for his company as his wide ranging patent would not allow others to make such a device. Colbert's window on the issue was his recurring "People Destroying America" segment, and his target this time was "finger hugger" Stephen Gass, inventor of SawStop. 2) Weigh that cost - say over five years - and offer that amount of taxpayer money to Steve Gass and Sawstop as a licensing fee in perpetuity. The government would save loads more money than it spent, of course, since they won't have to provide for all those amputees of the future. 3)Offer that licensing technology for free to all table saw manufacturers. Competition for non-amputating table saws will drive the price down and more people will buy them. If Gass agrees to this plan, he would no doubt become quite wealthy while leaving a legacy of tremendous value to his fellow human beings.


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