10" Jointer / Planer Combo with Stand, Model JJP-10BTOS
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- Combination bench top jointer & planer provides a 2 in 1 machine to maximize work space
- Rigid steel stand allows jointer planer to transition from the bench top to the floor
- 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 precise, smooth cuts
- Oversized, ergonomic knobs provide ease of use and maximum control
- Large aluminum extruded fence makes joining stable and precise
- Sheet metal out feed table with height adjustment supports long work pieces and helps reduce snipe
- Planing and joining tables lock to ensure precision cutting
- Precision ground table top ensures a smooth, straight cut
- Cuts Per Minute : 18,000 CPM
- Feed Speed : 19.5 FPM
- Jointer Max. Cut Depth : 1/8"
- Max. Cutting Width : 10"
- Planer Max. Cut Depth : 0.08"
- Cutterhead Speed : 9000 RPM
- Fence Size (L x H) : 25 x 4 7/8"
- Fence Tilts : 0 - 45 °
- Height: 17"
- Length : 40.4"
- Model Number : JJP-10BTOS
- Motor Current : 13 A
- Motor Voltage : 115 V
- Net Weight : 73.9 lb
- Number of Knives (Standard) : 2
- Part Number : 707410
- Prewired Voltage : 115 V
- Standard Knife Size (L x W x T) : 10 x 0.65 x 0.06"
- Width : 20"
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I have spoken to several people at JET about this machine, as I am in need of a larger jointer, but have a rather small shop and trying to fit a full-size 10" jointer in my shop would be near impossible. The people at JET tell me they have put a good bit of effort into fixing the alignment issues that plagued this machine for so long. My machine will be delivered in about a week, when I plan to get it dialed in and do a serious review. I just wanted to spread the word that JET has made effort to remedy the past issues with this machine. Whether they have or not is something I'm going to find out soon.
Makes a jointer/planer affordable
Outfeed tables didn't align with infeed. Email to Jet got additional instruction that should have been in manual. Mine now properly aligned. Due to fence flex and light construction, I check alignment before any critical project. I am getting straight jointed edges, and rather little snipe compared to others I have used. When planing, no ripple effect like I see from some expensive planers. I use several light cuts rather that one deep pass. Change from jointing to planing is a pain, so do as many boards as possible before switching. This reduces the changeover bother, and ensures uniform thickness as well. Some plastic knobs and levers are already broken, but easily replaced with rather standard hardware. I added locking casters and a minor reinforcement to the lower legs, and it stable enough to roll out for use in the driveway. Also, dust and chips result in rougher cuts, so use dust collection or a shop vac, even outside. I also use an electric driveway blower regularly to keep unit clean while in use.
Brand New Junk
I knew when I bought this that it wouldnt be perfect. I figured I could fiddle with it a bit and have it working well. I was very wrong. First, every board I jointed was curved. There is virtually no adjustment for the outfeed table and none for the infeed table. The outfeed table sagged almost 3/8" and could only be adjusted 1/8". It works ok as a planer but the snipe is horrible. I basically bought a big thickness planer as it does not properly joint boards even after hours of adjustments. Also, there is alot of plastic on it and that alone should denote a shoddy product. I own a few other Jet tools and am pleased with them. I am not happy with this thing. It SUCKS! If something seems too good to be true, then it probably is.
I have run many feet of hard Maple wood through this machine with no problems. If you take small cuts no more then 1/16 inch the surface will be glass smooth. Almost no need to sand. For the price you canot do better.
So Far Very Pleased
Bought this a few weeks ago, and I have been so far, very impressed with it. I bought it for my very small garage shop, and my current project is a replica of the Oseberg Viking bed, made out of white oak. I used it to plane down some rough cut 9/4 x 8" white oak to finish the headboard, and although I had to take it slow (cuts <1/16" probably closer to 1/32"-3/64") and it took several passes, I was impressed that the stock went right through, and came out as good or better than my buddy's 13" Pro DeWalt. My observations: 1. This is a homeowner/ hobbiest grade tool. if you are in production, save the money and buy a big cast iron planer, with spiral cut blades and all. You won't be impressed by this tool. If you are like me and work on a few projects a month/year, and want a thickness planer and jointer, but don't have the space or funds for 2 big tools - this is a great tool. 2. Changing from Planer to Jointer operation is a PAIN. I get it that for safety, the dust cover swaps positions, I just wish they had made it a little easier to do. (You have to crank the planer all the way down, put in the dust collector, and then raise it back up, after bolting it in place, halfway up.) It just means that you will never be able to quickly take a board from rough to finished, without a 5-10 minute adjustment in the middle. 3. The instructions for assembly could be better. Especially the bolts that are used to fine tune the out-feed table for the planer. That said, once we figured out where the last two bolts went, the out-feed table trued up nicely. I used the three big bolts, and leveled where the out-feed table meets the adjustable planer table (we laid the planer on its side so we weren't fighting gravity for this bit..). tightened those bolts to hold it in place, and then (once I found them) used the two smaller bolts and a straight edge to square and level the outfeed table. Overall I am quite impressed with this tool.
