Grizzly Industrial has introduced a new 10” hybrid table saw, combining the mobility of a contractor’s saw with the quality of a cabinet saw.
“This machine has heavy-duty cast-iron trunnions that mount to the cabinet like a regular cabinet saw,” Grizzly technical and quality control manager Todd Ransom says.
“Typically, a hybrid table saw has been defined as a combination between a contractor and a cabinet saw. Contractor saws almost always have the trunnions mounted to the underside of the table. It’s an economical construction. Cabinet saws have the trunnions mounted to the frame of the saw and are further apart for strength in stance. A hybrid saw has trunnions mounted to the underside of the table, but it has a cabinet body.”
The saw has a 21” x 19-1/2” table and weighs 286 lbs. It features 2-hp motor prewired to run on a 110-volt, 20-amp circuit.
“Not everybody has the 220-volt circuit in their garage, especially folks who are getting started. And having to run the 220-volt circuit is an additional expense because you will be hiring an electrician,” Ransom adds.
The saw comes with a riving knife, splitter and T-style fence. It currently sells for $675 with standard and dado table inserts and a miter gauge. A mobile base is sold separately.
For information, call 800-523-4777 or visit www.grizzly.com.
This article originally appeared in the March 2015 issue.