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Jet 10" ProShop 1-3/4HP 30" Fence, Cast Iron Wings, with Riving Knife, Model JPS-10TS

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4.5

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Product Information:

The JET ProShop Table Saw offers features you expect from a high-end cabinet saw, in the compact design of a contactor-style machine. The saw comes with your choice of stamped steel or cast iron wings. The transparent blade guard has independent leaves, and the quick release riving knife reduces chance of kickback. A low profile riving knife is included for non-through cuts. The exclusive ProShop fence system is available in 30” or 52” rip capacity.

  • Riving knife maintains close blade proximity to reduce chance of kickback

  • Integrated arbor lock is accessed from table top for rapid blade change

  • Blade guard and riving knife have quick release for tool-less mounting and removal

  • Enclosed cabinet with exclusive leg stand design for easy assembly

  • Heavy duty cast iron table with T-style miter gauge slot

  • Sloped cabinet floor and 4” extraction port enhance dust collection efficiency

  • Easy-to-reach control switch

  • Rigid, left-tilting cast iron trunnion

  • Powder coated paint for a long-lasting, chip-resistant finish

  • 10” blade included

  • Overall Dimensions: assembled 60"L x 40"W x 41"H

  • Height: 39 inch

  • Width: 35 inch

  • Length: 82 inch

  • Net Weight: 298.8 pound

  • Gross Weight: 323.5 pound

  • Blade Diameter: 10 "

  • Arbor Diameter: 5/8 "

  • Arbor Speed: 4000 RPM

  • Maximum Depth of Cut: 3-1/8 "

  • Maximum Depth of Cut at 45 Degrees: 2-1/8 "

  • Maximum Rip Right of Blade: 30 "

  • Maximum Rip Left of Blade: 12 "

  • Table in Front of Saw Blade at Maximum Depth of Cut: 10 "

  • Maximum Width of Dado: 13/16 "

  • Maximum Diameter of Dado: 8 "

  • Table Type: cast iron

  • Table Height: 34-3/4 "

  • Table Size with Standard Extension (L x W): 27 x 44 "

  • Table Size without Wings (L x W): 20 x 27 "

  • Dust Port Outside Diameter: 4 "

  • Dust Collection Minimum CFM Required: 350 cu.ft/min

  • Dust Collection Adapter Port: yes

  • Miter Gauge Type: T-slot with stops

  • Motor Power: 1-3/4 HP

  • Motor Voltage: 115 / 230 V

  • Prewired Voltage: 115 V

  • Motor Current: 15 / 7 A

  • Motor Phase: 1 Ph

  • Shipping / Billing Info:

    This product ships direct from the manufacturer:
    • Your order will ship in approximately 5 business days.
    • This product is considered special order. Your account will be charged when you place your order.
    • Express or overnight shipping is not available for this product.
    • Ships by Ground to the 48 contiguous states. Cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, PO Boxes, APOs, US Territories, Canada or other foreign countries.


    Return Information
    All returns must be pre-approved. Any non-warranty returns must be unused and in original packaging. A 25% restock fee will apply. Customer pays return freight. Please call our Customer Service Dept. at 1-800-535-4482 with any return questions.

    Warranty Information
    Click here for Jet Warranty
    California Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 information.

     
     

    REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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    4.3

    (based on 9 reviews)

    100%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Easy to use (7)
    • Good power output (6)
    • Safe (5)
    • Fast cutting speed (4)
    • Good design (4)

    Cons

    Best Uses

    • In the workshop (8)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Avid do-it-yourselfer (6), Casual do-it-yourselfer (2)

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    4.0

    Very fine table saw

    By  Illinois Woodworker

    from Illinois

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Fast Cutting Speed
    • Powerful
    • Safe

    Cons

    Best Uses

    • In The Workshop

    Comments about Jet 10" ProShop 1-3/4HP 30" Fence, Cast Iron Wings, with Riving Knife, Model JPS-10TS :

    This table saw is accurate and provides consistant cuts. I use freud saw blade and have not had any problems cutting any wood items.

