UL RP 3002:2017-07 Recommended Practice for Determining the Depth of Cut On a Test Probe Contacting the Spinning Blade of a Table Saw.
1.1 This Recommended Practice provides a test procedure for determining the depth of cut on a test probe after the test probe comes into contact with the spinning blade of a table saw.
2 Referenced Documents
us csc
Notice of Proposed Rulemaking — Safety Standard Addressing Blade-Contact Injuries on Table Saws1
‘US Federal Register / Vol. 82, No. 91 / Friday. May 12. 2017. pages 22190-22247.
Staff Briefing Package for Proposed Performance Requirements to Address Blade-contact Injuries on Table Saws2
21JS CPSC Staff Briefing Package for Proposed Performance Requirements to Address Blade-contact Injuries on Table Saws. Tab
A. Section II. E. 1 . a. https:’www. cpsc. gov/s3fs-public/Proposed°o2ORule 0o20 °o2OSafety°o2OStandard°o2Ofor°o2OBlade-
Contact °2Olnjuries °20on 04,20 Table °20Saws oo2o.. °2OJanuary°2O 1 7°2O20 1 7.pdf
ASTM D 618
Standard Practice for Conditioning Plastics for Testing
3 Significance And Use
3.1 Table saws with an integral injury mitigation system that responds to a change in capacitance due to spinning blade contact are addressed by the test procedure described herein. Mitigation means not responsive to capacitive contact, non-contact mitigation means and non-spinning blade contact are not addressed.
3.2 The test procedure specifies the mechanical and electrical criteria necessary for repeatable and reliable means of blade contact and depth of cut measurement.
4 Table Saw Sample Preparation
4.1 A table saw test sample is assembled per the manufacturer’s instructions with the exception of the blade guard system. The blade guard system is removed for all tests.
4.2 The manufacturer’s recommended saw blade(s) are used for all tests.
4.3 One table saw is used for all tests. However, a table saw test sample or part thereof may be replaced
with a new sample or part if the original becomes unusable.
5 Laboratory Test Apparatus
5.1 The laboratory test apparatus consists of the following:
a) Linear actuator3 with a minimum travel distance of 500 mm and a travel speed up to 2 m/sec;
b) Human body network (HBN) consisting of a circuit of resistor and capacitor values and configuration as shown in Figure 5.1. Note that Cs capacitance values vary as specified in 7.4.UL RP 3002 pdf download.