JET® jointers create smooth, consistent surfaces on every side of your stock. They prepare materials so you can complete more sophisticated cuts, and they ensure everything fits together at precise angles. Most importantly, these woodworking jointers save time. They work much more quickly than hand tools, and they're designed to produce consistent results.
Many Jet jointers have large infeed and outfeed tables. These are vital parts of the machines because they prevent material from rocking as it moves across the cutter head. Woodworking jointers produce their highest-quality results when materials remain flush against their guide rails, and long tables keep everything under control. This prepares the wood for other Jet woodworking tools that rely on straight edges for accuracy. Cutter positions also play a major role in the performance of these machines. Woodworking jointers with adjustment wheels or handles help you change the height of your blades with precision.
Many Jet jointers have additional functions as well. Some feature rabbiting ledges that create rabbits on flat wood planes. They also tilt for beveled planes at 45 and 90-degree angles. These additional features enable complex tasks and eliminate the need for extra tools. Jointer planer combos have even more versatility. These machines combine two Jet tools in a single unit. Once the jointer portion creates flat and consistent edges on a piece of wood, the planer cuts it to your desired thickness. Combination jointer planer combos save space in your shop and minimize the distance you have to carry heavy stock. These tools also connect to Jet dust collectors, so you can clear the air as you make your cuts. This saves time and protects your tools from excess debris.
Professional-quality projects require flat wood surfaces with precise angled cuts, and that's what you get with these Jet jointers. Find a machine with the features you need to prepare your stock right here.
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