GRR-Ripper Precision woodworking hand pushing tool

  • Advertise with us

« back to Woodworking Trade & Swap forum

Forum topic by bbrown posted 08-08-2014 01:11 AM 1235 views 0 times favorited 6 replies Add to Favorites Watch
View bbrown's profile


173 posts in 2976 days

08-08-2014 01:11 AM

Topic tags/keywords: safety table saw

ONE SOLD, 1 REMAINING – $45 pus shipping

2 GR-100 GRR-Rippers for table saw safety. Precision woodworking hand pushing tool with adjustable/detachable components. Uses multiple grooved non-slip pads for strong gripping & holding power. Pushes & holds the work piece as the saw blade passes through either right or left tunnel. The handle, center leg & balance support are all fully adjustable.

$45 for one or $80 for two. No DVD.

List price is $65 for one or $109 for two.

It took a number of hours to assemble these two! They came in many pieces and it’s a job getting it all together – so that time will be saved. I just never used them, but many folks swear by them for ease of use and safety features.

Here’s more details, photos, etc. from Amazon (mine are assembled and brand new).....

-- Forest, Virginia ; Micah 6:8

6 replies so far

View Mark Shymanski's profile

Mark Shymanski

5300 posts in 3136 days

#1 posted 08-10-2014 02:20 AM

What didn’t you like about them?

-- "Checking for square? What madness is this! The cabinet is square because I will it to be so!" Jeremy Greiner LJ Topic#20953 2011 Feb 2

View jtm's profile


217 posts in 1060 days

#2 posted 08-10-2014 03:02 AM

I also want to add that I bought a grrripper a while back and almost never use it as well.

The problem is that you can’t use the guard on the saw. This isn’t so much a safety issue as it is a dust collection issue. My guard collects almost everything.

That said, there have been a number of times where I needed to make a small “dangerous” cut, and it was definitely nice to have.

I won’t be selling mine, that’s for sure.

View bbrown's profile


173 posts in 2976 days

#3 posted 08-17-2014 06:04 PM

Apologies, I just noticed that I had two replies.

Not so much that I did not like them. I spent a lot of time putting them together and just never used them. Not sure I have a good reason, except that perhaps it’s rare for me to be cutting very thin strips.

-- Forest, Virginia ; Micah 6:8

View Richard H's profile

Richard H

483 posts in 1104 days

#4 posted 08-17-2014 06:20 PM

@Jim, If you are cutting something large enough to leave the guard on you don’t really need the grrripers do you? I use them whenever I have to take the blade guard off my saw because of small cuts and they excel in that regard.

View sikrap's profile


1121 posts in 2782 days

#5 posted 08-17-2014 10:43 PM

I love mine. The only time they interfere with the guard is when the cut is too narrow for the Grr-ripper to ride between the guard and the fence. For narrow cuts, I don’t mind dealing with the dust. This is a great deal for anyone looking for a pair of these. They also work great on the jointer or router table.

-- Dave, Colonie, NY

View bbrown's profile


173 posts in 2976 days

#6 posted 08-18-2014 12:52 AM

One is sold.

I have one left for $45 plus shipping.



-- Forest, Virginia ; Micah 6:8

Have your say...

You must be signed in to reply.

DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ. LJ will not be held liable for the actions of any user.

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics