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The Microjig® GRR-Ripper is a revolutionary, universal pushing jig for all table saw, router table and jointer users. This is the first tool that grips and holds both sides of work piece during a ripping operation. Unlike a push stick or push block, the Gripper maintains balanced...

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The Microjig® GRR-Ripper is a revolutionary, universal pushing jig for all table saw, router table and jointer users. This is the first tool that grips and holds both sides of work piece during a ripping operation. Unlike a push stick or push block, the Gripper maintains balanced pressure on a work piece as it passes through and beyond the blade. Maintains a parallel, forward direction with the blade while keeping pressure against your rip fence to prevent burning. Eliminates the need to feed stock with your bare hands providing 100% protection. You can cut strips as thin as 1/4" without any special setup so there is no need to throw away those small scrap pieces. The unit can be offset to accommodate small, irregular shaped, pieces on the router table.

The GR-200 model boasts all of the same innovative features of the GR-100, but it comes with two additional accessories the Adjustable Spacer and the Stabilizing Plate. Combined these accessories improve the control and expandability of the GRR-Ripper System. The Adjustable Spacer adds increased gripping surface for tackling larger stock. It also adds one inch of cutting width to the GRR-Ripper and acts as a secondary balance support for small stock and straight-line ripping. The Stabilizing Plate improves control of the GRR-Ripper when cutting small narrow pieces of stock. Perfect for trickier cuts like resawing, bevel edging, pattern routing, and much more. The Stabilizing Plate also acts as a secondary fence that travels with the GRR-Ripper along the left side of the stock. It holds the off-cut piece in its original position through the entire cutting operation.


  • Eliminates the need to feed stock with your bare hands
  • Universal pushing jig for all table saw, router table, and jointer users
  • Holds both sides of work piece during a ripping operation
  • Includes the Adjustable Spacer and Stabilizing Plate
What's Included:
  • (1) Micro Jig GRR-Ripper Advanced 3D Pushblock
  • (2) Side Legs (1/4" and 1/2")
  • (1) Adustable Center Leg
  • (1) Adjustable 1" fence-side space
  • (1) Stabilizing Accessory Plate with Balance Support
  • (1) Comprehensive Users Manual

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4.56 out of 5 stars
68 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great product, my go-to table saw and router tool. Also GREAT customer service from MICROJIG.

    The Gripper is a great addition to any workshop that has a table saw, router, jointer - almost any power tool where your hands could get near the cutters. I do a lot of cutting of 'small' pieces on my table saw - to build boxes, small projects, smaller cabinets, cut blanks for pen turning, toys, Christmas ornaments - lots. The Gripper is the _only_ way I would consider doing a lot of cuts as it lets you handle smaller parts, work with the fence close to the blade, and similar situations. The Gripper is all plastic, but it is very (very!) sturdy - and lightweight. I believe the plastic they have chosen is just the right combination of lightness and toughness. Some have remarked on the Gripper not being 'grippy' enough. I have not had that problem. If you work with woods (or metal) that is slippery in some way (oily, waxed, etc) you need to take extra care - but that's true in general for such things. I have an old squeeze-type glue bottle that I keep full of alcohol. I use it for cleaning the Gripper's green 'tracks' that provide the grip (the alcohol is useful for lots of other tasks, too). As a result, no issues with the grippiness in my case. It is my first choice for doing most cuts - and I have a fine collection of 'push blocks', both homemade and purchased. None of them can do what the Gripper can, and do so SAFELY! Setting up the Gripper is quick thanks to the 'built-in' screws that never get lost - they are held onto the attachments so they are always right there, ready to use. Be sure to watch the MICROJIG you-tube videos - they show a wide variety of cuts and setups that you can do/use. I learned a lot from them, and it made my Gripper that much more useful. CUSTOMER SERVICE with MICROJIG has been exceptional. I had ordered some extra parts from them (extra legs - I have twice shaved a piece of one of the legs off - not so much that it made the leg unusable, I just want all the gripping power I can get). The order got confused - it had to be shipped in 2 parts, and one shipment apparently fell through the cracks. I used their email customer service and got immediate responses (within a day or less). There was still some confusion, but after working with them through several emails i received everything just fine. I have not had a better experience dealing with any vendor - there is a responsive and responsible person on the other end of the emails! (Wow!) RECOMMENDED product, RECOMMENDED vendor.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Bought one - went back and got second

