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Jet® 10'' Jointer/Planer Combo w/Open Stand

Item #
32867
Rating:
66% of 100

Looking for a powerful jointer and planer in your shop or on the go? Look no further than the new JET® B3NCH 10" Benchtop Jointer/Planer Combo. This powerhouse gives you the 1-2 punch of features usually only found on big floor models. Precision adjustment knobs, a telescoping blade guard, and a large dust port are only a few of the features that make this jointer/planer a must-have for your home shop.


Features:
  • Combination bench top jointer & planer provides a 2 in 1 machine to maximize work space
  • Rigid steel stand allows jointer planer to transition from the bench top to the floor
  • Compact bench top design fits conveniently in small shop environments
  • Integrated cord wrap makes transporting easy and ensures workshop safety
  • Heavy Duty 13 Amp motor for various cutting applications
  • Two high speed steel knives for precise, smooth cuts
  • Oversized, ergonomic knobs provide ease of use and maximum control
  • Large aluminum extruded fence makes joining stable and precise
  • Sheet metal out feed table with height adjustment supports long work pieces and helps reduce snipe
  • Planing and joining tables lock to ensure precision cutting
  • Precision ground table top ensures a smooth, straight cut
  • There is an additional $60.00 shipping charge for this item.
  • Ships directly from the manufacturer.
  • Must be shipped within 48 Contiguous United States.
  • Estimated Delivery time: 15 business days.
  • 15% restocking fee on all returned merchandise.
  • The carrier will need to know if delivery is to a residential address. There is no charge for this
  • Please call customer service before returning product.
(1) Jet® 10'' Jointer/Planer Combo w/Open Stand
More Information
Brand Jet
Manufacturer Part Number 707410
Weight 0.0000
Tech Spec
  • 5 Year Warranty
Tech Docs
Jointer Cutterhead Speed 9000 RPM
Dust Collection 4" Port
HP No
Size 10"
3.3 / 5.0
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10" jet jointer/planer
Somewhat disappointed in the internal workings of this machine...i just downsized from a Jet JP 208 & in under 3 hrs of use, the feeder drive began to seize due to a steel on steel bushing & insufficient lubrication. I was luckily able to diagnose it before the main drive belt was completely worn through...needless to say, it is still operational @ less than 5 hrs old.
The cut quality is surprisingly clean for a 2 blade unit and the versatility is a plus in a small package, but I am afraid I will not be able to parallel the jointer tables & definitely won't be able to keep them that way if I can achieve that...precise long stock edging IS NOT an option for this machine, but I will certainly adapt to it's limitations.
May 26, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Very useful in home workshop if on budget
Unlike others, mine went together and works well. The outfeed table requires a little trial and error adjustment, but one right seems to have held the alignment. Blades a little tricky to adjust, again needing trial and error, but once set seems to remain aligned. I have had no power issues, even with hard maple, but can clearly hear that the machine is working hard. Waste ejection not very good, but hooking to a shop vacuum helps. I also must occasionally use a blower to clear the waste chip, or cut quality deteriorates. For an old guy on SS, it is this or no jointer & planer at all. I am happy to have this, and it works fine in my garage workshop. It is clearly not up to production or jobsite duty however.
March 3, 2014
The design and precision of workmanship...
The design and precision of workmanship of some aspects of this machine leave a lot to be desired. The upside to me is the compact size, since I have limited space in my basement workshop. I had a similar issue as the previous poster, with the front edge of the infeed table about 1/16 lower than the back edge, and no way to adjust this. Fortunately the two tables were relatively flat in the longitudinal axis (left-to-right), i.e. just a little bit of a break in alignment across the blades. To fix the back-to-front alignment, I custom machined some small parts to replace the factory-made ones (infeed table spacer, part # JJP8BT-51), and also converted the infeed table from a depth-adjustable one to one that is fixed in depth at about 1/16 , to enable me to adjust the alignment accurately. By design, the infeed table is suspended on two rods that pass between the front and back frame panels and through four infeed table spacers that ride in grooves cut into the frame. These grooves are angled at about 19 degrees downwards and to the right of the machine. Per design, adjusting the depth of cut involves moving the infeed table in or out towards or away from the blades, and in the process sliding the spacers with the rods slightly up or down in their grooves. These infeed table spacers consist of a square side that rides in the grooves, and a concentric cylinder that fits into holes in the infeed table. By machining four replacement parts so that the cylinder part is placed eccentrically with respect to the square part, I was able to lift the infeed table in the front and drop it in the back, resulting in a more level infeed table. Since the two tables were relatively flat in the longitudinal axis, and I had to adjust it only in one plane, I made the two front spacers identical to each other, and the same with the two back ones. Had the alignment been off across the blades in addition, I'd have had to figure out how much to adjust the sideways alignment and make the left spacers different from their right mates. In the process, I machined spacers that fit more snugly than the originals, eliminating some of the loose play of the infeed table in the original design. By also tightening the front nuts on the suspension rods, I fixed the front firmly to the frame, and left the back free to move as in the original. Now, small adjustments of the height adjustment knob rock the back edge of the infeed table slightly in or out and up or down, and allow for very accurate calibration. It took me a few evenings after work to make the replacement spacers, but the materials used were cheap. I used a ¼ x ¾ steel welding bar obtained from a DIY store, a drill press, a handheld rotating metal cutting tool, some files, an electronic depth gauge and an electronic caliper. Assembly requires removing the front and back covers, the drive chain and the two suspension rods with all their little parts (unplug it first!). It may be a little easier to just return the whole thing, but I figured the next one would probably not be that much different.
November 17, 2009
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I chose this because of the combination toolset
Matthew C on Mar 30, 2018
like the combo idea
Randy F on Mar 31, 2016
I chose this because of the combination toolset
Matthew C on Mar 30, 2018
The fact it was a combination router/planer made big difference. I am a hobbyist and spending the money for two different single purpose machines did not make sense for me. I really needed the jointer so I can get square edges. It was the most important but having the planner was just a nice addition.
David T on Sep 13, 2016
like the combo idea
Randy F on Mar 31, 2016
The fact it was a combination router/planer made big difference. I am a hobbyist and spending the money for two different single purpose machines did not make sense for me. I really needed the jointer so I can get square edges. It was the most important but having the planner was just a nice addition.
David T on Sep 13, 2016
How good is the table machining compared to the higher end Jet Jointers?
Jim C on Dec 7, 2016
is it 110 volt?
dal w on Mar 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: yes it is