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Model 25-130H

Rikon - 13" Benchtop Planer with Helical Cutterhead - Model 25-130H

$799.99

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13” Benchtop Planer #25-130H features a six row helical-style cutter head and 26 HSS insert cutters. Each indexable knife insert is precision sharpened on two edges and can be easily...

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13” Benchtop Planer #25-130H features a six row helical-style cutter head and 26 HSS insert cutters. Each indexable knife insert is precision sharpened on two edges and can be easily changed/rotated if damaged or worn. You simply loosen, rotate, and retighten! The alternating cutter pattern in the cutter head is superefficient, and produces a smooth cut surface. This planer also features a threaded 4-post housing for extra head stability when running, a side handle for quick table height adjustments, repeat cut setting lever, large fold-up extension tables, flat top for stock returning, and side carry handles.

Specifications

  • Motor: 15 Amp, 115V 60Hz, 2HP
  • Motor Speed: 22000 RPM (no load)
  • Cutterhead: 2” diameter, 10000 RPM
  • Number of HSS Inserts: 26, 6 rows
  • Max Cut Depth: 1/8”
  • Max Cutting Width: 13”
  • Max Cutting Depth (Height): 6”
  • Min. Length of Stock: 7”
  • Min. Width of Stock: 3/4"
  • Min. Thickness of Stock: 3/16”
  • Feed Speed (SF/Min): 26
  • Table Size: 9-1/4” L x 13-1/16” W
  • Extension Tables (2): 12” L x 14” W
  • Dust Port (OD): 4” or 2-1/2” diameter
  • Dust Collection min CFM: 650
  • Noise Level: 100 dB
  • Unit Height: 17-5/16”
  • Unit Width: 26-1/4”
  • Unit Depth: 34-1/4”
  • Base Size: 13-1/4” L x 22” W
  • Net Weight: 73 lbs.
  • Shipping Weight: 77 lbs.
  • Warranty: 5-Year

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    great product

    I bought about a year ago great product exceeded expectations helical head only way to go

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