     
    5.0

    Nice saw

    By  488 'chinist

    from Concord, NC

    About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Good Design

    Cons

    Best Uses

    • In The Workshop

    Comments about Jet 10" ProShop 1-3/4HP 30" Fence, Cast Iron Wings, with Riving Knife, Model JPS-10TS :

    All hardware tight. Miter to blade .001 over 4 inches. Miter to fence .003 over 12 inches. From the factory! Trunnion to table bolts a little hard to find. Dealt with worse. Got a socket on all 4 within 10 minutes. Repeat - ALL hardware tight! Went together fairly easy. Purchased on sale. Some previous reviews were a little scary. Jet must have gotten their act together. Smooth. Quiet. Looking forward to making serious of this saw. Happy customer!

     
    4.0

    a very good saw

    By  Rocky

    from Bloomington Illinois

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use

    Cons

    Best Uses

    • In The Workshop

    Comments about Jet 10" ProShop 1-3/4HP 30" Fence, Cast Iron Wings, with Riving Knife, Model JPS-10TS :

    I bought a Jet Proshop about 1 year ago and decided to check the alignment of the blade to the miter slot after several large projects. Although it was still close (< .005) I decided to go ahead and make it better. The directions in the manual call for you to carefully note the amount the blade is out of alignment, turn the saw upside down, loosen the 4 trunion bolts, nudge the trunions into alignment, re tighten the bolts, re-position the saw upright, check alignment, then repeat if needed. I did NOT FOLLOW THESE DIRECTIONS. Here is why. 1. The saw is heavy and inverting it is not a simple thing to do (at least not for me) 2. We are talking about making adjustments of a few thousands of an inch after noting the position of the blade while the saw was upright. Nobody (in my opinion) could eyeball the adjustment to the required precision. Also having the saw upside down does not allow you to use a gauge to see whether the adjustments succeeded in aligning the blade. so it is a hit and miss operation. 3. The trunion bolts (13mm) are tightened using a 13mm nut on the other side of the base. By this I mean the trunion bolts do not tighten into a threaded hole. This in my opinion, is a design flaw and Jet should ditch the tightening nuts in favor of a threaded hole. It is quite difficult to get a wrench on the 13mm nut. Having the saw upside down does not make it any easier (actually I think it would probably make it harder). Even with the saw upright be prepared to have the wrench slip off the tightening nut several times (especially the right front). It really doesn't matter however and here is why. 1. The saw's top is also attached the saw's base. This is accomplished using 3 bolts. Two of these bolts are easily found looking in through windows on either side of the saw near the front. The 3rd bolt is located at the center rear. So the important thing here is that the saw's top and the trunions are each attached separately to the saw's base. 2. Since the top and the trunions are each attached separately to the saw's base, alignment of the blade to the miter slot can be accomplished 3 ways. a. by moving the top. b. by moving the trunions. c. by moving both. 3. The first choice (moving the top after loosening the three bolts) is by far the easiest. As a matter of fact, I would not be surprised if it is the method the designers of the saw had intended all along. At first I was concerned that moving the top while leaving the trunions alone might cause the blade to come in contact with the insert. This concern, I decided, was nonsense. If the blade, which is attached to the arbor/trunions, and the slot, which is part of the top, are in alignment then the blade can not hit the insert. Alignment to .001 was accomplished in about 20 minutes. Saw cuts even better now.