    Was hesitant at first - but well worth the investment -

  3. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Over-Priced and Over-Hyped Pushblock

    Not much "revolutionary" about this articulating block of bright plastic. I am also concerned that novices would be tempted to remove saw safety devices in reliance upon this push block. As a woodworker for over 30 years, I suggest using sacrificial stock to accomplish similar, smaller scale tasks utilizing saw safety devices whenever possible.

  4. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great idea and build quality.

    I've owned this jig for a few years and like it for the most part. My issue with it is that the "stickiness" of the green bottom material didn't last very long and isn't very effective on tight grained, smooth hardwoods. The design is excellent otherwise.

  5. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great Product, poor Quality Control

    I haven't had a chance to use this yet because I couldn't finish assembling it. One of the brass inserts for the leg is protruding from the plastic housing so the leg won't sit flush. This is critical as the push block won't either sit flush against the fence or be perpendicular to the work surface when cutting. It was nice to see that the product is made in the US, sad to see that such an easily detectible defect was not caught. However, this push block does boast all the features that you see online or in the videos. The bottom surface is very sticky for gripping your work piece. I can't wait to be able to swap this one out for a new one, hopefully I won't run into the same problem. I will update this post when the new one comes in.

  6. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Excellent product!

    Having read much about the GRR-Ripper, I finally decided to purchase one and try it. The product lives up to all its positive reviews--well designed, versatile, and very cool that it's actually made in the U.S. I use it at the table saw, where I'm making clean and precise cuts on small workpieces like never before. Highly recommended.

  7. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Wish I would have bought this sooner!

    I am very impressed with this jig. It took a few minutes to assemble but after that I was ripping thin stock in no time. I felt very comfortable ripping stock so thin that I never would have considered trying the cut before this jig.

  8. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    GRR Ripper System

    The high degree of safety built into the GRR Ripper impressed me most. I don't see how anyone can work on a table saw or router without it.

  9. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Safety Last?

    This is a solid and well made, well thought out table saw accessory that offers more control and stability than any push stick or block. You could perform thin rip cuts with small stock that would be impossible with a push pad and unnerving with any other push stick design. Most importantly, it keeps your hands safe. The only trade off is the extra set-up/ adjustment time to avoid damaging one of the Gripper's legs, but nothing that would keep you from using it whenever possible.

  10. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Works great

    I safely ripped 1/8" off a short board (maybe ten inches long) I would never have tried cutting without this device. Making such a cut would have simply been too dangerous. Once I install a zero clearance insert in my table saw, the gripper will enable me to make repeating narrow rip cuts without having to adjust the rip fence.

  11. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Safety is most important!!!

    This is a very useful tool; I feel much safer using this on the table saw than what I was using in the past.

  12. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Little ripper!!

    Easy to use and setup

  13. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Good safety tool

    Wish assembly instructions were also in spanish for some of my staff

  14. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Gripper ---- A good idea

    This tool works great if you are ripping up to 3" wide boards on your table saw for the blade to pass under the gripper. I like the fact when ripping down narrow boards, it does safe my fingers from the blade. This tool is worth buying.

  15. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazing tool

    I use the gripper mainly on the table saw. Doing restoration work I frequently need to make small, hard to cut pieces. The gripper is so simple to use I can't believe know one has thought of this before. Once I started using it all of my push sticks and featherboards seemed rather inadequate and when properly set up it feels much safer than either of them. You are in complete control of the cut.

  16. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Awsome product!

    Great for ripping those narrow cuts on my table saw. To use 2 of them (as recommended in thier video)for long ripping is a little cumbersome, maybe even a little risky for kickback. The grippers do a great job of holding your material.

  17. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    great product

    great product. works as discribed.