Flawed Design - can not get co-planar
The Jet 10 inch jointer-planer is not capable of properly jointing a board. The in-feed and out-feed tables are not co-planar. This is not a small deviation from parallel planes, but a LARGE one. The out-feed table slopes away from the blades, and the in-feed table slopes up toward the blades. I contacted JET and was promptly emailed the instructions for adjusting the out-feed table. The in-feed table can not be adjusted. The adjustment on the out-feed table diminished the slope by about 1/2 of the distance it was out of position. Obviously, this did not fix the problem. In reality, there isn't really an adjustment built into the out-feed table. Jet is simply using the fact that the holes bored into the out-feed table sides, two on each side and which are used to attach the table to the bed of the jointer, are a bit loose. The four bolts (two on each side) are loosened, then the end of the out-feed table is lifted up, pivoting the table around the two bolts nearest the blade and sliding the other two sloppy sized holes upward around their bolts (see video). The bolts are then re-tightened to complete the "adjustment." Unfortunately the end of the out-feed table would need to move about 1/2 inch to correct the problem, and the "adjustment" yields only about 1/8 to 1/4 inch movement. As this was not a designed mechanism for adjustment, but rather a stop-gap utilizing sloppy machining, the method is NOT included in the manual. It seems apparent that this is a design and/or manufacturing flaw. If all of the machines have the bolt holes in the same position, then NONE of the machines could possibly properly joint a board. The machine really should not be sold if this is the case, and, frankly, anyone who purchased the machine and, due to inexperience, did not realize that the machine was not putting flat faces on stock, should be given a refund and/or a new machine when the manufacturing process is corrected. As a matter of fact, I feel owed some compensation for the hours of time spent messing with a machine which any, even remotely objective, quality control process should have identified as irreparably flawed. It is very disappointing, as the idea of a small footprint 10 inch joint-planer was very attractive, especially at this price point. We will have to wait for another company to do this, or for JET to re-design this item. As it stands, it will not joint boards.
Flawed Design - can not get co-planar
The Jet 10 inch jointer-planer is not capable of properly jointing a board. The in-feed and out-feed tables are not co-planar. This is not a small deviation from parallel planes, but a LARGE one. The out-feed table slopes away from the blades, and the in-feed table slopes up toward the blades. I contacted JET and was promptly emailed the instructions for adjusting the out-feed table. The in-feed table can not be adjusted. The adjustment on the out-feed table diminished the slope by about 1/2 of the distance it was out of position. Obviously, this did not fix the problem. In reality, there isn't really an adjustment built into the out-feed table. Jet is simply using the fact that the holes bored into the out-feed table sides, two on each side and which are used to attach the table to the bed of the jointer, are a bit loose. The four bolts (two on each side) are loosened, then the end of the out-feed table is lifted up, pivoting the table around the two bolts nearest the blade and sliding the other two sloppy sized holes upward around their bolts (see video). The bolts are then re-tightened to complete the "adjustment." Unfortunately the end of the out-feed table would need to move about 1/2 inch to correct the problem, and the "adjustment" yields only about 1/8 to 1/4 inch movement. As this was not a designed mechanism for adjustment, but rather a stop-gap utilizing sloppy machining, the method is NOT included in the manual. It seems apparent that this is a design and/or manufacturing flaw. If all of the machines have the bolt holes in the same position, then NONE of the machines could possibly properly joint a board. The machine really should not be sold if this is the case, and, frankly, anyone who purchased the machine and, due to inexperience, did not realize that the machine was not putting flat faces on stock, should be given a refund and/or a new machine when the manufacturing process is corrected. As a matter of fact, I feel owed some compensation for the hours of time spent messing with a machine which any, even remotely objective, quality control process should have identified as irreparably flawed. It is very disappointing, as the idea of a small footprint 10 inch joint-planer was very attractive, especially at this price point. We will have to wait for another company to do this, or for JET to re-design this item. As it stands, it will not joint boards. (see my on video review on the "south american river" site, under Dr Y)
