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|Product Dimensions||51 x 23 x 14 inches|
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|Item model number||G0457|
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Grizzly G0457 Deluxe Bandsaw, 14-Inch
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- * Blade size: 106in long * Blade width: 1/8in - 3/4in * Blade speed: 3 000 FPM Approximate shipping weight: 214-Pound carton -1 Carton -2: 70-Pound
- Approximate shipping weight: 214-Pound carton -1 Carton -2: 70-Pound
- Includes blade * Table tilt: 8deg. L 45deg * Cutting capacity/throat: 13 1/2in
- Motor: 2 HP 110V/220V single-phase TEFC capacitor start induction pre-wired 220V. Amps: 20/10 RPM: 1725
- Table size: 19 3/4-Inch x 14 3/16-Inch x 1 1/2-Inch thick * Overall size: 73in x 29 3/4in x 29 1/2in * Floor to table height: 42 1/4in
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We have included so many features with our 14in Industrial Re-saw Band saw you will want to read the list twice. First we have added a patent pending fence designed especially for re-sawing. It has a cast iron body a 6in extruded aluminum face with a quick release handle so it can be repositioned for the most convenient placement. Supporting that is a rigid cast iron back bone. A quick release handle up front allows you to lift the fence out of the way for other operations. Other features include a height scale on the upper blade guard a blade tension gauge calibrated for various blade widths and a cabinet stand with 2 shelves. Our G0457 also features a heavy-duty welded steel frame that is reinforced for precise blade tensioning with virtually no flex ball bearing guides quick release blade tensioning hinged wheel covers precision ground cast iron table and powder coated finish. A 2 HP motor tops off this saw making sure you always have the power you need. * 4in dust port * 6in resay fence * Magnifying cursor over fence scale * Miter gauge * Powder coated paint * Quick release blade tension * Ball bearing blade guides * Precision ground cast iron table * Welded steel and reinforced frame * Deluxe heavy-duty stand * Computer balanced cast iron wheels * Pre-formed hinged steel wheel covers * Includes blade * Table tilt: 8deg. L 45deg R.
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Don't forget to get a plug as the saw does not come with one. Also, don't bother with the stock
blade, this thing is terrible. It is amazing how great the saw cuts with a good blade in it.
I have a 3/4 4tpi blade right now and it slices through cherry and walnut easily. I had it tracking straight and re-sawing even cuts with just a minimum of tuning.
The only complaint about the saw is the amount of effort required to change blades.
To really adjust the lower bearings, the table is in the way. Due to this I could not give it a 5 star as I am somewhat reluctant to change blades to the task.
But the power, fit and finish and features for the price make this an amazing saw.
Blade Length In Inches: 106
Fraction Or Decimal:
Teeth Per Inch: 3 TPI (AS .032)
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If you are a woodturner and are cutting blanks from green wood the blade above is the one to get. I just installed and tuned it according to their instructions and cut a perfect blank from a piece of 10 inch thick hard maple. Stayed right on the line and popped out the blank and left the outer waste in on piece. Follow the tuning instructions and don't over tighten and it's a hot knife through butter. I will be ordering more blades for other uses.
Oh, the saw quality is Awesome.
On to the review of the bandsaw. Arriving freight in 2 boxes, the closed stand in one and the completely assembled saw in the other, the only assembly needed is the table, motor, and saw to base.
Base. The base has a shelf inside for storage. The handle is a quick release push button. Leveling feet are included for the base.
Saw. This is a heavy piece. I carried the saw into my basement by myself and I wish now I would have had help. I managed to get it into place with no injury, but again, this saw is very heavy, over 200 pounds. One thing you will quickly notice, there is no electrical plug on the end of the power cord. Im sure this is done so you can match the plug to your chosen outlet and wiring voltage (110/220 volt) I chose the 220 volt option and had a plug from Lowes for about $5. Setup is quick and in about 2 hours had everything ready to roll. The blade Grizzly gives you is junk. Buy several good blades and you will be very impressed with the ability of the saw. I started out with a 3/4 2 tooth per inch blade for resawing and an 1/8 inch 14 tooth for scroll work. Right away, I was very pleased with the 3/4 blade, resawing was a breaze and results were amazing. I have never resawed anything, but was taking 1/8 inch slices from 7 inch thick hard maple. These cut off pieces were consistant in thickness and no bowing of the cut. Resawing is a very hard operation for a bandsaw to perform and the Grizzly handles it with ease. This saw has a 2 horsepower motor and it never strains, even in the hard maple. Very pleased.
Now to the 1/8 inch blade. This is where I ran into problems. The upper blade guide wont back out far enough for such a small blade. The blade guides have 2 roller bearings on each side, for a total of four for each upper and lower blade guides. The saw is rated to handle an 1/8 inch blade, but to do so, you are supposed to be able to set the blade guide back far enough so the teeth dont contact the sides of the bearings. The upper blade guides will not go far enough back to do this. The bracket for the bottom blade guides has some adjustability and I was able to move them far enough back out of the way, but not the top. I was able to overcome this problem, actually in 2 different ways. The first was to remove the 2 front bearings in the upper guide assembly and have bushings made to replace the space the 2 front bearing occupied. The second and better option was to buy the Carter Bandsaw Stabilizer, which is a replacement for the upper blade guide assembly, and is used for 1/8-1/4 inch blades. This stabilizer should be standard equipment for any bandsaw where a small blade is going to be used. It controls these small blades with much better stability than the stock guides will allow. It is available for many bandsaw brands. I eventually have found a blade I like for all general purpose cutting operations. It is a 1/4 inch 4 tooth blade and I use the Carter Stabilizer with this blade. Blade tracking is simple, but there is no tracking window. A quick tension release lever is included. The tension guide seems to be inaccurate on the small blade end, I have actually had to use much more tension for small blades than the gauge indicates, on large blades, it seems correct, but I think many bandsaws have this fault. You need to experiment with tension and see what works best for your saw. A miter gauge is included. Nicely balanced cast iron wheels are used. Overall the fit and finish is excellent and the saw gives you the feeling of quality in every way. Castings are very heavy, there is no plastic used in any critical parts.
Having a bandsaw in your shop will allow so many different cutting operations that you should not be without one. I am very happy with my Grizzly and would recommend this saw to anyone with the need for a high performance bandsaw capable of resawing and delicate scroll work for under $1,000. Since no one had posted a review yet of this excellent saw, I felt I had to.
I originally purchased it for a project that required a lot of resawing of white oak. It has plenty of power and has performed great in resawing 6 in to 8 in stock to make laminates and veneers. I've probably resawn 25 to 30 linear feet of 6 in or wider stock since I've had it. I've also used it for cutting curves and tenons.
Setup and adjustments are well documented in the manual, and I had no trouble getting it tuned up. Access to the lower blade guides is one area that could be improved. Although access is not as convenient as it could be, I don't find getting accurate lower guide adjustments to be challenging... but definitely a little inconvenient. If you change blades frequently, this may be more of an issue. I typically use a general purpose blade, and once it is setup, I haven't had to perform any readjustments.
I chose this model for a balance of features and price. I particularly like the solid standard fence and the resaw fence. I also chose this model over others with more resaw capacity because this model has iron wheels. It feels solid and stable when running.
Overall, the 14" saw has been worth every penny I spent on it, outperforming saws that cost two and three times as much.
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I bought it over a year ago, as a replacement for a cheap "import" 14...Read more