Powermatic 201HH, 22' Planer, 7.5HP 3PH 230V, helical cutterheadHelical cutterhead with knife inserts provides smoother, quieter cutting and finer finish than conventional systemsCast iron 1300 lb. construction for solid performance without vibration2 feed speeds - 20/30 fpm - accommodates rough and fine finish workSegmented infeed roller with sectional chipbreaker allows multiple board planingRoller bearing-mounted feed rollers for long lifeAdjustable bed rollers allow smooth feeding of rough or finished workpiecesOversized cast iron table travels on 2 large lead screws for heavy duty supportDust chute with 5" port for dust collectionStandard Equipment:Dust collection portAdjustable foot padsTool kitSpecifications:Bed Rollers Adjustable from Front:2Blade Size:0.59 L x 0.59 W x 0.10 ThBrand:PowermaticColumn Diameter (in.):2-1/2Cuts Per Minute:n.a.Cutterhead Diameter (in.):3-1/4Cutterhead Speed (RPM):4800Distance Between Rollers - Center to Center (in.):n.a.Dust Collection Minimum CFM Required:900Dust Port Diameter (OD/in.):5Feed Rate (FPM):20 and 30Height:59inchInfeed Roller Diameter (in):3Length:42inchMaximum Depth of Cut (in.):3/16Maximum Full Width Depth of Cut (in.):n.a.Maximum Height of Rollers Parallel to Tabletop (in.):table rollers - 0.05Maximum Opening (in.):n.a.Maximum Planing Thickness (in.):9-1/4Maximum Planing Width (in.):22Minimum Planing Length (in.):10Model Number:201HHMotor HP:7.5HPMotor Phase:3PHMotor Voltage:230VMovement - Horizontal (in.):n.a.Movement - Vertical (in.):n.a.Movement - Vertical (in.):n.a.Net Weight:1350poundNumber of Knives:150 four-sided insertsNumber of Speeds:twoOutfeed Roller Diameter (in):3Overall Dimensions:42 x 49 x 59Part Number:1791268Planing Thickness Range (in.):n.a.Prewired:n.a.Range of Speeds (FPM):n.a.Readout Scale:mm/inRollers (in.):n.a.Rotation (Forward/Reverse):n.a.Segmented Infeed Roller Diameter (in.):3Ship Weight:1430poundSwing (deg.):n.a.Table Height Adjust Manual:1 Turn = 1/16Table Size (in.):32-1/4 x 24Table Support:2-columnTool Supplied:yesWidth:49inch
Also known as "Pau Ferro," Bolivian Rosewood features a deep, chocolate brown tone with hints of purple, interlaced with even darker brown or black growth lines. A dense, but easily worked species native to Central and South America, it has a scent reminiscent of Walnut. The grain varies from straight to irregular and the wood is oily to the touch. Often used for the curving sides of guitars, Bolivian Rosewood steam bends nicely and will take an exceptional finish. All boards are machined S4S, and are planed to 1/8" and 1/4" thicknesses, relieving your planer of excess work. You also won't have to worry about chipout, which is difficult to prevent when planing thin stock. Thin boards are ideal for edging, veneering, inlay, marquetry, sides for decorative boxes, bending stock, bent laminations and whatever else your imagination can dream up!Common Names: Bolivian Rosewood, Morado, Pau Ferro.Botanical Classification: Machaerium scleroxylonTree is Native To: Bolivia and Brazil.Average Dried Weight: 53 lb/ft. Average Specific Gravity: 0.85Texture ranges from coarse to fine.Bolivian Rosewood requires pre-boring for fasteners.The machinery dust from this species may cause severe skin irritation to persons with allergies.
The classic American blonde, Hard Maple features creamy white sapwood with a reddish cast, and rugged durability. The wood has an exceptionally fine, even texture, and tight pores that yield an excellent finished surface. These thin boards are machined to 3/4" thickness, eliminating wear and tear on your planer. You won't have to worry about chipout, which is difficult to prevent when planing thin stock. Thin boards are ideal for edging, veneering, inlay, marquetry, sides for decorative boxes, bending stock, bent laminations and whatever else your imagination can dream up!Tree: May reach a height of 70 to 120 feet, with a 24 to 36 inch diameter trunk. Sapwood Color: White with a reddish cast.Heartwood Color: Uniformly pale reddish brown or light tan. Grain: Usually fairly straight, but can also be curly or wavy. Sometimes exhibits decorative figuring like bird's eye, maple burl, blister, leaf, and fiddleback.Texture: Very fine and even.Working properties: Due to hardness, tools must be kept very sharp.Carving: Responds well to carving tools.Steam bending properties: Fair.Strength Properties: Very high bending strength. Resistance to compression parallel to the grain is high. Hardness is rated as medium. It is heavy, and resists denting and marring. Hard Maple can be up to 25 percent harder than Soft Maple.
A long time favorite for its rich color and excellent workability, Cherry continues to gain popularity for use in fine furniture and cabinets. The wood leaves the sawmill with a pinkish, rosy tone, and continues to darken over years to a deep, lustrous red. The narrow sapwood has a creamy color, similar to Hard Maple. Cherry is easily worked with hand tools and takes an excellent finish and polish. All boards are machined S4S, and are planed to 1/8", 1/4", 1/2" and 3/4" thicknesses, relieving your planer of excess work. Thin boards are well-suited for edging, veneering, marquetry, sides for decorative boxes, bending stock and bent laminations, while the thicker boards are ideal for furniture, paneling, cabinet doors, mouldings, drawer sides, fine jewelry boxes and whatever else your imagination can dream up!Distribution: As many as five varieties of Black cherry are reported to thrive throughout North America.Tree: Attains heights of about 100 feet (30 m) Average tree grows to about 80 feet (24 m) in height, and produces a tall trunk, about 24 inches (60 cm) in diameter. Cherry trees are usually large enough to harvest after 35 to 40 years. Full height is attained in about 100 years.Light & Air-Induced Changes: Black cherry is very sensitive to UV light, which causes it to darken over time. UV light inhibitors in coatings can be used to prevent color change.Grain: Fine grain. Material with dark wavy streaks are frequent. Quartersawn lumber has a shimmery appearance.Texture: Fine and uniform. The wood often has narrow brown pith flecks and small gum pockets.Luster: Rich and satiny. Odor: Emits a fruity aroma when cut.Steam Bending: Good. Often compared to Beech and Ash.