Jet 20'' 3HP Planer

The JET JWP-208-1 planer quickly and quietly transforms rough lumber into smooth boards, with a full 20" planing width. Its heavy-duty cast iron and steel construction keeps the workpiece steady and supported, while the conveniently located two-speed gear box allows for quick and easy feed rate adjustments. This machine means business with a powerful 3 HP induction motor. You'll appreciate the sets of three steel infeed and outfeed rollers to help prevent annoying snipe. A large cast-iron table with smooth-as-glass surface makes this planer a beautiful addition to the shop. And since planers kick up a lot of dust, we made dust collection easy with an exclusive angled 4" dust port to keep your hose out of the way. Four high-speed steel cutter knives produce faster, smoother cutting Heavy-duty cast iron and steel construction for added strength and durabilityTwo-speed gear box with automatic chain tensioner lets you adjust the feed rate to meet your needsLarge, cast iron, precision ground table for precise workpiece support Powerful 3 HP TEFC induction motor with three V-belt transmission for smooth and consistent powerSets of three steel infeed and outfeed rollers to help in the prevention of snipePositive gear drive moves table quickly and accuratelyWork table is precision-ground and polished for consistently smooth operationLarge handwheel with positive gear drive allows for quick and accurately table adjustments1/16" increment height scale lets you make the most precise adjustments for fine cuts5" dust port provides efficient chip and dust collectionOne-piece welded steel base offers solid support and stabilityMagnetic controls provide long life and reliabilityProduct Specifications:Model Number: JWP-16OSBrand: JetHeight: 30"Width: 22"Length: 32"Net Weight: 531 lbsMaximum Planing: 16"Maximum Planing Thickness: 6"Max. Full Width Depth of Cut: 1/8"Maximum Depth of Cut: 3/16"Minimum Planing Length: 8"Cutterhead Diameter: 2-7/8"Cutterhead Speed: 4500 RPMCuts Per Minute: 13500Feed Rate: 16 and 20 FPMNumber of Knives: 3Dust Port Diameter: 4"Dust Collection Min. CFM Required: 400 cu.ft/minBlade Size: 16-1/8" x 1" x 1/8"Amps: 15 AMotor Power: 3 HPMotor Phase: 1 PhMotor Voltage: 230 VStandard Equipment24V magnetic controlsFour High Speed Steel knivesDust hood with 5" portKnife setting gaugeOne-piece welded base

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