Think of it as a large bench top jointer
I got this on sale at Woodcraft about a year ago and here is my experience: The Good: 1. 10" jointer capacity - until you have this you don't know how nice it is. 2. Space - If you have a small shop, the space profile of this machine can't be beat. 3. Price The Bad: 1. Controls and adjustments are cheesy. At this price range, I can't really complain 2. Dust collection is spotty - OK with the Jointer, a little less so with the planer 3. No accessory storage - There are several accessories, including the planer dust cover and adjustment crank which must be stored somewhere when not in use. Guaranteed to get lost. I made one out of cardboard at the bottom of the stand. The Ugly: The outfeed table of the jointer was not aligned with the infeed table, resulting in curved boards. The manual makes no mention of adjustment, but googling it, I found there are 2 allen bolts you can use to adjust the outfeed table. Unfortunately, you have to remove both the front and rear plastic covers which is a PITA. After doing it twice. I just cut off the corners of the covers to allow access to the bolts without removing the covers. Now it cuts straight, but I get snipe when jointing. I have seen this with a planer but never a jointer.
Great for the home woodworker.
I have wanted a planer for many years since I was a kid working with wood in my dad's basement. Twenty years later I purchased this planer jointer combo. And I could not be happier the price was right the size is perfect and with a little assembly it was ready to run right out of the box. After owning it for one year I look forward to many more years of satisfaction from this machine. I would recommend this to any home woodworker.
Exactly what I anticipated.
Good size for small shop. Combo great convience. Talked about purchase for years, finally glad I found this deal.
A little "cheesy"...
I've owned this machine for about 6 months now and after using it for that amount of time I think I can give a fairly accurate review. The machine does work pretty good with a few flaws. First: the dust collection is almost non-existant. Even when hooked up to my dust collection system it throws chips EVERYWHERE! Second: the knobs used to lock the adjustments in place are very flimsy and cheesy. Third: The scale for the planer is set in tenths of an inch rather than a standard ruler of 16ths. I'm not sure if this is a standard on all planers as this is the first I've owned but it is very annoying when trying to take off a 32nd or 16th at a time. On positive side it is pretty quick to change from planer to jointer. Usually less than a minute. It also does a pretty good job, and seems to have more than enough power to handle anything I've thrown at it. All in all it is a decent machine for this price. I would not recommend it because of its flaws. It might be just me but they drive me nuts. I believe that it being a JET it should be made a bit better. I dont think it would cost them hardly anything to upgrade the handles and knobs, and work on the dust collection.
Do not recommend
Good to use as a jointer but not as a planer
Not what I thought
I purchased this power tool mainly because of the cost. I had a small kitchen to complete, and this tool fit the budget. I have long respected Jet power tools. I have used Jet tools for almost 25 years. But this tool doesn't meet the Jet standard. The first issue I had was that the out-feed table of the planer had a crown in the middle of it which would not allow you to properly install and adjust the table. Secondly, the fence to the jointer had two raised spots from the screws that attach the angle adjustment, which would scratch the wood as you joint. Both of these issues were resolved by exchanging them both at Woodcraft for the ones that were on the floor model. When setting the machine up for the second time. I squared the fence to the table only to find that the fence I had gotten off of the floor model was cupped from the top to the bottom. I called Jet and they said they would send me a new one. I continued to setup to begin using the machine. Before making the first pass on the jointer I checked to make sure the tables were parallel. To my surprise they were out tremendously. My straight edge laid flat across the out-feed table and touched the in-feed at its end. There was a 3/32" gap at the cutter end. When I checked the other side, away front the fence, the straight edge did not touch at all. However, the gap was about an 1/8" at the cutter and 1/16" at the end. I called Jet and they said it could be repaired by a technician. But I cannot afford that kind of time. So I elected to return the machine. It was very discouraging to see such quality from Jet.
