Grizzly Table Saw

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A table saw is a woodworking tool consisting of a circular saw blade, mounted on an arbor, that is driven by an electric motor (either directly, by belt, or by gears). The blade protrudes through the surface of a table, which provides support for the material, usually wood, being cut.


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Do Not Hack. Alert BoD or president if the saw is damaged or in a dangerous state. Repairs and modification require permission.


For general use by members after they have completed an appropriate training course. Treat this equipment as if it were your own cleaning items off of the top of the machine and around its table after usage.


Do not use the table saw to cut anything harder than wood or plastics. No aluminum, no steel, no matter how thin or soft.


Things a user should know prior to using the equipment:

Tips for using the table saw -

Basic Instructions

1: Make sure dust collection tube inside saw is connected. 2: Set blade height as needed. 3: Adjust ripping fence use cutting sled. 4: Power on saw. Ensure dust collector is powered on. 5: Cut wood/plastic with saw keeping the material held tightly to the fence/sled. Use a push stick to avoid getting hands anywhere near the moving blade. 6: Once done, clean up any mess, dust, or offcuts. 7: Lower the blade below the table. Place ripping fence over blade to indicate saw is not in use.

Specifications and Detailed Instructions



  • Holding material flush with the table and squarely against the fence/ sled for straight clean safe cuts.
  • If the suction sucks and sucking, empty the plastic bag and shake out the cloth bag. Make sure all the hoses are connected and not clogged.


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