Question about Delta JT160 Shopmaster 10 Amp 6 Inch Benchtop Jointer
The front (leading) edge of my in-feed table is approx 1/32" lower than the back (next to cutter) edge. Is there a way to adjust this to absolutely parallel with out-feed table?
Well, the infeed table is supposed to be lower than the outfeed table. This is how the jointer actually removes material to flatten a face or board edge. What is important is that the the outfeed table is level with the top of the cutterhead blades, so as you push material through the cutterhead, the outfeed table fully supports the workpiece.
The infeed table is supposed to be adjustable up and down to remove different amounts of material.
If both infeed and outfeed tables were aligned, no material would be cut (assuming the outfeed was aligned with top of the blades).
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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