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If you use a table saw, router etc then this is a must purchase. This product is very well made and easy to put together. it allows the work to be pushed though the cutting tool with little to no risk of kick back (table saw). Obviously this isn't fool proof and normal safe working practices should be adopted. This is better than any other push stick device I have used. There are lots of you tube videos showing the uses of this device and many makers use them everyday. Yes its at a high price point but I think its worth the money given the control and safe operation you get with its use. Look youtube to see it in action and make you decision. I don't think you will regret it. But be safe with any cutting machine you use. Here ends the lecture!
Push sticks are fine..... but until you’ve experienced kickback, you won’t fully appreciate how good the GRR-Ripper is. It clamps the work piece and the off cut at the same time when using a table saw and it is 100% stable. I’m a member of a woodworking community and I’ve seen the results of several accidents. Missing finger tips don’t look like fun. If your wood catches the blade and spins, the best result will be a piece of wood hitting your stomach at 100mph. The worst would be it jerking your hand towards the blade and you losing a finger or even slitting your wrist. These aren’t cheap in England but I can’t put a price on safety and neither should you. It’s not like you’re buying a new one each month because it’s brilliant design means that you can grip your work safely without having to make sacrificial cuts into the GRR-Ripper. I get paid by the hour. One visit to the hospital for stitches would be more costly than buying one of these.
Undoubtedly the best push block out there in terms of effectiveness and design. But by god is it pricey for a few bits of 3D Printed plastic and rubber pads.
The design allows you to open the block up to let the blade pass under (if on a saw) which is helpful and safe. The rubber feet pads give good resistance when pushing stock through allowing for pressure forward and against the fence at the same time. Which is what is so good about it.
I have two now but buying each ome made me flinch at the price. Could be cheaper but then why would the company reduce the price if they sell as well as they do?
Very good mouldings. Well thought through in terms of assembly with admirable supporting documentation. Not a cheap product - but that is known prior to purchase. This feels a safe product to use - and I have no desire to have my fingers accompanying sawdust on the garage floor. As a born again woodworker after a spell of many years 'off the job' would recommend this product.
I just got this and tried it out...its really robust; the price is a bit high but haveing lost the tip of a little finger to a saw I dont want to loose another...in the next few weeks if its as good as it seems then I shall buy a second one. Update... I have I a second one for over six month now and I find them both well worth the money...I would advise anyone who worked with a circular/table saw to get these
Initially may seem pricey but it's worth every penny. You can make ridiculously narrow cuts safely and effectively which would be impossible without it. It's easy to adjust and the green grips hold firm even on smooth MDF. Gives you a level of confidence in the table saw (even though the thing still scares me!) to be able to make the cuts I need. Really worthwhile purchase and so glad I got one.
Do to a bad experience in college, I don’t like removing the safety guard, but it was essential to do the work I needed to do. This made me feel very confident and secure that I could control the wood over the blade and get no kickback!