|Item Weight||20.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.5 x 13.2 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||H7583|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Grizzly H7583 Tenoning Jig
|Price:||$85.00 + $15.99 shipping|
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- This fully adjustable Tenoning 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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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.
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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. I squared the jig, adjusted it to my cabinet saw guides, squared it to my cabinet saw blade, set the safety stops - and then used the tool. It worked as it should have - it didn't rock, it sit's solidly on my saw, I couldn't have hoped for more. I have no idea if it would have worked right out of the box, because I would never attempt that with any tool I buy.
Any woodworker who uses quality hand tools does the exact same thing with items they buy, whether it be a Lie Nielsen plane, a Veritas plane, a nice set of chisels, or whatever. You take a fine tool and prepare it for use - you flatten it, polish the blade, sharpen it to your liking, or do whatever else is required to bring it to the standards you want the tool to have. Then you use it.
I read so many reviews where individuals didn't understand this - well, I simply felt compelled to write the long winded review I just wrote. I hope it ends up being helpful/useful to someone. I found this tool to be exactly what I had hoped for.
1) arrived quick a+ to ups and amazon, also undamaged
2)it heavy cast iron packed in grease,thick grease so get a biodegradable cleaner and a ton of rags. take the whole thing apart to clean it , every last inch or you will deal with a mess later
3) once clean assembly time, seemed straight forward, I must have lost a washer because one screw protruded from the bottom and hit my saw top. lesson leaned check check double check, never force.
4)TIME TO PLAY---- OKAY SO I AM IN THE MIDDLE OF SETTING UP SHOP, my step daughter moved out and took her room before she moved back in. now you understand my frame of mind.
set up was quick first pass decent cut but not perfect little outta square.
reset recheck tweek this shim that and boom pass two better but not perfect
5) yes here comes the morale to the story understand a contractor saw isn't perfect, it isn't a super precise machine
I spent a few hours tweeking my dewalt, before trying this .
so yeah the grizzly is good, on a great saw it will be great. for the price buy it you may still have to clean and square your cuts but its still worth it.on my dewalt I have learned to accept 80% perfect and since I am not doing production work its cool, I don't mind spending a little tweek time
BOTTOM LINE it is a great tool, but is limited by the machine you use