America’s Favorite Machine Safeguard Comes to America’s Biggest Woodworking Show!
San Diego, CA – June 1, 2021
MAKESafe Tools is excited to exhibit at the AWFS Fair, July 20-23, 2021. The AWFS Fair is the premier event for bringing together industry leaders in the woodworking industry. The show offers an exciting mix of new technology for woodworking and construction. To register and for more information on the AWFS Fair, please visit: AWFSFair.org
“We are excited to bring our innovative approach to machine safety to the woodworking community. Our MAKESafe Power Tool Brake provides motor braking, emergency stop, and accidental restart prevention on your existing machinery. We’ve had great success in the metal working industry with machine tools like band saws, disc sanders, and grinders,” said Scott Swaaley, CEO MAKESafe Tools.
Early this year, MAKESafe Tools announced 50% growth for the same period last year.
Demo at Booth #3754
Stop by Booth #3754 to see a live demo of our products on different types of machines. We are showcasing our machine safety offerings that prevent injuries, comply with OSHA requirements, and increase production efficiency.
“Finally, my grinder just STOPS, and we don’t have to waste time watching it spin down or stupidly jabbing a stick at it. Now we have this on all our machines,” Jeff Kaskey, CEO at The Last Factory.
“A great product! Both units are working great, and the installation was simple,” Steve, Shop Manager at SCG Woodcrafters.
“We ordered the Power Tool Brake for a bench grinder we were integrating into an automated deburr process, and it works like a charm,” Christian, Controls Engineer at Kelley Engineering.
About MAKESafe Tools, Inc.
MAKESafe Tools (https://makesafetools.com/) develops plug-and-play machine safety devices that help businesses to prevent injuries, comply with OSHA requirements, and increase production efficiency. Their flagship product is the MAKESafe Power Tool Brake, a plug-and-play device that adds motor braking, emergency stop, and accidental restart prevention to machine tools like band saws, disc sanders, table saws, and just about any other piece of stationary production equipment.