JET 10'' Benchtop Planer Jointer w/ stand

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JET 10'' Benchtop Planer Jointer w/ stand

$819.99 ea.


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JET 10'' Benchtop Planer Jointer w/ stand

  • Combination bench top jointer & planer provides a 2 in 1 machine to maximize work space
  • 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 smooth cuts
  • Oversized, ergonomic knobs provide ease of use and maximum control
  • Large aluminum extruded fence
  • Sheet metal out feed table with height adjustment supports long work pieces and helps reduce snipe
  • Planing and joining tables lock
  • Precision ground table top ensures a smooth, straight cut

Why Choose This?

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.
Brand Jet
Part # 707410

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February 8th, 2011
TerryT
Orlando FL 32837
Combines two valuable tools for the home shop at one affordable price. These are tools I normally couldn't justify cost-wise. And at ten inches, the jointer is much wider than most tools affordable in the home wood-shop. On first assembly, it seemed impossible to achieve properly aligned input and output tables, but an email to Jet got me an instruction page that should have been in the manual. It is difficult to put the dust collection funnel in position for jointing, but it really does fit when properly positioned. Dust collection or a shop vacuum is important, lest sawdust and shavings prevent smooth operation. Keep it clean. Overall, cut quality after a few uses is very good with small boards. I haven't tried yet, but longer boards will probably require auxiliary support.
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