     
    4.0

    a good saw for the money

    By  Rocky

    from Bloomington Illinois

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Safe

    Cons

    Best Uses

    • In The Workshop

    Comments about Jet 10" ProShop 1-3/4HP 30" Fence, Cast Iron Wings, with Riving Knife, Model JPS-10TS :

    I bought a Jet Proshop about 1 year ago and feel it is a good buy. I was not particularly fond of the miter gauge but I planned to upgrade it anyway. There has been discussion concerning difficulties concerning aligning the blade to the top's miter slot and it is this I want to comment upon. After several large projects I decided to check the alignment of the blade to the miter slot. Although it was still close (< .005) I decided to go ahead and make it better. The directions in the manual call for you to carefully note the amount the blade is out of alignment, turn the saw upside down, loosen the 4 trunion bolts, nudge the trunions into alignment, re tighten the bolts, re-position the saw upright, check alignment, then repeat if needed. I DID NOT FOLLOW THESE DIRECTIONS. Here is why. 1. The saw is heavy and inverting it is not a simple thing to do (at least not for me) 2. We are talking about making adjustments of a few thousands of an inch after noting the position of the blade while the saw was upright. Nobody (in my opinion) could eyeball the adjustment to the required precision. Having the saw upside down does not allow you to use a gauge to see whether the adjustments succeeded in aligning the blade. so it is a hit and miss operation. 3. The trunion bolts (13mm) are tightened using a 13mm nut located on the other side of the base flange from where the trunions attach. By this I mean the trunion bolts do not tighten into a threaded hole. This in my opinion, is a design flaw and Jet should ditch the tightening nuts in favor of a threaded hole. It is quite difficult to get a wrench on the 13mm nut. Having the saw upside down does not make it any easier (actually I think it makes it harder). Even with the saw upright be prepared to have the wrench slip off the tightening nut several times (especially the right front). It really doesn't matter however and here is why. 1. The saw's top is also attached the saw's base. This is accomplished using 3 bolts. Two of these bolts are easily found looking in through windows on either side of the saw near the front. The 3rd bolt is located at the center rear. So the important thing here is that the saw's top and the trunions are each attached separately to the saw's base. 2. Since the top and the trunions are each attached separately to the saw's base, alignment of the blade to the miter slot can be accomplished 3 ways. a. by moving the top. b. by moving the trunions. c. by moving both. 3. The first choice (moving the top after loosening the three bolts) is by far the easiest. As a matter of fact, I would not be surprised if it is the method the designers of the saw had intended all along. At first I was concerned that moving the top while leaving the trunions alone might cause the blade to come in contact with the insert. This concern, I decided, was nonsense. It the blade, which is attached to the arbor/trunions, and the slot, which is part of the top, are in alignment then the blade cannot hit the insert.

     
    4.0

    the center of my shop

    By  blackelk

    from the mountains of Colorado

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Fast Cutting Speed
    • Long Run Time
    • Powerful

    Cons

    Best Uses

    • In The Workshop

    Comments about Jet 10" ProShop 1-3/4HP 30" Fence, Cast Iron Wings, with Riving Knife, Model JPS-10TS :

    I have riped and cross cut hard maple, and ash with ease. The softer woods just rip through. My only problem was the cast iron wing. It took me a while to get it true, and I had to usesteel shims and metal working clamps to get it where I wanted it. No need for a more expensive saw, even if you are a professional. The neatest feature was the arbor lock button for changing the blade.

     
    5.0

    Great Saw!!!

    By  Grandbuddy

    from Forsyth, GA

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Fast Cutting Speed
    • Good Design
    • Powerful
    • Safe

    Cons

    • None

    Best Uses

    • Home Improvement
    • In The Workshop

    Comments about Jet 10" ProShop 1-3/4HP 30" Fence, Cast Iron Wings, with Riving Knife, Model JPS-10TS :

    I was in the market for an upgraded table saw. I bought the Jet last November 2011. Turns out it was a great investment. Can't afford a cabinet saw. This saw has been used to build a boat and brand new kitchen cabinets. Could not ask anymore from a saw. All cuts are smooth and accurate. Just remember, its not the saw that makes the woodworker but the woodworker that makes the saw.

     
    5.0

    Great Saw!!!

