Grizzly G0555 Ultimate 14" Bandsaw

WOOD magazine rating


* Deluxe heavy-duty stand
* 1 HP motor
* Upper and lower ball bearing blade guides are standard
* All ball bearing construction
* 4" dust port
* Includes one 3/8" blade, fence and miter gauge
* 2 speeds
* Fence scale with magnifying window
* Optional Riser block kit (H3051,$80) available.
* Cutting capacity/throat: 13-1/2"
* Maximum cutting height: 6"
* Overall size: 66-1/2"H x 26-3/8"W x 30-1/4"D
* Table height above floor: 43-5/16"
* Table tilt: 45° right, 10° left
* Frame construction: Cast iron
* Table construction: Precision ground cast iron
* Fence construction: Deluxe extruded aluminum
* Wheels: Fully balanced cast aluminum with rubber tires
* Motor: 1 HP, TEFC, 110V / 220V single phase, 1725 RPM
* Amps: 10@110V / 5@220V
* Blade speeds: 1500 & 3200 FPM
* Blade size: 92 1/2 - 93-1/2" (1/8" to 3/4" wide)
* Table size: 14" x 14"
* Approximate shipping weight. 210 lbs

WOOD magazine review

This saw performs like pricier, better-outfitted saws

Review Summary

High Points: Demonstrated the least amount of blade deflection, about 1/32", in our test of 8 entry-level 14" bandsaws. Blade-tension quick-release lever makes blade changes quicker and could extend the life of your blades and tires. Comes with a miter gauge, and its sturdy rip fence with easy-to-use scale was the best in this test. Microadjustable ball-bearing blade guides help it cut tight curves. Table tilts 45° right and 10° left, enabling you to cut high-angled dovetails.
Low Points: Its 6' power cord is shortest in the test of eight. More Points: Bearing-style blade guides with microadjusters work well but take longer to adjust. Not the most powerful saw in the test, but cuts accurately and has nice features for its price.

Detailed Ratings

out of 5





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