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JET 708524 JPM-13CS 13-Inch 1-1/2-Horsepower Planer/Molder, 110/230-Volt 1-Phase

Product ID : 1665526


Galleon Product ID 1665526
UPC / ISBN 662755171147
Shipping Weight 258 lbs
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Model 708524
Manufacturer Jet
Shipping Dimension 40.98 x 25 x 24.02 inches
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Brand Jet
Package Quantity 1
UPC 627551711478
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Features

  • Sturdy cast iron table
  • Reduced vibration
  • Adjustable infeed/outfeed
  • Motor located at base
  • Comes with stand

Description

Boasting a 1-1/2-horsepower motor, the Jet 708524 JPM-13CS planer/molder produces a superior finish with its three-cutter head design and can handle material up to 13 inches wide and up to 6 inches in height. A sturdy cast-iron table and base provide strength and reduce vibration during use, and built-in lockable casters add support and stability while allowing easy maneuverability. Designed and built with the home woodworking shop in mind (view larger). Power Base for Home Woodworking Designed and built with the home woodworking shop in mind, the Jet 708524 JPM-13CS has a totally enclosed 1-1/2-horsepower, 115-volt motor that can easily be rewired to 230 volts. The motor delivers its power to the cutterhead assembly through a pair of V-belts running in precision-machined multi-groove pulleys. A removable side door on the cabinet provides access to the motor and its belt-tensioning mount should adjustment become necessary in the future. Superior Cutting and Feeding The JPM-13CS features an all-steel, precision-machined cutterhead (2-9/16-inch diameter) fitted with three full-width knives. The knives are retained by three-piece wedge-shaped gibs that allow for the installation of many molding-knife profiles without removing the planer blades. The center gib section makes installing most molding knives easy (2 inches wide and under). The planer/molder has two feed rates, with the high 20 FPM (feet per minute) setting used primarily for dimensioning wood when lots of material is being removed quickly. The 10 FPM speed is used for finish cuts when the smoothest possible surface is desired, and this slower feed rate is also used for molding operations. Rubber-covered infeed and outfeed rollers keep the stock moving at a consistent pace, and the rubber feed roller surface gets a good grip on the wood without marring the profiled surface of molded wood. Both of the feed rollers are easily adjustable to