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Jet® Deluxe Xacta 3HP 10'' Table Saw w/30'' Fence

Item #: 28604
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If you've ever wondered about what a table saw can really do, look no further. Introducing the new JET® 10" DELUXE XACTA® SAW. The Quick release riving knife and integrated arbor lock keeps the operator safe and more efficient. The DELUXE XACTA® SAW offers an upgraded Poly-V belt drive system for smooth operation and optimal power transfer, a fully shrouded blade for highly efficient dust collection. The 26" x 30" wings and deeper table gives you even more cast iron to work on. A built-in 12.5" x 18" x 4 " storage drawer sealed from the cabinet keeps your necessities within arms reach, also includes an on-board fence and miter gauge storage.
  • EXCLUSIVE 30" Commercial XACTA® Fence II with T-square design
  • Quick release riving knife greatly reduces binding/kickback risk
  • Push button arbor lock (patent pending) for rapid blade change
  • Shrouded Blade increases dust collection efficiency
  • Standard 11" left and right cast iron extension wings provides the largest table surface in its class
  • Poly-V drive belt system delivers efficient, quiet operation
  • Rail-mounted magnetic switch is easy to reach and provides overload protection
  • Enclosed cabinet with built-in sealed storage drawer
  • Hinged motor cover on cabinet gives quick access to the motor and belts
  • Deluxe miter gauge with adjustable positive stops and large soft grip handles provides large crosscutting capacity and accurate miters
  • Heavy-duty chrome plated handwheels contribute to smooth trunnion/arbor movement
  • Built-in 4" port for dust collection
  • Precision ground high luster cast iron table tops with front edge bevel for hassle-free workpiece positioning
  • Left tilt, Wide stance heavy-duty trunnion for stability and smooth blade positioning
  • Independent leaf safety guard protects operator from blade while cutting, even at 45° tilt
  • Arbor wrench
  • Powder coated paint for a long-lasting, chip-resistant finish

Tech Spec

Brand Jet
Manufacturer Part Number 708674PK
Weight (lbs) 490.0000
Arbor Size 5/8"
Dust Collection 4" Port
Maximum Depth of Cut 3"
Height 34"

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This is Jet's newest cabinet saw....

Michael S from Brookline, MA Posted May 2, 2008
This is Jet's newest cabinet saw. It's one step below the Powermatic 2000 from the same parent firm. Both have a riving knife and a brilliantly designed, easy to use guard rather than the usual clumsy one-piece splitter/guard that begs not to be used. The Jet comes on a pallet and weighs about 400 lbs. The cabinet is bolted to the pallet. Get delivery from a lift gate truck, or load it on a pickup and rent an appliance dolly (the type with straps) to get it safely off the tailgate. We did that, and to lighten it we removed the accessories and took off the table, which weighs maybe 80 lbs. (If you do that, leave the Styrofoam support for the motor to brace it against the inevitable jarring and watch for brass shims under the table and note which corner they come from. They look like thin brass washers. My saw had two and they were needed to level the table when it was reinstalled. And take the time to align the miter slot to the saw blade very precisely.) This is a 220 volt tool. You'll need at least a 20 amp 220 circuit for the 14.5 amp 3 HP motor. Jet doesn't include a pigtail for connection to a 220 line, but the saw has a standard 3-wire connection block. The saw uses metric fasteners, so you need 12 mm and 17 mm sockets and 3 mm and 6 mm hex wrenches to set it up. I needed to adjust the 90 and 45 degree stops for the tilt mechanism. They're accessible, although it's not easy to get at the 45 degree stop. The cabinet doesn't come with adjustable feet, which seems very strange. (Is everyone's floor supposed to be dead level?) The table sits only 34 high. There's no way to thread adjustable feet into the bottom of the cabinet, since it has only two holes, tapped for the 12 mm that hold it to the shipping pallet. I built a platform with adjustable feet and set it level to the 36 tables elsewhere in the workshop. The manual is clear and well illustrated. The cast iron table and extensions aligned perfectly flat horizontally without any shims, and the tilt and elevation mechanism are solid and smooth. The easily removable blade guard and splitter/riving knife are very well designed, although you should check alignment of the riving knife when you first set up, and if you change saw blade types. The miter gauge is the bare minimum the sort of thing you get with a much less expensive saw. There's a 4 outlet at the back that's easily attached to a dust collector and the design works well with a 1-1/2 HP dusts collector. The power switch has a magnetic relay so it shuts off if the current dips or goes down (which happens often in rural NH, where my workshop is.) That prevents it from starting up again inadvertently when the power comes back on. But the switch lacks a removable key or a magnetic disc, so it can't be disabled to keep it from being started by the nearest six year old. The switch also needs to be pushed with a finger to shut the saw off rather than having a paddle-like stop that can be pushed with a thigh. It's not hard to make an add-on paddle stop, but those are strange omissions for a saw whose big selling point vs. similar cabinet saws is safety -- the safer anti-kickback advantage of a riving knife.Once you start cutting, the quality is obvious adjustments feel solid, things align perfectly, and there's no vibration. The 3 HP motor sliced through 3 of fir with absolutely no hesitation and it feels much more capable than the one on my old Delta contractor's saw. I have an after-market fence (an Incra) so I can't vouch for the included Jet Xacta fence, but it's heavy and it looks solid. The Jet Deluxe Xacta is not quite a Powermatic 2000. And there are a couple of things missing from the Jet that shouldn't be levelers and a removable key for the switch. It's hundreds less expensive than a Powermatic. It's a solid modern cabinet saw, and it's a good value.

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