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Micro Jig GRR-Ripper System Advanced

One of Wood Magazine's favorite safety products! Read the article.

The main body has T-slots everywhere, making the handle, legs, and other components adjustable to the ideal configuration for different types of cuts on lumber of various sizes.It's a huge improvement over push blocks or push sticks that are one-size-fits-all-operations.There are plenty of places to attach both Micro Jig and user-made accessories, so the possibilities are endless.

Compared to the Basic GRR-Ripper, the GR-200 Advanced System features an enlarged footprint and more possible configurations by adding an adjustable spacer on one side and a large stabilizing pad on the other. The underside of the adjustable spacer increases the total amount of sticky rubber by about 50% over the basic model.

The GRR-Ripper's unique features include:

Super-tacky rubber gives you greater control with less effort and pressure.

Rather than having a simple flat underside, the GRR-Ripper has three rubber-coated legs with adjustable space in between.When working on a table saw with narrow lumber, the blade passes through the space between the legs, giving you full control of both the part you're saving and the offcut to help prevent kickback.

The narrow legs allow cutting strips as narrow as 1/4" between the fence and blade.

The body of the GRR-Ripper serves as a physical barrier between the cutter and both of your hands at all times.

The adjustable balance support on one side eliminates a conventional push block's tendency to tip off the side of narrow lumber.

A broad range of Micro Jig accessories allows virtually unlimited configurations to maximize safety for every routing, sawing, or jointing operation.

Get two GRR-Rippers and use them hand-over-hand for long boards, and don't forget to add a Micro Jig Splitter to your saw for additional kickback protection!
Micro Jig GRR-Ripper System Basic


One of Wood Magazine's favorite safety products! Read the article.

This is way more than a push block! The GRR-Ripper is a thoroughly engineered system that can dramatically improve your safety and control over a broad range of machine operations.

The main body has T-slots everywhere, making the handle, legs, and other components adjustable to the ideal configuration for different types of cuts on lumber of various sizes.It's a huge improvement over push blocks or push sticks that are one-size-fits-all-operations.There are plenty of places to attach both Micro Jig and user-made accessories, so the possibilities are endless.

The GRR-Ripper's unique features include:

Super-tacky rubber gives you greater control with less effort and pressure.

Rather than having a simple flat underside, the GRR-Ripper has three rubber-coated legs with adjustable space in between.When working on a table saw with narrow lumber, the blade passes through the space between the legs, giving you full control of both the part you're saving and the offcut to help prevent kickback.

The narrow legs allow cutting strips as narrow as 1/4" between the fence and blade.

The body of the GRR-Ripper serves as a physical barrier between the cutter and both of your hands at all time.

The adjustable balance support on one side eliminates a conventional push block's tendency to tip off the side of narrow lumber.

Get two GRR-Rippers and use them hand-over-hand for long boards! The MJGR-200 model features more surface area and a hook that that can be set up along one edge for easier hand-over-hand use don't forget to add a Micro Jig Splitter to your saw for additional kickback protection!


GRR-RIPPER Gravity Heel Kit Micro Jig GRR-Ripper Handle Bridge Micro Jig Deflector/Connector for the GRR-Ripper

Micro Jig GRR-Ripper Handle Bridge

Here's a handy accessory for MJGR-100 and MJGR-200 GRR-Ripper models. It's a pair of arched pieces that install between the handle and the main body to help distribute downward pressure across the entire width of the body. Rather than frequently repositioning the handle for different GRR-Ripper configurations, the Handle Bridge allows excellent control from a single handle position. The handle can easily be skewed for comfort, as well.

As a bonus, the Handle Bridge includes a template and mounting hardware for attaching a trailing hook. Having the hook driving the trailing edge of the board through the cut lets you focus more making the cut itself
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