Grizzly G0732 Contractor Table Saw Review
Now today I wanted to look at the Grizzly G0732 Contractor table saw. Described as being ideally suited for the job site or home shop. It has an open steel stand and rigid steel wings (as opposed to cast iron) and it weighs in at a hefty 198 lbs, Its not the heaviest contractor table saw around, but You’ll struggle lifting this one on your own. However, combine this with the mobile base (D2057A) and you’ll have a good sized saw that can easily be moved around your workshop, which is great for people where workshop space is limited.
|Width (side-to-side) x Depth (front-to-back) x Height.
|54-3/4 x 38-1/4 x 43 in.
|Footprint (Length x Width)
|28 x 28 in.
|110V or 220V, Single-Phase, 60 Hz
|Full-Load Current Rating
|11.5A at 110V, 5.7A at 220V
|Minimum Circuit Size
|15A at 110V, 15A at 220V
|Power Cord Length
|Power Cord Gauge
|Included Plug Type
|5-15 for 110V
|Paddle Safety Switch w/Removable Key
|TEFC Capacitor-Start Induction
|Shielded & Permanently Lubricated
|Table Saw Type
|Maximum Blade Diameter
|Maximum Width of Dado
|Blade Tilt Direction
|Max Blade Tilt.
|Maximum Depth of Cut At 90 Degrees
|Maximum Depth of Cut At 45 Degrees
|Max Rip Right of Blade w/Included Fence & Rails.
|Max Rip Left of Blade w/Included Fence & Rails
Additional Blade Information
|Included Blade Information
|10″ x 40T
|Riving Knife/Spreader Thickness
|Required Blade Body Thickness
|Required Blade Kerf Thickness
|Rim Speed at Max Blade Diameter
|Floor to Table Height.
|Table Size with Extension Wings Width
|Table Size with Extension Wings Depth
|Distance Front of Table to Center of Blade
|Distance Front of Table to Blade At Maximum Cut
|Main Table Size Thickness
|Camlock T-Shape w/Aluminum Face
|Fence Size Length
|Fence Size Width
|Fence Size Height
|Fence Rail Type
|Fence Rail Length
|Fence Rail Width
|Fence Rail Height
Miter Gauge Information
|Miter Gauge Slot Type
|Miter Gauge Slot Size Width
|Miter Gauge Slot Size Height
|Precision-Ground Cast Iron
|Steel and Aluminum
|Miter Guage Construction
|Steel and Clear Plastic
|Body/Cabinet Paint Type/Finish
|Sealed & Permanently Lubricated
Other Related Information
|Dust Port Size
- Quick-Release Blade Guard and Spreader
- Quick Release Riving Knife
- 2-1/2″ Dust Port
- Aluminum Miter Gauge
- Extruded Aluminum Camlock fence with Micro-Adjust Feature
- Align-A-Cut Marker for Easily Aligning Workpiece Cutline with Blade
- Encapsulated Blade Assembly for Efficient Dust Extraction
- Zero-Clearance Table Insert Included
- Included Push Stick
- Included 10″ x 40T Carbide-Tipped Blade
Size and Weight
The Grizzly G0732 has a very generous 45″ x 25 1/4″ cast iron and rigid steel table top. The fence rail extends an extra 10 inches to the right of the rigid steel extension wings, giving you an overall width of 54 3/4″ The maximum rip width to the right of the blade is a very respectable 30″. You also have 12″ rip capacity to the left of the blade.
The saw weighs in at a hefty 198 lbs which means you will definitely need help if you need to lift this saw. But combine the G0732 with a mobile base and you will easily be able to roll this around your workshop.
Blades & Dado’s
The G0732 comes with a decent 10″ 40 tooth saw blade that is enclosed in a dust proof shroud. This minimises dust getting into the saw and makes dust collection below the saw more efficient. The blade height can be adjusted using the wheel on the front of the saw and locked in place by turning the center locking nut on the height wheel, the angle is controlled using a separate hand wheel on the right of the saw. There is an adjustable stop that allows you to quickly return the saw to 90 degrees.
The G0732 will accept any standard 10 inch table saw blade that uses a 5/8″ arbor. This saw will also accept a dado blade up to 13/16″ wide.
The G0732 has a tool free blade guard system made of steel and plastic and takes seconds to remove or install. In consists of blade guard riving knife and anti kickback pawls. It’s recommended to make use of the guard for all through cuts. The blade guard has two independent plastic side guards that rise and fall with the material being cut, which increases protection from blade contact injuries. If you need to make a non through cut you can remove the blade guard and fit an independent riving knife. As with the blade guard the riving knife can be fitted without the use of tools. The riving knife rises and falls as the blade is raised and lowered and stops wood pinching the blade or twisting away from the fence and coming into contact with the back of the blade which can lead to kick back. The large paddle style switch is located on the left side of the fence rail for easy and quick access.
Fence & Miter
The fence on the G0732 is a very sturdy front and back cam locking style fence. It runs very smoothly on the measured fence rail. It has a micro adjustment knob that allows you to make fine adjustments to the fence before you lock it in with the main locking lever.
The Grizzly G0732 comes with a very good aluminium T Style miter gauge It is a standard 3/4″ wide by 3/8″ high so if you want something different than the supplied gauge you will be able to choose one of the many brilliant after market gauges.
The Grizzly G0732 has a very capable 1.5 HP belt driven induction motor that spins at 3600 rpm, It’s a single phase machine which is prewired for 110 volts but will run on 220 volts. The instructions on how to do this can be found in the user manual available on the Grizzly website, which can be found here
The Grizzly G0732 is a very good contractor table saw, as you would expect expect from a company like Grizzly, The smoothness and stability you get from a heavy cast iron table combined with a strong and quiet induction motor will definitely tick a lot of boxes with many woodworkers. It brilliantly bridges the gap between the small and light brush motored portable table saws and the larger hybrid/cabinet table saws.
You can find out more about this table saw on the Grizzly website
The video below is a very good review of the features of the Grizzly g0732