  18. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Safety and Quality

    Until I purchased the GRRRipper system there was always a risk for injury whenever using the router or the table saw. The GRRRipper system keeps my most important tools safe 100% of the time. I bought two, the advanced and the basic so that I can rip longer pieces of lumber. Glad to see that the GRRRippers are also made in the USA! It's a top quality, well designed piece of safety equipment, that is an absolute must have in any shop; be it your own, at work or in the schools.

  19. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    best accessory you can buy

    I bought my grr-ripper after seeing the vedio of a kickback on the [@] web sight If you ever think of feeding wood through a saw or any other tools by hand go check it out and you will buy your grr-ripper for shore best push block/work holding tool I have ever used the attion to detail by Micro Mark is way above any thing I expected

  20. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    I gotta have another one! WOW

    Keeps my fingers out of harms way and allows me to make cuts that I would not have even attempted before!

  21. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    take's all the fear out of useing your t

    I'm not afraid to use my tablesaw or any other power tool anymore it's that safe all the time

  22. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    100% worth it

    Like many of you I am sure, I've seen tons of "fad" jigs that look really useful but in reality serve little purpose or actually complicate things further. Also like many I've been lured in to purchasing said jigs. This is not one of those. This is the single best safety aid I own and have ever seen. This is a very well thought out, well constructed, and useful device. More so, it is easy to use. I also feel the price is extremely fair since there is no competition at all. I commend the manufacturer for not gouging our wallets, even though with this device, they easily could. This will not be joining my collection of "toy" jigs in the bottom shelf wasteland on my roll-away. I have since ordered another and would not consider using my table saw or router table without it. I do however prefer a traditional push block on the jointer though. This positions my hands a little higher than I am comfortable with.

  23. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    what an amazing product!!!

    there is just no other tool available, that gives you the peace of mind that the gripper does. It has become the best safety tool that I have in my whole workshop.

  24. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Get a Pair

    A pair cost less than one foot into the Emergency Room door, so do yourself a huge favor and get a pair of these marvels. The 1/8" pads are a bonus while on sale. Excellent design, superbly engineered and manufactured here in the USA. Missing one 9/32" o-ring out of two kits.. no biggie .. substituted a fiber washer. Highly Recommended for table saws .. nice on the jointer too.

  25. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    great for cutting small pieces safely

    am able to cut small pieces accurately and safely,without worrying about cutting my fingers off on the table saw.Is a nice device !

  26. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Micro Jig

    Love the control you have holding the work piece. Easy to use, and very versatile over different applications.

  27. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great enginering, fit , and finish

    Makes me much more comfortable machining small pieces on the router table and table saw.

  28. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great Safety Tool

    This product gives me peace of mind when feeding difficult to secure wood piece on my table saw. Well worth the cost. As all good craftsman measure twice before they cut, when using the MicroJig double check to make sure you have algined the pads to miss the blade and have the jig snug to the fence.

  29. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Safety with accuracy

    I bought 2 of these & have continually added to their uses. To be able to put downward & side pressure plus pushing the end of stock gives me great accuracy when ripping & resawing. I'm able to cut parts I wasn't able to cut before with less than .005 variation in width or thickness on a Bosch portable saw. It's not hard to leap frog them for longer pieces. There is a learning curve to getting the most out of them, but it's worth it. The safety aspect is immeasurable, I hate to cut without them. I'll probably get the connector bridge & 1/8" leg in the future. I bought them in the Norwalk CT store & would buy them again.

  30. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great Pusher

    I'm still learning all it's uses.

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  32. 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Not Worth the Money

    After trying the Grr-Ripper on several cuts, I decided it was too time consuming to adjust everytime I wanted to use it. Most of my ripping is on long boards, and even with two Grr-Rippers, I found them very awkward and cumbersome. A good splitter and push stick work much better for me.

  33. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Gives confidence, safety, and accuracy.

    This gripper has replaced my push sticks and has lessened the use of feather boards. I use the gripper on the router table more than any other holding/push device and it produces excellent results as it has such a strong hold/grip on the work piece which significantly lessens the slippage/snipe factor.

