Grizzly G0815 - 15" Heavy-Duty Planer
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- Motor: 3 HP, 240V, single-phase, 14A
- Maximum cutting width: 15"
- Maximum stock thickness: 6-3/8"
- Minimum stock thickness: 1/4"
- Minimum stock length: 6-3/8"
- Maximum cutting depth: 3/16"
- Feed rate: 16 and 30 FPM
- Cutterhead diameter: 3"
- Number of knives: 3 HSS
- Knife size: 15" x 1" x 1/8"
- Cutterhead speed: 5000 RPM
- Infeed roller: solid serrated steel
- Table size: 20-1/8" x 15" x 3-1/2"
- Overall dimensions: 32" wide x 23-1/2" high x 28" deep
- Footprint: 20" x 20-1/2"
- Approximate shipping weight: 382 lbs.
- Please see T27650 for the optional stand
- Magnetic switch with thermal overload protection
- Headstock locks prevent movement while planing
- 4" Dust port
- Precision-ground cast-iron table
- Retractable lifting handles
- Rubber outfeed roller
- Serrated steel infeed roller
- Drive gears run in oil bath
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I took a chance buying the brand-new Grizzly G0815 planer, and I'm glad I did. It replaces my 40-year-old Parks 12" planer, and the Grizzly exceeds the Parks in every department--quality of cut, noise and vibration levels, and dust collection. There is one odd design feature about the Grizzly--no bed rollers--but this is actually an advantage, because it almost guarantees no snipe (out-of-adjustment bed rollers are usually the culprit). Because I always surface one side before sending the piece through the planer, the rollers won't be missed. A few less-than-ideal details: the chain and sprocket drive for the headstock lifting mechanism is completely enclosed and can't be accessed for lubrication unless you unbolt the machine and lift it off the stand. Also, the dust hood port points to the left; as luck would have it, I needed it to exit on the right, so in order to reverse the hood, I had to make a new mounting flange out of 1/16" alum. The machine weighs 340 lbs--unless you have a fork lift in your shop, you'll need (4) guys to lift on to the stand.
I manufacture wood shutters from Poplar and make a lot of mouldings..
I have had the DW733 for very long then more recently purchased 2 - DW735's to run as an over and under opposed feed system for faster production.. running moulding blanks both directions at the same time.. with carbide knives on both 735's..
As far as steel knives go the DW 733 has better than the DW 735... because they are thick and last.. so I use the carbide on the DW 735's.. but I can only take 1/64" on ~11" material.. at the faster feed rate ..
SO I BOUGHT THIS G0815 15" planer to use as a rough planer to help size my moulding blanks faster.. AS A PRODUCTION PLANER..
IT HAS MADE A HUGE DIFFERENCE production wise.. I size them down with one pass each side then final them with the 735's that are set up for precise final surfacing..
I have not tried the G0815 for finish on the slower feed rate just for production on the faster feed rate and it has big power.. ..
I removed the limiter will plane 1" to 3/4 in 2 passes.. 2 - 6" boards at a time.. no prob..
Love the steel blades they hold up fine I have run thousands of feet with no issue..
I always go easy on a new set of blades ,, slow feed light cut.. just to break them in..
This thing is a monster I have it on a roller cart with exit roller table attached
This planer has sped up my operation tremendously.. I use it to make money..