14" Closed Base Bandsaw, Model JWBS-14CS
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Jet Model JWBS-14CSSpecifications:6" cutting capacity height, 13-1/2" cutting capacity width, L/R table tilt 45º/10º, 1/8" minimum saw blade width, 3/4" maximum saw blade width, 93-1/2" saw blade...
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- Extra large 15" x 15" cast iron table
- Table height from floor is 43-1/2"
- Totally enclosed, fan cooled, 1HP, 1 Ph, 115/230V motor
- Built in dust chute
- 3/8", 6 TPI blade
- Machine is 68"H x 26"W x 19"D
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The American Woodshop with Scott Phillips begins it’s 18th season on PBS starting on Monday, August 29th, 2011. This year’s 13 episodes entitled “Weekenders,” focus on woodworking projects to augment the home. While discovering and using new tools to become a more proficient woodworker, you should be able to finish each of these projects in one weekend.
A nice saw
I use this saw for building model airplanes. I replaced the stock blade, which is good enough for setting up the saw but not much more. I also replaced the stock plastic blade guides with some "Cool Blocks". Saw was easy enough to put together and arrived from Jet in perfect condition. Mine was shipped in two boxes, both shrink wrapped onto a pallet. Once assembled and tuned up the saw functions good. Cuts are nice and the saw appears to have plenty of power for my purposes. Most of my work involves cutting of light ply and some softer woods. The only issue, which I will adjust by sanding and shimming, is the upper guide does not run parallel with the blade. On my saw there is a variance of about 1/16th of an inch over the upper guides 6" of travel. The variance required I adjust the guide blocks when the blade guard is raised or lowered. The rear bearing says adjusted. I simply need to remove the upper wheel and adjust the upper wheel mount out the 1/16th to make it perfect. The guide tracks for and aft.