Great Idea, but poor execution
I read reviews on this machine on multiple sites before I decided to purchase and came to the conclusion that it would serve me well. I had what I thought to be realistic expectations from this machine. I had expected a machine that would work well for boards up to 5, maybe 6 feet long. I expected it to be under powered, but usable. Many reviews spoke of the difficulty of getting the jointer tables coplanar. I planned on setting the jointer to take a 1/16" cut and leave it there all the time to avoid the tables coming out of alignment. I knew that switching form jointer to planer would be a bit annoying, but I was willing to accept that. All in all I really expected to make some realistic compromises with this machine, but the size of the machine and the price made me decide to buy it. I received the machine and started putting it together. It went together quite easily and took about 2 hours to assemble. Once I started to set up the machine I started having issues. The knives needed to be set. The first was easy to set with the jackscrews used to fine tune the height of the blade. Upon trying to set the second knife I started to have issues. The front jackscrew would come all the way out of it's threads before the blade was high enough. I was able to get the blades set, it just took a little more messing with than it should have.I noticed while adjusting the infeed table that if I grabbed the far right end of the table, I could easily move it up and down about 1/8". I tightened the adjusting knobs for the infeed table on the back of the machine, but couldn't seem to get one of the rods that holds the infeed table tight. I removed the front cover from the machine and used a wrench to tighten the rod from the front. This started to help, but the rod snapped before the table was tight. Upon inspection I found that one of the square washers that aligns the infeed table in the diagonal slots that keep it aligned was installed crooked preventing a large bushing from seating tightly as it should. I emailed Jet about the parts assuming that with a new rod I could get the machine running. I also asked about the issue with the jackscrews. Their tech had me measure the distance from the top of the outfeed table to the cutterhead assembly. The outfeed table was higher in front than in back making it necessary to set the front of the knives a bit higher than the back. I can only assume that the outfeed table was incorrectly machined as Jet sent me a new outfeed table as well as the replacement for the snapped rod.I started to try and reassemble the machine, but soon found that replacing the outfeed table requires taking the machine almost completely apart. Also while I was working on it, I found that one of the springs that provides tension to the outfeed roller for the planer was loose. I was going to reattach it, but the cast piece it was supposed to connect to was broken, so I couldn't.At this point I requested Jet send me a replacement and I would ship them back a pile of parts as I felt that I shouldn't have to spend this much time repairing a new machine. They said I could either talk to the retailer I bought it from, or send it to them at my cost to be evaluated. I decided to return the machine and go ahead and spend more for a separate planer and jointer.This machine is a great concept, and in its defense isn't underpowered too badly. The planer works great and leaves a better surface than I expected, but as a jointer it is completely useless. The parts are so poorly designed and poorly assembled that getting it to make a straight edge seems like it would be a constant battle. It seems like if Jet had aimed for [$] price point they would have been able to make a machine that would be worth well over twice as much as what they are offering right now for only a slightly higher price. I know some people have reviewed this machine quite well, and I don't dismiss their experience. I think the poor quality of manufacture and assembly have created a product that is completely hit or miss.
Easy to use,It works great for cabinet work. Very little adjustment needed out of the box.For the money you cannot beat this unit.[...]
Assembly instructions are good if well read. Bought for jointer, but have used planer the most providing good results.
As advertised [...]
Since retiring 2 years ago I have become a very avid woodworker with the only drawback being that I bought cheap at first and am now having to upgrade. I now have this Jet 10" planer/jointer that for the bucks is quite powerful. Setup went easy and the machine came fully aligned and adjusted. [...] My other complaint is about the scale for the planer. It goes from 0 to 5 inches in 0.1 increments which the American woodworker is not accustomed to. By the way the jointer scale is in 1/16 of an inch. Other than that the machine is easy to use and going back and forth from planer to jointer is not that hard and certainly for me is better than having 2 machines taking up more space.
Perfect fit for my small shop.
What a great small packaged Jet 10" combo unit. This is made for the small workshop where space is at a premium, There is a great video out on youtube featuring Charles Neil of WoodCraft talking about this and it will answer most of your questions. Give your self 2 hours to set up and square it. Planer worked great on hard maple I had sitting around. The jointer fence was almost squared out of the box after setting up. The store rep told me this will handle about 6ft long lumber pieces and it was right on. I also put one package of tube sand on the stand struts for weight. You will be nervous about the plastic on here but so far after two days I have no more doubts about it.Thumbs up for me.