    By  Grandbuddy

    from Forsyth, GA

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Fast Cutting Speed
    • Good Design
    • Powerful
    • Safe

    Cons

    Best Uses

    • In The Workshop

    Comments about Jet 10" ProShop 1-3/4HP 30" Fence, Cast Iron Wings, with Riving Knife, Model JPS-10TS :

    Was looking to upgrade my table saw last year and found a great deal on this saw from Woodcraft. I love it. It does every thing I need. It has helped me build a boat and kitchen cabinets as starters. Get this saw, you will not be disappointed.

     
    5.0

    So far so good

    By  Victor

    from Concord, CA

    About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Good Design
    • Powerful

    Cons

    Best Uses

    • In The Workshop

    Comments about Jet 10" ProShop 1-3/4HP 30" Fence, Cast Iron Wings, with Riving Knife, Model JPS-10TS :

    Have had this for 2 months. Was time consuming but easy to put together. Blade was off little to miter slot. As prior review stated, trunnion design make it harder to parallel blade to miter. I contacted Jet techincal support as the design is impossible for me to adjust. They had simple solution. Trunnions are actually attached to cabinet (just like a cabinet saw) so all I needed to do was loosen 3 bolts that attached the table. I moved table a little and now in business. Just make sure not to move table too much as blade will not align with insert. Saw cuts great. No burning marks. I'm using new Forrest blade vs the one that came with it (i'm reserving that blade for ripping 2 x 4's). Dust collection works ok but not perfect. Dust comes out the front a little as well as sits inside in some corners. Minor inconveniece and need to vacuum sometimes. Still (much)less messier than prior contractor saw I used to use. I did not have space for a cabinet saw and this is a great alternative. Heavy duty and very well constructed. There is no perfect saw but this comes close for me.

     
    3.0

    Great saw, but one major design flaw

    By  new woodworker

    from Fort Worth, TX

    About Me Beginner

    Pros

    • DURABLE
    • Great Blade
    • Powerful
    • Safe
    • Solid

    Cons

    • Technical support
    • Trunnion adjustment

    Best Uses

    Comments about Jet 10" ProShop 1-3/4HP 30" Fence, Cast Iron Wings, with Riving Knife, Model JPS-10TS :

    I am giving this saw a 3 for the sole reason of the trunnion adjustment. On the previous model without the riving knife, the trunnion bolts screwed right into the table (which was threaded). On this model, the bolts screw through the trunnion and have nuts on the other side, which means you must slip a box/open end wrench on the nut while you simultaneously use a ratchet to tighten the bolt. When I discovered my saw blade was .015" out of alignment with the miter slot out of the box, I wasn't happy. I discovered the reason was because the trunnions bolts were not tight. They must've missed this step at the factory. Tightening two of the bolts wasn't bad, but the other two were on the other side of the trunion/riving knife assembly and could not be reached because the assembly was in the way. The front left bolt was especially problematic (took me two days to figure out how to get a wrench on the nut). When I called their tech support, the guy was stumped. Honestly, their tech support is in need of great improvement. Several of the guys there don't know much more about the saw than I do. Anyway, the manual says turn the saw upside down to adjust it. You could do this on the previous model because the bottom plate had removable screws. Not this one – it's welded and not removable. Turning the saw over would make no difference. The manual is incorrect. To adjust the trunnion, I highly suggest doing this before installing the blade, wings, both black plastic panels and the throat plate. You can do this with the saw right side up. Really, you have to. To tighten the front left trunnion bolt, TILT THE BLADE ASSEMBLY 45 DEGREES! It will give you much greater access to the other side of the assembly. You'll then need to insert the open end of a 13 mm wrench through the throat area where the blade goes. You can see the nut if you kneel down and look at the front trunnion from the back side. Then use a ½" drive ratchet to tighten the bolt by sticking your other hand through the dust collection area. This was a real pain and it would've been nice if the manual included this hint or if the guys at tech support knew their product better. This is a JET saw. I expect the guys to know the saw without having to even look at the book. I love a lot of other things about this saw – very solid and the riving knife is great. Jet really needs to ditch the nuts on the trunnions though.

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