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New York, NY, Oct. 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Facts and Factors have published a new research report titled “Table Saws Market By Product Type (Bench, Contractor, Cabinet, Sliding, Others); By Application (Industrial, Household); and Sales Channel (Direct Channel, Sales Channel): Global Industry Outlook, Market Size, Business Intelligence, Consumer Preferences, Statistical Surveys, Comprehensive Analysis, Historical Developments, Current Trends, and Forecasts, 2020–2026”. According to the research study, the global table saws market was approximately USD 640.7 Million in 2019 and is anticipated to reach around USD 823.5 Million by 2026, at a CAGR of 1.5% during the forecast period. A table saw, additionally recognized as a saw bench, is a woodworking tool. It consists of round blades used to cut wooden pieces as nicely as objects made of different materials. Table saws are chiefly used to reduce giant panels and sheets such as plywood and medium-density fiberboard. Various kinds of table saws are reachable in the market based totally on its application. Benchtop table saws are light-weight and are ideally positioned over the desk for the procedure whilst cupboard saws are heavy and use a considerable quantity of forged iron and metal to minimize vibration and improve accuracy. Browse through 59
BRATISLAVA, SLOVAKIA (BLOOMBERG) - The European nation that protected its population better than any other from Covid-19 at the start of the global pandemic is now trying to do one better - by testing its entire population for the virus. Slovakia, a country of 5.5 million people on the European Union's eastern border, is preparing to launch a two-stage process using cheap antibody tests to help stop the resurgence in new cases that's sweeping across the continent. Others have shown success in mass testing, with China canvassing cities with populations far exceeding Slovakia's and Taiwan not registering a domestic case in more than 200 days. But none has yet tried to test all of its citizens. Encouraged by turnout of more than 90 per cent at a pilot round last weekend, Prime Minister Igor Matovic has vowed to make Slovakia the world's first country to know the full scope of contagion in its borders. He has pushed the idea as an alternative to reimposing measures far harsher than in the spring, when lockdowns wiped out more than 10 per cent of most European economies. "We will save hundreds of lives," he said this week.