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Jointer Planers


   
Jointer planers are essential for any wood worker. They are the only tool that

can be used to mill rough stock four square and clean up a sawn edge.

A jointer works by planing a small amount (1/32" to 1/16") of wood from one face or edge. Consisting of an infeed and outfeed table a jointer uses a series of cutting knives mounted onto a cylinder to remove wood. The infeed table is set for the depth of the cut by being lowered in relation to the cutting knives and the outfeed table.

Jointers are classified by the width of their cutting knives. A 6" jointer has cutting knives 6" long and that is the maximum width of wood they will accept.

GENERAL 6" DELUXE JOINTER

  • Large surface ground cast iron tables will ensure accuracy
    6" Deluxe Jointer
    General 6" Deluxe Jointer


  • Extra long tables to assure a perfectly flat and true table surface up to 55-1/4"

  • Heavy-duty, three-knife cutterhead allows fast cutting and superior finish

  • Jack screws system for easy knife adjustment

  • Heavy-duty center mounted with large cast iron fence with 90° & 45° positive stops for quick adjustment

  • In-feed and out-feed tables are adjusted by handwheels for more precision. A rabbeting ledge is built into the table

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