If you’re a contractor and DIY kind of professional, then shelling out the money for a contractor saw, and then potentially needing a cabinet saw as well can be astronomically expensive – easily into the thousands of dollars. While each of these types of saws may be used for similar purposes, there’s no doubt that the fence requirements, such as the rip fence maximum length, blade compatibility, and mobility can vary between the two types. Thankfully, companies like Grizzly have developed “Hybrid Table Saws”, a unique, durable, and compact design that allows you – at just around 300lbs – to bring an entire contractor and multi-purpose true cabinet saw with you on the go. Rather than spending thousands with a sense of uncertainty, the Grizzly G0715P Hybrid Table Saw is available for just a little over $1,000.00 ($1,220.00).
What makes the Grizzly G0715P Polar Bear Series Hybrid Table Saw Unique?
Should this be the type of demand you have for a table and contractor saw, it can be intimidating to find just the right combination or table saw to go with. Though there undoubtedly are more than one brands and hybrid type saws on the market, customers are hard pressed to find one with a better reputation, history, and solid hybrid saw as sleek, well-built, and reliable as the Grizzly G0715P. While it is true that you could comparatively find and purchase a table saw such as the DEWALT DWE7491RS 10-Inch Jobsite Table Saw with 32-1/2-Inch Rip Capacity and Rolling Stand for a few hundred dollars less, it’s worth taking into consideration that such a table saw is not a true cabinet saw, so you’d, in turn, be stuck with the need to still put out money and invest in a true cabinet saw.
The Grizzly-G0715P Hybrid Table Saw packs a powerful punch, powered by a 2HP 110/220V single-phase motor. In comparison to other competing hybrid table saws, the Grizzly not only meets the CSA Certification requirements but also performs “non-through” cutting operations with a breeze. The Camlock T-shaped fence system is also very productive and allows the Rip Fence to extend up to 30” away from the blade. The adjustments on this Grizzly G0715P stay consistent, and the splitter works great for long-term and consistent use. The G is made with a cast-iron table, and table w/ wings, and thank’s to its kickback pawls along with its 300lb weight you don’t have to worry about having an unstable table or cabinet saw during use.
Is the Grizzly G0715P Right for Me?
2 HP is a lot of power, and 300lbs is a pretty fair weight for contractors and DIY that move their hybrid table saw around frequently. Customers have reported very satisfied feedback with the Grizzly G0715P This Grizzly Hybrid Table Saw was built with precision, and the dial indicator won’t budge one set and works perfectly in tangent with the blade during use. The cast iron handles are heavy and sturdy enough to still provide a smooth cut, and customers do not report a jerky experience thank’s to its light aluminum build. The table finish was also made flatter with the Grizzly G0715P product, so if you frequently cut cabinet wood the cabinet mounted trunnions are an excellent feature including with this hybrid table saw. However, if you happen to need a little more power (3HP and 4,300 RPM) at 220V power frequency regularly while working, along with a bit more width and space for cutting, the Grizzly GO690 10″ Hybrid Table Saw is also another product worth considering for a few hundred dollars more.
Overall if you’re looking to get the job done right the first time, with value precision, build quality, consistency, and require a long-term hybrid table saw for contractor work and cabinet cutting the Grizzly G0715P is an optimal choice.