Resawing on a table saw can be scary and dangerous using regular push sticks, featherboards, and hands. The GRR-Ripper makes sure that you don't put yourself in jeopardy and makes sure you get the exact cut you want.
Slide 3 - Resawing the wrong way with the wrong tools.
The combination of both featherboards and push sticks causes problems as well. The top-down featherboard interferes with the push stick and the side featherboard cannot reach the stock. Plus, this is a aluminum top table saw, so magnetic featherboards won't work either.
Slide 7 - Advanced Model GRR-Ripper with an additional Stabilizing Plate for increased control.
For additional control, use a second stabilizing plate and a spacer to have two points of contact against the stock. Adds for additional user protection. The MJ Handle Bridge and second Stabilizing Plate are optional accessories for improved performance.
Slide 8 - Advanced Model GRR-Ripper with additional Stabilizing Plate and double MJ Deflector+Connectors
For maximum protection, use the GR-200 with an additional Stabilizing plate, MJ Handle Bridge, and two MJ Deflector+Conncectors. The two MJ Deflector+Connectors create an extra barrier between you and the saw blade from the front and back of the GRR-Ripper Control System.