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MICROJIG GRR-RIPPER 3D Pushblock for Table Saws, Router Tables and More. EXPIRED

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Amazon has MICROJIG GRR-RIPPER 3D Pushblock for Table Saws, Router Tables, Band Saws, and Jointers on sale for $49.92 > Now $49.10 when you clip the $5 coupon on the product page. Shipping is free.

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Don't be that guy. He clearly said "comfortable" and you changed his words to "safe". Those are very different words. You can never be too safe. Many people get too comfortable. I'd argue that you should never feel 100% comfortable with a table saw or an angle grinder.
How much are your hands and fingers worth?
It was my first time using the table saw, you would be an idiot not to take proper precautions being as careful as possible. There are stories out there of people who have used the table saw hundreds of times that still get into accidents.

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Looks dead, now showing $54.
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I see a $5 off coupon, but that still a bit more than $47.
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This thing rarely has discount. usually it's $60?
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I was just using mine for the first time a couple days ago and earlier today. It's a really good product and made me feel comfortable using the table saw for the first time.
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Rockler has it for 59.99. They are also offering 20% for black friday
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Anyone make a jig like this before? $50 for a handle to move wood through a table saw seems high.
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Quote from spockalypse :
Anyone make a jig like this before? $50 for a handle to move wood through a table saw seems high.
How much are your hands and fingers worth?
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I agree this rarely goes on sale. I watched for more than a year before I finally got one last December using a $20 of $50 Citi offer - ($59-$20=$39). As far as making your own, I suppose you could but you'd need to find some good gripping material and you'd still have to figure out how to make the gap adjustable. This is a well-made safety device though and not something I wanted to craft on my own. It's not like a push stick that we all can make or even a sled.
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There is a 3rd party seller that is bundling this with a dovetail clamp AP for $60
The clamp by itself sells for $30, so it you needed the clamp, effectively makes the grr-ripper $30
https://www.amazon.com/GRR-RIPPER...JZZR&psc=1
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Quote from spockalypse :
Anyone make a jig like this before? $50 for a handle to move wood through a table saw seems high.
I use tile grout floats. A lot of other woodworkers do too.
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Tile grout float suggestion is very good.

My complaint with this is that the rubber isn't grippy enough when I was trying to cut prefinished flooring. Don't want to put the finish side down as it will be scratched.

Works fine for non-finished wood.
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Quote from spockalypse :
Anyone make a jig like this before? $50 for a handle to move wood through a table saw seems high.
You could print your own. I've been wanting to try this, but haven't had the time.

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2056511
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Seems dead - no coupon to clip.
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