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Jet® Dust Collector 1HP w/Bag Filter (DC 650-BK)

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JET Model DC 650-BK dust collectors hook up to one to three machines at a time for optimum dust cleaning. Each 650 Series dust collector comes equipped with a quick-install collection bag, single-stage design for economical and quiet operation, four casters for maneuverability and total portability, and permanently lubricated, fully enclosed, fan-cooled motors for continuous duty.

  • Hook up one to three machines for optimum dust cleaning
  • Quick-install collection bag makes emptying and re-attaching a snap
  • Single-stage design for economical and quiet operation
  • Includes four casters for maneuverability and total portability
  • Permanently lubricated, totally enclosed, fan-cooled motors are rated for continuous duty
(1) Jet® Dust Collector 1HP w/Bag Filter (DC 650-BK)
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Brand Jet
Manufacturer Part Number 708642BK
Weight 91.0000
Amps 7/3.5
Sound Rating 65 - 70 dB
Volts 115
Height 18"
Length 32"
Width 15-1/2"
Warranty 3 Year
Capacity 2.1 Cubic Feet
Flow Rate 650 CFM
Filter Type Bag
4.0 / 5.0
21 Reviews
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Dust collection
Best decision so far for my little shop
June 21, 2020
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great dust collector for a small shop
This works great in my small shop
May 19, 2020
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Her Dust Collector System
This system is the best decision I've made in a long time! Works like a dream and there is no clean up needed!!!
September 26, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
dust collector
Does a very good job. Very little dust escapes and most of that id from the blade above the table. Runs much quieter than my shop vac. I added a remote start stop from the hardware store for $11.00. works great.
May 25, 2018
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
I have used this with my bandsaw, orbital sander, drill press and router table. It has cut my dust down to mere nothing. Should have gotten something like this much sooner.
January 22, 2018
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works great and very easy to assemble.
October 20, 2017
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great reliable machine does great job for my shop needs
January 26, 2017
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works as intended
I purchased one of these a year ago to deal with sanding dust on my wood lathe, I installed it with 4" PVC pipe with 5 pickup points, all but one being 2" diameter ribbed flex hose. The wood lathe has 4" ribbed flex hose. I built a large particle separator using a Rockler kit and a 30 gallon metal drum. I also ran ground wire throughout the system. Each pickup point has a slide gate allowing it to be closed off when not in use. In addition to the wood lathe, I am collecting dust and sawdust from my: Band saw, spindle sander, cut off saw and table saw. I purchased the 2 micron canister for use with the collector.

I also got the wireless remote switch. I glued a magnet to the switch, and move it to which ever tool I am using at the time. Works great.

In use at the wood lathe the capture distance for sanding dust is around 6" with good velocity. You can see it work. It has on occasion sucked the sand paper right out of my hand. I do not use it for collecting turning chips from the lathe, however it is collecting mostly saw dust from the other tools. Things are staying cleaner in my shop, and I have not gotten sick from the sometimes toxic wood dust since I started using this. It is the most expensive tool in my shop, and well worth the expense.

The reviews stating that there is less pull than a shop vac, likely did not do their homework when planning the installation.
November 18, 2016
Woodworking Experience:
Pretty good, small inconvenience.
Runs great, quiet, and easy to move around. The only thing I’m not found of is it tends to plug at the hose connection. Small twigs or a leaf get in there it’ll plug and I’ll have to remove hose to get it back to working at full strength. Did fine with planer shavings and regualr dust collection.
June 14, 2020
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Economical and Reliable Dust Collector
I've owned a Jet DC 650-BK Dust Collector for nine years. It successfully extracts dust and chips from my table saw, planer, joiner and band saw.


1) Easy to assemble
2) Fairly easy to move between machines
3) Powerful suction
4) Reasonably quiet


1) A little top heavy
2) Casters should be larger, and of better quality. (Product doesn't roll as well as it should.)
3) Emptying bag is a bit tedious until you get used to it.

