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Amazon offers $15 Off $150+ in select Microjig Woodworking Tools (discount applied automatically at checkout). Shipping is free on your $150+ order. Thanks unknownuser5

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If you cannot afford a saw stop and also cannot afford to buy new hands then the Gripper is a great product. Still expensive for a hunk of plastic but it's a hunk of SAFE plastic.

I think the big problem with this deal would be hitting the $150 amount. Even two grippers won't get you there so you'll end up having to add in a filler with just about eats up anything you would have saved from the deal.

Maybe others can point out other high quality micro jig products that can be used to hit the limit?
I've a gripper but honestly its just been gathering dust for a long time. My homemade push sticks don't require any set up and they serve the purpose of safely operating the tablesaw.
Has anyone tried the 3D printed version of this?

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If you cannot afford a saw stop and also cannot afford to buy new hands then the Gripper is a great product. Still expensive for a hunk of plastic but it's a hunk of SAFE plastic.

I think the big problem with this deal would be hitting the $150 amount. Even two grippers won't get you there so you'll end up having to add in a filler with just about eats up anything you would have saved from the deal.

Maybe others can point out other high quality micro jig products that can be used to hit the limit?
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If you cannot afford a saw stop and also cannot afford to buy new hands then the Gripper is a great product. Still expensive for a hunk of plastic but it's a hunk of SAFE plastic.

I think the big problem with this deal would be hitting the $150 amount. Even two grippers won't get you there so you'll end up having to add in a filler with just about eats up anything you would have saved from the deal.

Maybe others can point out other high quality micro jig products that can be used to hit the limit?
This is the only filler item I could find. If not needed it would eat up half the savings.

ZEROPLAY Miter Stop for T-Slots on Table Saws, Router Tables, and Band Saws. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00L7KT...bFb4F8Z0EB
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If you cannot afford a saw stop and also cannot afford to buy new hands then the Gripper is a great product. Still expensive for a hunk of plastic but it's a hunk of SAFE plastic.

I think the big problem with this deal would be hitting the $150 amount. Even two grippers won't get you there so you'll end up having to add in a filler with just about eats up anything you would have saved from the deal.

Maybe others can point out other high quality micro jig products that can be used to hit the limit?
The Gripper advance 2 pack is 159....no filler needed but not sure what the difference between the advance and regular one are
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This pushed me to buy the gripper. Ordered the 2 pack but from another seller fulfilled by Amazon for $109 .

I think the Advanced model 2 pack that is eligible for the $15 off isn't as functional as the standard after doing some research.

When using 2 grippers to rotate and rip long boards the smaller footprint of the standard seems best. The extra plate and the push tab the Advance version has would just get in the way.
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I've a gripper but honestly its just been gathering dust for a long time. My homemade push sticks don't require any set up and they serve the purpose of safely operating the tablesaw.
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I love my grippers! Hands are protected and it makes cleaner cuts because both sides of the material are being held down.
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I love mine but even at the $55-65 bucks i spent on it that was a hard pill to swallow lol. Having to spend $150 just to save $15 is pretty rough considering you can make or buy a push stick for under $10 bucks. granted this is much safer but you can get by with out spending $150 with safe practices.
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Can you buy 3, return 2?
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Man, I really want a grripper, but I really don't want $150 worth of grrippers

Anyone in the Kansas City area looking to buy, we could split an order!
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Has anyone tried the 3D printed version of this?
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Can you buy 3, return 2?
They might prorate the discount. At that point is it worth all that hassle to save $5? Its normal price right now i paid $56.99 in January, so really saving 2 bucks.
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Has anyone tried the 3D printed version of this?
People have put some plans out there for it. Id imagine if you find the rubber pads it will be similar but not sure how it will hold up over time with the moving parts the gripper has to adjust for various cuts.

https://www.thingiverse.com/tag:microjig
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This rules. I have a Gripper that I use the piss out of but I am stoked about making a sled and clamp station.
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