|Item Weight||450 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||26 x 30 x 43 inches|
|Item model number||G0715P|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||bare-tool; attachments|
Grizzly G0715P Polar Bear Series Hybrid Table Saw with Riving Knife, 10-Inch
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- Get the best of both contractor style and cabinet style table saws with this Polar Bear Series Hybrid Table Saw
- You get the easy-to-transport weight and size of a high-end contractor saw but with the dust control and full features of a cabinet saw
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G0715P 10' Hybrid Table Saw with Riving Knife, Polar Bear Series
Get the best of both contractor style and cabinet style table saws with this Polar Bear Series Hybrid Table Saw. You get the easy-to-transport weight and size of a high-end contractor saw, but with the dust control and full features of a cabinet saw. Just like our other table saws, this hybrid also has a quick-change blade guard, but with anti-kickback pawls that can be positioned away from the workpiece.
Camlock T-shaped Fence with HDPE Face
CSA certified meeting CSA C22.2 #71.2-08 and UL 987 standards!
The interchangeable riving knife offers protection for operations that require you to remove the blade guard, such as with 'non-through' cutting operations.
Serpentine Belt & Pulley System:
Also features a serpentine belt/pulley system for quiet operation and more efficient power transfer.
Camlock T-shaped Fence:
The easy-glide fence system features a CamlocAk T-shaped Fence for superb accuracy!
Quick-Change Riving Knife
110V operation requires part #T23999 circuit breaker and wiring procedures that must be completed by an electrician or other qualified service personnel. See Owner’s Manual for details.
- Motor: 2 HP, 110V/220V*, single-phase, prewired to 220V
- Amps: 16A at 110V, 8A at 220V
- Precision-ground cast-iron table w/wings
- Measures: 27"D x 40"W
- Table height: 34"
- Footprint: 20"L x 21-1/2"W
- Arbor: 5/8"
- Arbor speed: 3850 RPM
- Capacity @ 90°: 3-1/8"
- Capacity @ 45°: 2-3/16"
- Rip capacity: 30" right, 12" left
- Overall size: 60"L x 36"W x 40"H
- Approximate shipping weight: 404 lbs.
- White powder-coated paint on cabinet
- Precision-ground cast-iron table
- Cast-iron trunnions
- 4" dust port
- T-slot miter gauge
- Camlock T-shaped fence with HDPE face
- Easy-glide fence system
- Quick-release riving knife and blade guard assembly
- Knurled knobs for adjusting fence
- Includes regular, as well as dado blade table inserts
- Device on blade guard allows enabling or disabling of anti-kickback pawls
- Poly-V serpentine belt drive
- Includes 10" x 40T carbide-tipped saw blade
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|Included Components||bare-tool; attachments||stand||(1) Gravity Rise Table Stand, (1) 10 In. 40-Tooth Carbide-Tipped Saw Blade, (1) Standard Throat Plate Table Insert, (1) Smart Guard System, (1) Rip Fence, (1) Miter Gauge, (1) Push Stick, (1) Blade Wrench, (1) Hex Adjustment Wrench||stand||stand||stand|
|Item Dimensions||26 x 30 x 43 in||31 x 24.5 x 31 in||39 x 29.75 x 21 in||—||82 x 35 x 39 in||72 x 19.5 x 47.02 in|
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I was cutting up a run of boards on the Grizzly and when I started up the saw it was running really rough so I immediately turned it off. Checked the belt for tension but was tight. I started it up again and the blade did not spin and it threw the breaker. This is when I called Grizzly for advice. The first person I spoke with said to first change the start up capacitor.) My warranty was already up so I had no coverage). This was easy enough
and had one shipped from Grainger for about $19 after shipping. Got the cap installed and still had same results with the saw.
