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Item #: G0757
Model # G0757
With the ability to do either vertical or horizontal milling, this is one of the most versatile milling machines we sell. Even better—the vertical and horizontal spindles each have dedicated motors, so power and ability are not compromised when using either spindle. Convert to the horizontal setup by rotating the headstock 180° on the column and installing either of the two included horizontal arbors. Once in the horizontal configuration, you can do gang milling by installing multiple side and face mills on the arbor at one time, which ultimately can save huge amounts of time. Besides the usual X, Y, Z-axis travel—the table also rotates 45° left and right—providing even more versatility and control for workpiece positioning and travel. For vertical spindle positioning, the headstock tilts 90° left/right, swivels on the column, and has 11" of ram travel. Additionally, this machine features high-precision P5 spindle bearings, a built-in coolant system, halogen worklight, and a wide range of spindle speeds. With such a wide range of versatility and features, we think you'll agree that this machine could be one of the most functional machining centers in any shop!

Made in an ISO 9001 Factory


  • Vertical spindle motor: 3 HP, 220V, Single-phase
  • Horizontal spindle motor: 2 HP, 220V, Single-phase
  • Spindle taper: R-8
  • Spindle travel: 5"
  • Max. distance spindle to column: 26-3/4"
  • Max. distance spindle to table: 14-1/2"
  • Table size: 9-1/2" x 39-3/8"
  • Table travel (longitudinal): 23-1/2"
  • Table travel (cross): 8-1/2"
  • Knee travel (vertical): 12-1/2"
  • Table rotation: 45° left/right
  • Headstock turret or column swivel: 180°
  • Headstock tilt: 90° left/right
  • T-slots: Three 5/8" slots, 3" on center
  • Number of vertical spindle speeds: 9
  • Range of vertical spindle speeds: 285–2300 RPM
  • Number of horizontal spindle speeds: 8
  • Range of horizontal spindle speeds: 72–1300 RPM
  • Overall height: 81-7/8"
  • Base footprint: 35-1/2" x 20"
  • Approximate shipping weight: 2050 lbs.


  • Recycling coolant system
  • Longitudinal power feed
  • High-precision P5 spindle bearings
  • Halogen worklight
  • Arbor adapter, R-8 to MT #3
  • 1" and 1-1/4" horizontal arbors with spacers
  • 1–13mm drill chuck with key and arbor
  • MT #3 to MT #2 adapter sleeve
  • T-bolts with washers and nuts
  • Service tools and tool box

1 Customer Review (4 out of 5 stars) : Sign in to write a review

Nice Mill, had some issues but never stopped production 03/05/2018 9:48:11 PM

I've bought this mill in June of 2014. It has served me well in both the vertical and horizontal modes. Lead screw backlash on all axes was a little excessive when brand new but I've updated it with an after-market DRO which has increased accuracy greatly. Despite years of good service, it has had some issues: The first issue when it was brand new was the power feed travel stop only worked on direction. Guess how I found out? I replaced the sensor and changed the wiring to the power feed drive motor so the stop now functions in both directions. The second issue occurred a little after a year of service, the Power pushbutton light went out. Pushbutton still worked so I was not too concerned. No way to just replace the bulb and the replacement pushbutton from Grizzly is not a lighted pushbutton. Last issue was the coolant pump, which I recently discovered. I had been using mist coolant up until recently. At some time during the last 4 years the cheap thin-wall plastic El connecting the pump to the hose broke off. Not sure how, didn't care because I wasn't using it. I had to correct the problem when shifting to coolant. Learned the connection is 3/8" NPT to 1/2" barb so replaced the El with a brass one. In the process I discovered two of the coolant pump motor bolts did not have nuts. By the paint on the motor bolt threads, it looked like they never had nuts. You wouldn't know this condition unless you took the pump shield off and pulled the pump from the sump. I installed two M4 nuts and reassembled the pump with a new brass El. When the unit was brand new, one of the locking handles on the cross-feed was difficult to operate, that was corrected by running a tap in the hole and a die over the handle bolt.

Since none of these issues stopped production, I class them more as an annoyance and something to expect on a machine at this price level.