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Visual Safety
The Laserkerf as well as all other lasers that are legally on the market are submitted to the FDA for certification. The Laserkerf emits a beam of less than 5mw. No laser beam should be pointed into the eye no matter what the power level.

Operational safety
Consider this one aspect of of using the Laserkerf verses the blade mounted lasers. To activate the laser on a blade mounted laser the blade must be spinning. It is natural because of the position of the handle, and wanting to see the solid beam across the wood, to pull the blade down. This causes the guard to open. As discussed in the cutting angles section the wood must be aligned after the blade is spinning. So now the blade is spinning, the guard is open and your hand is moving the wood to align it for the cut. You decide how safe this practice is.

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