These are minor quibbles--overall, this dust collector is a good value for the money. I'd buy it again.
January 15, 2020
Woodworking Experience:
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
need something more then wet dry vac and jet seems to be a good company
Jdblack79 . on Apr 24, 2020
Reputable company
Charles S on Dec 2, 2019
need something more then wet dry vac and jet seems to be a good company
Jdblack79 . on Apr 24, 2020
Jet quality
Nick A on Jan 19, 2020
Reputable company
Charles S on Dec 2, 2019
matches my needs, use 4x36 sander, lathe, 10” band saw and 12” drill press.
Robert M on Mar 5, 2019
good price, meets my needs
AARON M on Nov 26, 2018
need one
Ricky H on Nov 23, 2018
Best value for the price.
Darrell K on Jul 17, 2017
i need it and was the perfect way to help
James on Mar 23, 2017
Waaaaay too much dust. This has really been a tremendous help in reducing that. My shop is my garage, so having this on wheels makes it easy to get the vacuum where I need it.
STEVE L on Dec 17, 2016
discounted, fits shop limited floor space. Works well. Good purchase.
Larry H on Aug 8, 2016
was all I could afford
james c on May 4, 2016
I sent it back because it did not work correctly
David H on Jan 1, 2016
I wanted to upgrade my vac. system.
DAVID I on Oct 12, 2015
Maker reputation. Good, quiet solution for my small shop dust collection. Portability was a must.
James on Apr 26, 2015
Jet quality
Nick A on Jan 19, 2020
matches my needs, use 4x36 sander, lathe, 10” band saw and 12” drill press.
Robert M on Mar 5, 2019
What is included with the Jet DC-650 unit, and what else is needed to make it fully operable in a small shop environment - table saw, planer, chop saw, band saw, etc.?
Indigo on Nov 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: So basically you get the dust collector only. You will need to purchase the hose and any fittings or adapters for each of your tools. The 4" hose that is expandable is great if you are only using one tool at a time. You can swap from tool to tool. Otherwise you may want look at a small dust collection setup. I have used mine for each of the tools you mentioned and am very pleased.
What size hose?
A shopper on Apr 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This uses a 4" diameter hose ( not included).
How does this machine compare in noise to others of this size?
Susan B on Jun 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Much quieter than our shop vac. We have been very pleased with this machine.
I just moved and now have the ability to convert to 220. Is it worth doing that?
Gordie on Feb 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Depends on how much you use it and the cost of conversion. There is a small efficiency improvement when going to 240v of maybe ~2-3% due to lower I^2/R losses (current heating) in the motor. A quick estimate: the dust collector runs for 100 hours, draws 0.75 kW/h (~1 HP) and power costs $0.22/kWh ==> operating cost $16.50. A 3% efficiency improvement would reduce that power bill by about $0.50. Taking that to extremes: running the dust collector continuously for 1 year (8760 hours) would cost ~$1450 for power and the conversion might reduce that by $43.50. So, not worthwhile except possibly in a production shop.
Can this unit be reduced to 2 1/2" hose?
A shopper on Jul 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: One could use a 4"-2 1/2" hose reducer but keep the 2 1/2" section as short as possible.
Can these be used to collect from a CNC router?
Maurizio G on Feb 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I do not have a CNC router. But the collector system works very well with my planer. Big chips and all
can i run 2 locations at the same time?
greg t on Sep 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This machine is not very powerful. It barely has enough HP for my table saw. I'd recommend at least 1.5 or higher for using on 2 machines
what happens to the air flow if I hook up my panel saw which has a 2 -1/2" diameter hose to a 4" hose adapter?
A shopper on Apr 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't think too much as long as you didn't use too much 2 1/2 duct. Air volume would decrease too much. I wouldn't go 4" into 2 1/2".
Do I have to use a shop vac in conjunction with a dust collector?
Kenneth J on Feb 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This type of dust collector blows the dust through the fan, unlike a shop vac, which filters the dust before it gets to the fan. While it has a rugged fan, there is a trap for large materials just before the fan that can clog if you vacuum up large planer shavings or wood chips, and it's a bit of a pain to unclog it. I'd stick to a shop vac for cleaning the floor and leave the dust collector for collecting dust from tour saws, routers, and sanders. You can also get a kit to turn a hard-sided garbage can or drum into a large chip collector and put it between the dust collector and the working end. They even have a floor cleaning attachment for the large hose.
What micron size bag comes with the unit? Can you purchase bags that will trap fine particles (1-5 micron) or will this be accomplished with the stock bag?
Mike S on Oct 19, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The stock bag does a good job with the fine dust. I would recommend getting the separator unit that they sell. You will have to empty your bag alot less
How much length max should I go
with 4"hose running to three tools?
Jeff T on May 6, 2018
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