Setup and Review of the Grizzly G0715P Table Saw

Watch as I unpack and setup my new Grizzly G0715P table saw. Once it's fully assembled and I've converted the power from 220 to 110 for my shop, I take it for a test drive and point out just a few of the great features of this saw.

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In this case, Store Fox's hybrid table saw is extraordinary. Combining the finest functions of a cabinet-style table saw with the best features of a contractor-style table saw, the W1824 is a work of art of commercial engineering (and it has a pretty terrific rate tag, too).

The Store Fox W1824 is developed with the high-performance features and dust control capabilities of a cabinet saw. Those functions are then paired with the more convenient weight and measurements of a professional saw making sure the hybrid is portable while still using a genuinely heavy-duty performance. In effect, the hybrid table saw is an ideal device that fits precisely in-between a jobsite saw and a cabinet saw; its perfect for the many circumstances in which your jobsite table saw simply can't cut it and your cabinet saw is simply too dang huge. Eventually, the W1824 10-inch hybrid table saw supplies crafters with a remarkable option to the contractor saw without the total greater cost of a cabinet saw.

This hybrid maker provides many of the features of a quality cabinet saw (like a durable construction and closed steel stand) its internal structure is more comparable to a contractor-style saw permitting its expense to stay low. The W1824 likewise features a quick-change blade guard system with anti-kickback pawls that can be positioned away from your workpieces and can be made it possible for or disabled by the blade guard. An interchangeable riving knife protects operators during non-through cuts and, thanks to a Poly-V serpentine belt and pulley-block system, the W1824 delivers high-performance operation that is ultra smooth and quiet.

This Shop Fox hybrid has a precision-ground cast iron table and comes requirement with an extra-large, low friction composite extension table. This big table (55-inches by 27-inches) is especially helpful when cutting sheet items and, since the saw likewise includes a sturdy Camlock T-shaped fence (with HDPE faces), your products will always remain locked and parallel. An easy glide fence system with knurled knobs for fine changes ensures the fence is basic to place, and with cast iron trunnions, a T-slot miter gauge, and a quick release riving knife and blade guard assembly, the W1824 is equipped for overall sawing success.

Shop Fox has likewise built this hybrid table saw with a 2-HP, 110V/220V, single-phase motor and the entire kit-and-caboodle consists of, naturally, all of the above, a 4-inch dust port for effective dust management, a 10-inch/40-tooth blade, and both a routine and dado blade table insert. The saw provides an optimum depth of cut of 3-1/8-inches at 90-degrees and 2-3/16-inches at 45-degrees. With basic rails the saw can perform a max rip of 30-inches to the right and 12-inches to the left.


Combining the best functions of a cabinet-style table saw with the best features of a contractor-style table saw, the W1824 is a work of art of industrial engineering (and it has a pretty great rate tag, too).

In impact, the hybrid table saw is an ideal maker that fits precisely in-between a jobsite saw and a cabinet saw; its ideal for the lots of circumstances in which your jobsite table saw simply cannot cut it and your cabinet saw is simply too dang huge. Shop Fox has also developed this hybrid table saw with a 2-HP, 110V/220V, single-phase motor and the entire kit-and-caboodle consists of, of course, all of the above, a 4-inch dust port for effective dust management, a 10-inch/40-tooth blade, and both a regular and dado blade table insert.
Watch as I unpack and setup my new Grizzly G0715P table saw. Once it's fully assembled and I've converted the power from 220 to 110 for my shop, I take it for a test drive and point out just a few of the great features of this saw. You can read the accompanying article here: http://www.rccreativellc.com/...