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Grizzly H7583 Tenoning Jig

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  • This fully adjustable Tanning Jig fits left and right tilting table saws with 3/8-Inch x 3/4-Inch
  • It has an adjustable guide bar for removing any loose play for precise results and two large grip handles for smooth control
  • The bevel angle is adjustable from 90-Degree to 75-Degree and the backstop is adjustable from 90-Degree to 45-Degree
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Grizzly H7583 Tenoning Jig + Woodstock D2845 1/4-to-1/2-Inch Mortising Chisel Set, 4-Piece
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Technical Details
Part Number H7583
Item Weight20.6 pounds
Product Dimensions12.5 x 13.2 x 9 inches
Item model numberH7583
SizeNot applicable
ColorNot applicable
StyleGrizzly
Item Package Quantity1
Measurement Systemboth
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB000AJ7V1M
Best Sellers Rank #9,332 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight20.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 6, 2010
  
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Product Description

This fully adjustable Tanning Jig fits left and right tilting table saws with 3/8" x 3/4" miter gauge slots while handling stock up to 31/4" thick. It has an adjustable guide bar for removing any loose play for precise results and two large grip handles for smooth control. The bevel angle is adjustable from 90-Degree to 75-Degree and the backstop is adjustable from 90-Degree to 45-Degree. The multi-position control levers and extra large clamping hand wheel also ensure accurate and repeatable results. Additional assembly required for left tilting saws.

Customer Reviews

Set up is very easy and quick.
Tony D. Baker
Note: the manual suggests you DO NOT use brake cleaner to clean off the grease as it may attack the paint.
Nom de Plume
Ordered on Tuesday-received on Friday!!!
happy camper

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

59 of 59 people found the following review helpful By KurtzCraft on March 7, 2013
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Before buying this Tenoning Jig, I decided to read every review and comparison that I could to help make my decision. I've always done this by hand, but for some reason felt compelled to make the switch to a jig. Because of what I read, I simply want to write what was on my mind after receiving this tool.

I read in many reviews that all the Tenoning Jigs on the market were made to such loose tolerances that you simply had no hope to buy a functioning jig. You could expect to buy a jig that was uneven on the bottom (causing the jig to rock), out of square, covered with grease, needing repairs, etc. I did notice that the Grizzly Jig had by far the most reviews, with by far the most positive ratings - and yet was the least expensive. I finally decided that if I was going to need to "adjust" my jig, then I might as well go with the one most people seemed to comment on, and the one with the most reasonable pricing.

I ordered and received an excellent tenoning jig. I am a seasoned woodworker, have been buying and using woodworking tools both professionally and as a hobby since the 70's. Some I bought back then I still use today. Every tool I have purchased has required some initial set-up, some initial discovery, some tinkering to understand how it should work. Many reviewers seem to think that you should be able to take an item from a box - and then put it to use. I have never found that to be true, even with equipment that costs tens of thousands of dollars. So, when I received this jig, I took it completely apart, cleaned it (the protective grease isn't bad at all to get off), inspected it, sanded and filed it where I thought it could use some improvement, then put it back together.
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73 of 75 people found the following review helpful By funbear VINE VOICE on July 22, 2006
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Grizzly ceases to amaze the ww world. This Tenoning jig is of very high quality. Although its not advertised, the fine tension knob is capable of .001" fine adjustments, although it requires a bit of finger precision.

Only one minor complaint which is why I did not give 5 stars..... The jig moves on its own sliding platform. While adjusting the distance to / fro the blade, the top platform (which holds the wood) can wiggle from square to unsquare, as the top platform does not slide on any type of alignment system. This would be a nice addition to the jig. Of course, this can be compensated by re squaring, but a bit cumbersome. Although I don't recall seeing this on any tenoning jig. So overall, the jigs price performance is superb... and surface area is dead flat, Kudos to Grizzly.

I wonder why the very similar (same?) Shop Fox version of this same jig is 2x the price? Grizz and Shop Fox are now under same ownership....
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56 of 59 people found the following review helpful By happy camper on June 24, 2006
Ordered on Tuesday-received on Friday!!! Opened the box and laid out all the parts, nothing missing or damaged-Grizzly even supplied the hex wrenches. Main body of tool was well protected and lubricated. Instructions were good and the tips and hints were helpful. HERE'S A SECRET - Save yourself 50%- this the exact same (except color and logo) as the D**** tool at half the cost. On top of that, I'd rather show off the GRIZZLY brand than that hobby shop name. Performs like a dream, tight and accurate.
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45 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Gregory C. Decker on February 15, 2009
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I believe most of the tenon jigs presently in the US all share this same problem as they seem to come from the same foundry in China. The problem is that the bases are not milled flat and the jigs rock on the saw table, something one does not want with a tenon jig. I've ordered 2 Grizzly jigs, one Shop Fox jig and purchased locally a Delta tenon jig. ALL rock on the saw and are warped in the same plane. The Delta jig (4th one) I purchased from a local Western Tool Distributor and when I explained that the 3 previous (Amazon) jigs were warped, we took it out of the box and put in on a brand new Delta saw. He was scratching his head when it rocked also. We measured a front to back warp of .005" and corner to corner .012" warp. All of these jigs are exactly the same right out of the box except for the paint and name...right down to the broken styrofoam corner over the jig backstop in each box. Until this present stock of jigs get thrown in the recycle pile one will be hard pressed to get a well machined jig. As for me, I returned both Grizzly Jigs and the Delta (it was+$40 more with tax than the SF Jig). I needed one for a project and ended up gluing plastic shim stock to the base of the Shop Fox jig so it would not rock.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By YSU65 on February 27, 2007
I picked up the jig at Muncy and had to clean it up from the protective grease. In the summer I would normally do this with brake cleaner but since it was zero outside, I had to use conventional MS inside.

I had to convert the jig to left tilt, not a problem but the face would not line up to the blade. I had to open up one of the alignment holes but then it worked out fine. The alignment instructions are incorrect and need editing.

BLADE CLEARENCE ADJUSTMENT

. . . .

6. Observe the contact of the saw blade . . . as shown in Figure 11.

. . . .

If the work support plate is not parallel with the blade, go to step 6.

Ugh, I am on step 6.

There are also two item 10's.

But it is working fine right now.
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