SummaryMy Powermatic Table Saw motor control had a STOP switch that was hard to find and hard to hit when I wanted to turn the saw off. Current saws have a large STOP switch that's easy to find and hit with your hand or leg. So I replaced the small STOP button with a 3" square button that's now easy to find. No special printing instructions are required. Once printed, open up the hole in the "rod" portion to 7/64". To install, disconnect the saw, open up the motor starter, Unscrew the red piece inside the lid. Replace the old button with this new one, including the old spring, then screw it back in place.