  34. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Works as adveritsed

    It does what they say it does, and works well while doing it. I've been able to make cuts with this that I would've shuddered to attempt before. I like the fact that it makes me think about each cut before I make it, puts me in the mental state to know where my hands are.

  35. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    If you don't have one...GET ONE!

    After I got my first one and used it I ordered a second! This is one of the best tools I have bought in years and that says a lot if you saw my shop!

  36. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Makes me feel safe working around my TS

    Got this in the mail and watched the videos on YouTube to help assemble, pretty straight forward. First use was to rip edging for the front of a plywood project, worked great. Felt safe for the first time using my Table Saw w/o the blade guard. Kept control of both pieces throughout the entire cut. Just remember to check the position of the center leg relative to the blade so you don't cut the pad or the leg (almost made that mistake..just barely skimmed the edge..disaster avoided by shear luck LOL) Definitely recommend this product.

  37. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Everything promised and more

    This, combined with my latest model Bosch table saw and horizontal and vertical feather boards make it virtually impossibel to injure myself on the saw. That might make me wimpy in some eyes but, then again, no one will ever call ME "Stumpy". (-:

  38. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Some Assembly Required , Yea Right

    Tried to put it together but two bolts stripped out and I had to replace them. For this kind of money you need better quality control or a way to replace defective parts.

  39. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Might buy a second one

    First time I used it I knew it would be a winner. My push sticks are gone.

  40. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Good As Advertised

    The Grr Ripper adds safety and accuracy to table-saw use. Glad I found it!

  41. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great tool

    This is my second GRR-Ripper and I find it very useful and effective. Great safety device and lots of features.

  42. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Does what it's supose to.

    works great

  43. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Excellent product for extra safety.

    This tools truly adds safety to table saw cuts that are otherwise too risky or too difficult to accomplish. If you need to do rip cuts of more than 2 ft you should consider getting two units to allow for safe hand-over-hand control of longer boards. Only a few reviews had mentioned this so I didn't take it seriously, but after working with GRR-Ripper for a few weeks I am considering getting a second unit.

  44. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great Product

    Wish I had bought one long ago. They really should include the how to use DVD with purchase.

  45. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great Tool

    Great Tool! Works as advertised and helps make your table saw safer. In my case, I do not use the safety guard on my table saw and this tool will allow safer cuts on thin stock.

  46. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Finger proof

    After my brother lost the tip of his finger on a table saw, he could not talk enough about how he wished he had this product earlier. He demanded that I buy one for peace of mind.

  47. 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Overpriced pushstick

    I watched the video on this and thought it was a great safety device. I find that it really doesn't grip that well and doesn't really hold the piece against the fence as well as feeding forward the way they say. You have to really watch that the blade falls inside the "tunnel" of the gripper, and yet this is hard to see. You really need two grippers because you have to release it and move it back for any board of over say 2' long. I almost returned it although I think I've waited too long. Time will tell if it will be of big help cutting small pieces, which was why I primarily thought I needed it. Overall I think it is really overpriced. For the price they could have at least thrown in the video on all it's supposedly different uses. I tend to forget I have it since it isn't that useful and just cut my pieces as I normally did.

  48. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    A great product

    Henry (the designer) came frequently to the Orlando Woodcraft store with many updated versions before this finally went into production. He put a great deal of thought about safety as it progressed into what it is today. I was lucky enough to be given one to try out and couldn't believe how such a simple design became something I use often in my shop. Henry even gave me updated parts when he made it even better. Thank you Henry for a great product!

  49. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    I have just purchased a second GR200

    GR200 is great when I use it on the jointer, tablesaw and router table.I think it will be good for machining end grain wood using the sliding table on my shaper

  50. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Most Excellent Safety Device

    I will not use my table saw to rip any boards without using this device. Kickbacks are a thing of the past and one's fingers and hand are well out of the path of the blade. Cutting thin (.125") strips is very safe and easy to do with all types of woods.

  51. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Finally! Put the Steel Gloves Away.

