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Hi. I have an item that I do not know what it is used for or with what tool. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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It's a top trim attachment for a Grizzly or similar miter trimmer:
Top-Trim Attachment for G1690 Miter Trimmer | Grizzly Industrial

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Never would have figured that one out!

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Yup, Griz miter trimmer accessory.

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Never would have figured that one out!
I wouldn't have either--but I bought a used miter trimmer last spring, and that thing was in the box but not covered in the manual. So, I had to do a little searching, but at least I had a hunch it went with the miter trimmer. By itself, or in a pile--wouldn't have known where to start!!
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If you're going to make frames, you must have a miter trimmer. I think they must all be made in the same factory, the are all identical and follow the original Lion model, which I understand was first made around 1880. Great tool! But be very careful around those blades, grab the wrong part and OUCH!!

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Welcome to the forum Joe.

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