JET JWBS-14CS, 14" Bandsaw, 1HP 1PH 115/230V, Closed Stand

JET JWBS-14CS, 14" Bandsaw, 1HP 1PH 115/230V, Closed Stand

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$799.99 ea.

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February 9, 2018
3 out of 5
Steve
Review by  Anonymous 
Purchased the JWBS-14-CS, 14" bandsaw. Assembly was easy. Adjustments are easy and the cuts are smooth, although I did purchase a 3/4" blade from a different source. Over all, I'm very happy with the product. The only drawback, no fence and it doesn't seem as though you can order one. That part number seems to be discontinued and I can't find any information on an alternate that will work. Guess I'll have to make one.
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