I called again and was told that it had to be the contact points in the motor, but that this procedure to clean the contact points was a bit tedious so I should wait for them to send me the PDF with instructions on the procedure. 2 days later I got the PDF and pulled the motor to start the repair. As soon as I got the motor pulled apart a bunch of parts fell out of the motor. It ended up being the centrifugal switch assembly which had broken and fallen apart. I called Grizzly back and told them what I had discovered and even emailed them some pictures. The black plastic ring that held the switch together had broken and so all the working parts of the switch just fell off. So I was unable to just clean the contact points and get the motor working. It ended up that the motor for my saw did not have a replacement part for the centrifugal switch, and I was told I had to purchase a new motor. The rep I was talking with said this was odd for that to break like that and he would put in a good word and try to get the higher ups to help me on this, an maybe have them honor a warranty claim. I thanked him and waited for a response. Another 2 days and I got a call saying they could not honor any warranty claim, but were going to look for a possible replacement switch that I could purchase. Another day and I got a call and was then informed that there is no switch replacement available and would have to buy a new motor, and they would pay the shipping. I was not very happy about this whole situation, as the motor should, IMHO, have not had a problem, especially after just 2 years, and all I cut with the saw is plywood and solid 3/4" pine.
Turns out that they are out of stock on the only motor that fits my saw and would not have any in stock until possibly sometime in December. I make my living with my saw and can not wait this long without a table saw, so I have to come up with a saw to use so I can get back to work. I temporarily pulled out my old Delta saw and put it back in service, after fixing a few minor issues with it. I should have just upgraded the Delta with a good fence system, surround table, and out feed table to begin with. After all the Grizzly hybrid is just basically a contractor saw in an enclosed cabinet, with typical contractor style table mounted trunions.
I have decided to step up and buy a much better saw, a cabinet saw with a 5 year warranty. About twice the price but is covered for 5 years instead of the 1 year that Grizzly offers, and is a true cabinet saw, with cabinet mounted trunions, a 52" fence, and comes with the extension table as well. I will probably have the saw for the rest of my working life. I am not saying Grizzly has a bad product, but have learned that when you buy something you need for a long time you should just spend more and get a product from a company that backs it product with a good warranty.. A good lesson learned on my part. From now on I will always look at the factory warranty before jumping into a purchase.
"A happy customer is a customer for life, and an unhappy customer is no longer a customer."
I called Grizzly tech support and he really didn't have any clue how to fix the problem. So I went back to the shop and began a closer investigation. The problem was that the motor is supposed to pivot on a shaft in the trunion. When you loosen the belt adjustment screw, the motor should move freely but it was frozen to the shaft. At the pivot, I removed the lock nut holding it on the shaft and, after a bit of struggling, I was able to get the motor off the shaft using a steel pry bar. The shaft felt dry, like it had never been lubricated! That is obviously very bad especially since there are no ball bearings. There is nothing in the maintenance section of the manual about lubricating it either.
While the motor was off, the blade height handle raised and lowered the blade smoothly. The handle is attached to a worm gear, which contacts a bull gear on the motor mount to raise and lower the blade.
I lubricated the shaft and all other connecting points with white lithium grease and reassembled the motor on the shaft. At that point, with the belt adjusting screw loose, the motor moved but it was still not easy. I tried to lower/raise the blade but when the blade was raised about 2" above the table, the worm gear on the handle began skipping and it would not raise any further. Carefully examining the mechanism, it looks like some of the teeth are worn on bull gear. It may have gotten stripped when I initially tried to raise the blade when the motor was frozen on the shaft.
Unfortunately, the bull gear is cast onto the motor mount assembly (part# 115) and is a major part which will probably take at least a full day to replace and to realign everything.
I went back home and called Grizzly again and explained everything above. The tech was a different guy and a bit better this time in that he understood what I was describing. He was skeptical that replacing the motor mount would fix the problem since there were no broken teeth on the bull gear. He suspected the problem is the worm gear but I don't see any wear on it and it doesn't look bent either.
So he finally ordered the part. He expects a shipment of them to arrive at Grizzly on August 23 but there is no guarantee it will arrive on then. That means I won't get the part for about 6 weeks! Luckily, 3 fellow woodworkers in the building where my shop is offered to let me use theirs.
Bottom line: I make my livelihood woodworking and I'm very sorry I bought this saw. I've owned many table saws and never had a problem as serious as this. And this is the most expensive saw I've owned! I think that Grizzly should have at least paid for the part, but the days I'm spending on repairing this machine and the time being without a table saw far outweighs the $50 for the part.
P.S. The crating and the trucking company ( ABF) were great.