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Grizzly G0452 6-Inch Jointer

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  • The latest addition to our family of jointers has some of the most remarkable features found anywhere
  • Starting from the ground up: built-in "kick-stand" mobile base just push the lever down push the machine where you want it and kick the lever back
  • SPECIFICATIONS: • Motor: 1 HP 120V single-phase 13A • Maximum stock width: 6-Inch
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number G0452
Item Weight273 pounds
Product Dimensions21 x 49 x 15 inches
Item model numberG0452
SizeNot applicable
ColorNot applicable
StyleGrizzly
Item Package Quantity1
Measurement Systemboth
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB0017IH0V6
Best Sellers Rank #270,192 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight273 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMay 20, 2005
  
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Product Description

The latest addition to our family of jointers has some of the most remarkable features found anywhere. Starting from the ground up: built-in "kick-stand" mobile base built-in dust chute with 4" dust collection hood quick adjusting lever on the indeed table fine control hand wheel on the out feed table positive stop at 1/8" on the indeed table large 5" x 35" cast iron fence rack and pinion fence adjustment and an easy access switch with a removable safety key. SPECIFICATIONS: • Motor: 1 HP 120V single-phase 13A • Maximum stock width: 6" • Maximum depth of cut: 1/8" • Maximum rabbeting capacity: 1/2" • Cutter head diameter: 2-1/2" • Number of knives: 3 HSS • Cutter head speed: 4800 RPM • Table size: 7-1/2" x 46" • Table height from floor: 32-1/2" • Cuts per minute: 14 400 • Fence size: 5" H x 35" L • Fence adjustment: Positive stops @ +/- 45-Degree and 90-Degree • Overall dimensions: 46-1/4" L x 28" W x 49" H • Approximate shipping weight: 268-Pound • Free pair of safety push blocks.

Customer Reviews

Jointer does a very good job and I am very happy with my decision.
K. Shuman
I do not have this exact jointer and yet there was a review in my name here that I did not write.
STOAK
That's a pretty big chunk of money if you had to go out and buy one.
R. Rater

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66 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Carlgo VINE VOICE on June 3, 2010
I bought my GO452 years ago. After my usual over-analyzing it seemed to be the best jointer for my use and budget. It is considerably less expensive than what appear to be similar machines.

I have to use mobile bases in my workspace and they ain't cheap, so it was a big bonus that one was included. It works well and doesn't add any instability. Great feature.

The controls mounted high on the extension is an important feature, easier and safer than ducking your head down try to locate switches under the bed. I suggest that you should look for this feature on any jointer you get.

Now, is a 6" jointer big enough for you? I have made tons of furniture with this machine as part of the process, dining room tables, big beds, cabinets of various sorts, desks, side tables, dressers, all sorts of stuff.

What about not being able to use 8" lumber? What I found is that I ended up with 6" boards most of the time anyway. It is easier to work with, cups less than wide boards and it is easier to find flawless narrower boards in the first place. My work is mostly maple with a clear finish, and I like the look, don't feel limited by it.

If you are going to be making 12' mahogany entrance doors out of huge old-growth planks, you had better tool up accordingly.

Of course, it doesn't matter how wide the boards are if you are just jointing the edges for a nice glue joint.

Can't you just get a good blade and carefully rip the edge on a table saw? Yes, but I find that jointers do it better and more easily. Heck, you can get perfect joints with just a long jointing hand plane. It was done perfectly for hundreds and thousands of years that way.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By R. Rater on August 2, 2008
I have had the jointer for a few days now and am very pleased with it. I just ran about 60 board feet of walnut through it today and I'm happy with the results.

Heavy duty, and just plain heavy. Listen to them when they suggest that you have a friend help you put it together.

The reason I chose this jointer over the competition is that the quality is very high for the cost. I'm sure it's not what a furniture building shop running every day would want, but for me (hobby use), it is definitely a big step up from the Delta Shopmaster benchtop jointer.

Also, if you compare this against the jointers I see as competing against it, this is the only one with a mobile base built in. That's a pretty big chunk of money if you had to go out and buy one.

The competition: Delta (floor shopmaster model; cheesy construction, too expensive, no mobile base), Jet (doesn't matter what model #, they're all too expensive), Sunhill (I don't know anything about this brand, but the cost was higher so I didn't even evaluate this one), Craftsman (21705; more expensive for probably the same quality), Ridgid (JP0610; closest competitor in my book, good reviews around the 'net, same cost since I paid for shipping on the Griz, would pay for tax on this one, but no mobile base and no fully enclosed stand). Anyways, I think the Grizzly machine stacks up well quality-wise with all of those. It definitely has handled the load I put on it today with good quality cut and a nice finish.

Update:
I have now had this jointer for a few months and hold the same opinion. I've run at least 400 bf through it, probably more. Same blades... still sharp. I've even advised a coworker of mine who has a woodworking hobby to buy the same model.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By STOAK on August 22, 2008
I do not have this exact jointer and yet there was a review in my name here that I did not write. The review disliked this jointer and said Grizzly had poor customer service. My experience was different. I do not like the z system much but the 6" jointer I have had for the last 10 years has been great (it too has the z system) and Grizzly has always given me spectacular customer service.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By D. Beck on April 14, 2009
This is the first jointer I've ever owned. It's probably a bit heavy-duty for a first-time jointer, but I'm really glad I went with it. It's about 300lbs overall so it comes via freight, but that process was really easy. Setup after I got home was pretty easy too. I've only been able to run a couple boards through, mainly for setup, but the cuts were perfect and extremely smooth. This has turned out to be a much better buy than I even expected it to be. The built-in mobile base is also an excellent feature. It makes it extremely easy to move around the shop.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By workforliberty on November 23, 2011
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BACKGROUND: I am a amateur wood-worker, at it for 5 years now. Small shop and make A LOT of FREE tables and items for family. Cut down, mill, and cure my own lumber. GRIZZLY AND AMAZON: People use to order most of their items from a catalog and not have to deal with department stores. I walk into a Se#$s and ask about a jointer and get a look like I am the devil and a waste of time (not just on one occasion, but all the time, with all 5 people they have working in that section). On the other end, I drove the Muncy PA for Grizzlies annual tent sale and camped out over night with my friend and I was hooked from then on...to wood working and Grizzly. I did not get a jointer then, but have always been impressed with what I think is the Mecca of wood working and a fun hobby/profession. Now it seems we have returned to 1910 and prefer ordering from a catalog yet again. The whole experience with Amazon and Grizzly has been awesome!!! Why on earth would you want to buy anything else for this size and price range? If you say: "I dont want to pay $75.00 for shipping!!!!" My answer to that is this: the truck driver delivered it to my house in MS from PA, THREE (3) DAYS later and it weights 235+ lbs!!!! The driver was awesome and friendly and helped me get it in the garage!!! THE JOINTER: Great, great, great!!! If you want to whine about something like having to clean all the packing grease off...FIND ANOTHER HOBBY!!! The table is perfect and it runs like a champ!!! I put it together in an hour and am happy/bragging to my friends. It is nice and square and flat...perfect with all three of my big squares. But, go ahead and buy something that is twice as much to feel better about yourself....remember...they are ALL made in SE ASIA, period!!!
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