6" x 48" Belt/9" Disc Sander - 3/4 HP 1 Ph 115V - JSG-96
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The Jet® 6" x 48" Belt/9" Disc Sander is a powerful tool that is designed to make sanding and finishing projects easier than ever before. With a 3/4 HP motor and a 1 phase 115V power supply, this sander can handle even the toughest sanding jobs with ease. The sander features a large 9"...
The Jet® 6" x 48" Belt/9" Disc Sander is a powerful tool that is designed to make sanding and finishing projects easier than ever before. With a 3/4 HP motor and a 1 phase 115V power supply, this sander can handle even the toughest sanding jobs with ease. The sander features a large 9" disc and a spacious 6" x 48" belt, providing ample surface area for sanding large and small projects alike.
Made with a sturdy cast iron base and a tilting table, the JSG-96 is durable and versatile. The belt can be easily adjusted for vertical or horizontal sanding, making it ideal for a variety of applications. Additionally, the disc features a miter gauge for precise angle sanding. Whether you're sanding rough lumber or putting the finishing touches on a delicate project, the Jet® 6" x 48" Belt/9" Disc Sander will help you achieve the results you're looking for. It's perfect for home workshops, small businesses, and professional woodworking shops alike. Invest in the Jet® 6" x 48" Belt/9" Disc Sander today and experience the power, precision, and versatility of a top-of-the-line sanding tool.
- Built-in handles for easier portability
- Drive drum is rubber-coated for a better grip on the sanding belt resulting in less slippage
- Exclusive dual thumbscrew belt tracking adjustment locks to keep belt on track during use
- Graphite covered steel platen runs cooler increasing machine and belt life
- Large cast iron table has preset stops at 90° and 45° to let you use the belt sander vertically, horizontally or anywhere in between
- Specially designed belt guard allows full use of the 6" belt width and length
- Tracking adjustment knob with quick-lock handle keeps belt on track during use
- Model: JSG-96
- Motor Power: 3/4 HP, 1Ph
- Voltage: 115V
- Pre-wired Voltage: 115V
- Motor Amps: 11A
- Hertz: 60Hz
- Belt Size: 48" L x 6 W"
- Belt Speed (SFPM) 2,258
- Belt Table Tilt: 10° Up, 45° Down
- Table Size: 11" L x 5-1/2" W
- Miter Groove: 3/4" x 3/8"
- Disc Size: 9"
- Disc Table Size: 10" W x 12" L
- Disc Speed: 1,725
- Dust Port Diameter: 4"
- Abrasive Disc Provided: 80 Grit
- Net Weight: 128 lb
- Overall Dimensions: 16" L x 29" W x 28-1/2" H
- (1) Jet® 6" x 48" Belt/9" Disc Sander - 3/4 HP 1 Ph 115V - JSG-96
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A lot power
When it was time for a proper bench sander I opted to spend more in order to avoid the issues others have had with lesser brands. It bears noting that Jet's JSG-96 is at the bottom of their line, but even so it has spared me all of the problems cited by others with their Delta, Craftsman, Rikon, etc. Underpowered tools that won't adjust to square are common, but I've not experienced any difficulties of this nature with the JSG-96. Results meet expectations, and if they do not the problem is unfailing one of obvious operator error and is easily corrected. Warning, even at only 3/4 horse this tool will eat everything when outfitted with low-grit belts or discs; a nice touch for shaping and when rounding edges, but not so nice for knuckles and finger tips. Negatives associated with this tool are not overwhelming, but you'll want to take them into consideration. First, there's price. For the money you could almost buy two of the lesser brands and then just muddle through with their aggravating limitations and, honestly, if money had been more of an issue I might have done just that. Belt tracking with this tool is good but short of perfect. Despite my close attention I inadvertently trim one of every few belts down from 6 to 5 inches. All's well that ends well, but it's not fun to watch ten dollars of belt inexplicably jump to the side and then vaporize. Finally, the base of this tool is plastic. Maybe this really is a benefit, especially for those who must rotate tools from storage to stand, but I'm nervous enough about the long-term prospects that I've mounted my tool to a plywood base and then do my lifting from there. Whether or not one should select the JSG-96 depends upon a couple of factors. No question that this is a very good and stout tool (from the base up, at least; that plastic base still causes me to wince a little). I'm a busy and ambitious hobbyist and after the hours I've logged it's clear that this little monster will outlive me. On the other hand there's the matter of having 'too much' sander and then paying for it. I'll bet that even the amateur with a steady stream of overlapping projects could make do with something less, but then this tool is a pleasure to use and to own.