Is it time to step up the game and expand your shop’s capability? The 14-inch Grizzly G0764Z Sliding Table Saw delivers crosscutting up to 126” and a maximum rip capacity of 134” x 124”. With a 10hp motor, powered by 220V or 440V, and a 14” blade , the Grizzly sliding table saw rips through the largest sheet goods with ease.
Grizzly G0764Z Sliding Table Saw Features
Not only does the Grizzly G0764Z enable an expansive width and length capability, it also has a 4-1/8” maximum depth of cut for handling your thickest materials. To keep dust to a minimum, a 5” cabinet-mounted dust port collects the cutting remnants, as well as a 2-1/2” dust port mounts to the large overhead, fully adjustable blade guard. An additional scoring blade, controlled independently, helps to eliminate tear-out. To maximize production efficiency, the Grizzly G0764Z sliding table saw includes two flip stops on the crosscutting fence.
The rip fence is micro-adjustable, hence providing a precise end-product. Heat-treated steel ways and a steel ball guide system allows for a smooth sliding table. In addition to 90° maximum depth cuts, this Grizzly G0764Z also includes an alloy crosscut fence, so the user can achieve right and left 45° miter cutting. Finally, to keep the users safe, the blade cover includes a safety limit switch.
- Main motor: 10HP, 220V/440V*, 3-phase
- Full load amps: 26A/13A
- Main blade size: 14″
- Main blade tilt: 0-45°
- Depth of cut at 90°: 4-1/8″
- Depth of cut at 45°: 2-7/8″
- Main blade speed: 3000, 4000, 5000 RPM
- Main blade arbor: 1″
- Scoring motor: 1HP, 220V/440V*, 3-phase
- Blade size – Scoring: 4-3/4″
- Arbor – Scoring Blade: 20mm
- Speed – Scoring Blade: 8000 RPM
- Tilt – Scoring Blade: 0-45°
- Sliding table size: 14″ x 126″
- Maximum rip capacity: 134″ x 124″
- Crosscutting length: 124″
- Overall dimensions: 202″W x 65″H x 133″D
- Approximate shipping weight: 1643 lb.
Whenever a sliding table saw discussion ensues, this typically means your shop is growing, or the products being produced are getting larger. Either way, it should equate to more money coming in the door. Purchasing a saw like the 14-inch Grizzly sliding table saw can help a shop not only produce larger goods, but it can also help in efficiency. At a price around $8,000, this is no small investment; however, this price is much friendlier than other options. We hope to soon get our hands on one of these Grizzly G0764Z sliding table saws, so we can have one of our professionals give it a good shakedown.
If you need Grizzly G0764Z in 440V, Grizzly must convert the machine at the time of purchase in order to maintain the machine’s warranty.
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