Overview

The Jet JJ-8, 8" Closed Stand Jointer is a 2 hp, 220 volt

woodworking machine used to produce a flat surface

along a board's length. When used on the narrow edge of

a board, it prepares it for use in a butt joint or for gluing

into panels. On the face of a board (up to 8 inches wide),

it removes irregularities and makes the board flat.


Training Required: Woodworking 101.



Features

  • Three high speed steel knives provide over 16,500 cuts per minute for a superior finish.
  • Heavy-duty cast iron infeed and outfeed tables with precision machined finish
  • Built-in rabbeting ledge adds versatility
  • Two-way tilting fence with positive stops at 45° and 90° to handle bevel operations
  • Large, heavy-duty table adjustment handwheel has a locking knob for quick, easy and secure table height corrections
  • Heavy duty magnetic controls provide long life and reliability
  • Built-in dust chute with 4" port connects to your collection system for efficient dust/chip disposal
  • Center fence controls are conveniently mounted to allow quick adjustments
  • Powerful 2HP motor easily handles the toughest jointing tasks
  • Heavy-duty, one-piece steel closed stand includes mounting tabs for increased stability

Specifications

Cutting Capacity

8"W x 1/2"D

Cutterhead Speed

5500 RPM

Number of Knives

3

Rabbeting Capacity

1/2"

Rabbet Ledge

3-1/8" x 8-3/4"

Table Surface

9"W x 66-1/2"L

Fence

4"W x 38-1/2"L

Knife Size 8"L x 11/16"W x 1/8"T
Fence Tilt 45*L, 45*R
Positive Stops 45*L, 90*, 45*R
Motor  2HP, 1Ph, 60Hz, 230V
Net Weight 400lbs

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Hazards & Safety

 Crush Hazard (feet).  Any number of things in the woodshop can seriously injure your feet if you drop something on them. Wear eye protection (ANSI Z87 preferred) at all times in the woodshop.
 

Moving Parts. Many of our power tools have rotating parts, gears, belts, blades, pulleys, gantries, etc.  You should always make sure you have secured loose hair/clothing/accessories at all times in the woodshop.  Additionally, do not wear any kind of gloves when using mechanical equipment, due to snagging risks.

  Wear closed-toe shoes at all times in the woodshop.
 Sharp Implements.  There are many things in the woodshop that can puncture and cut skin.  Many of our tools make louder than normal noises, so wear hearing protection as needed.
 Fume/Ventilation Hazard.  Fine sawdust/particulate, fumes from paint, stains, and other chemicals, and fumes from other areas (such as the metalworking area) may be present.  Always use the available dust collection and ventilation systems.  Wear breathing protection where fumes or fine particulate dust is present.


Roswell FireLabs
1601 Holcomb Bridge Rd

Roswell, GA 30076

Roswell FireLabs is managed by Atlanta Maker Alliance, Inc., a local 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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