    Finally, someone has come along and made a device that allows a piece of wood to travel through the saw blade and along the fence safely - even at 1/8". I make scales for Straight Razors and need to cut exotic woods down to 1/8" slabs. Getting the last piece out of 6" piece has sometimes turned into a nightmare. Since I purchased the GRR-Ripper, I have not had any problems cutting small widths or pieces yet. This tool just makes using your table saw much safer. The only problem I can see with this tool is you can't help but want to own two of them.

  52. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Safer, great stuff.

    Cut repeated 3/8" strips in about 2 minutes and wow, much safer, possible to do such cuts so efficiently and so safely! May need to get one more.

  53. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    This could keep us from going to the hospital, its going to be wonderful.

  54. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    My fingers are happier now

    Been thinking about this tool for quite awhile, but just had to rip a couple dozen 3/8"x 8' strips of wood for a project, so I bit the bullet and bought one.....being on sale didn't hurt my feelings either. Fingers are much happier at a greater distance from the saw blade, and it's easier to control these small strips.

  55. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    best item for any woodworker

    best item for a table saw or router table.

  56. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Best safety item I own.

    I do not use a saw guard on my table saw, and from what I have seen, pros and amateurs alike do the same. The Grr-Ripper has now given the table saw a high safety factor. Whilst not complacent about the saw's inherent dangers, I do feel much safer and more confident in using it. I have other varieties of push sticks and featherboards, but this wins hands down. Very highly recommended, in fact I just bought a second one for longer boards.

  57. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Hot New Setup!

    What a boy toy. I love it. Fun to put together, My grandkids are fascinated with the thing. They are too little to be in the shop with tools running unless gramma is holding them, but this tool is a riot on the carpet with them. Oh, and it works great also. I feel a lot safer around the table saw with it. Very positive hold on the wood now and I feel like I am more in control.

  58. 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Too much assembly time

    They saved money by shipping 100 parts in a box. Get ready to spend hours looking up part numbers assembling it.

  59. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Gives more confidence for surer safety!

    Works very well on all the wood surfaces I have used. Just remember to keep the gripping pad clean.

  60. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    So far so good

    This product is fairly expensive but provides good table saw safety.

  61. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Advanced GRR-Ripper System

    Provides safety for narrow cuts

  62. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Miles Better than a Push Stick

    I bought one of these a few years ago. Every time i do anything more than a simple cut, i use this tool. It is completely adjustable and adaptable, you can reconfigure it for everything you need to do. It keeps your hands and fingers well away from the blade. You can push the wood with your hand right over the blade and keep the wood tight down to the table in complete safety. Great for angles and bevels. My Grandfather who taught me a lot about wood working and tools would have loved this device, especially since he lost two digits on two fingers by using a push stick. I still have a push stick, but I tend to use it for other things now...

  63. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Saves fingers and prevents kick back

    The best/safest jig i've used period. I feel much safer working on the table saw and router table with the grr-ripper. It truly protects my fingers and stops kickback, but it also gives me a cleaner cut. What surprised me the most was all the cuts I can use this jig for. Very versatile tool. I recommend getting two of them...for cutting longer stock. Also, I can keep one at the table saw and router table

  64. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    wouldn't cut with out it.the safest tool

    i use it to rip angles and thin and short boards

  65. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great safety tool

    Great tool. Feels sound while using it on the table saw. The only problem I had is that doesn't grip well on some surfaces and that is why i am giving it 4 stars.

  66. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Best Table saw product ever!

    This is the most versatile finger saver i have seen. I use it on my table saw, band saw and jointer. I am discovering more ways to use it every day. great design and safe!

  67. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Grr - Ripper - SAFE, Easy, Quick

    After I had used it a couple of times I asked why didn't someone think of this before - makes sense. Safe, easy to use, faster set up, - I really like it.

  68. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Neat addition to my shop

    Once I discovered this "gadget" I had it in my "wish list" for a couple months before I ordered it. Seemed like a lot of money for an elaborate push-stick but now that I have it my fears of close cutting on the table saw are gone. You must take the time to really read the instructions and FULLY understand where the blade is, but once you do it works better than ANY push stick. I make a lot of smaller items for gifts and being able to cut thin strips is really helpful or when the cut just "seems" a little risky.

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