Question about Jet Masonry Tools
Infeed bed plate seized up and can not adjust. how do i remove the infeed table plate?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i found on some jointer/planers that this problem, is the way its designed. you can adjust the two feeds close but not close enough. what your supposed to do is push the wood thru one side with pressure on top and side(right hand), then when it touches blade slowly but steadily switch pressure part on the outfeed side. when you think anout it you are cutting an L shaped notch(until the end) so you dont want the side to be exactly parallel. table top jointers are tricky to use.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
Try these folks. They were formerly a Powermatic dealer and still have a number of parts on hand. I was in there yesterday and they are getting away from Powermatic and going exclusively to Sawstop.
J Redmond Wm And Son Inc 320 Coweta Industrial Parkway, Suites A&B
Newnan, GA 30265
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
I'm not familiar with hobby type machines like craftsman, but good shop jointers have levers or hand wheels for the infeed and out,either on the sides or the front. I hope your outfeed is the higher one. When jointing, the amount of stock material removed should be compensated by the hight of the outfeed table, otherwise you will produce a taper near the end of the board your jointing. Check and see if raising or lowering the knives moves the outfeed if you still can't find separate adjusters.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
The most important part of the jointer is that the cutting edge is perfectly level with the out feed table, then, bring up the infeed table, with straight edge on rear, make all adj necessary to get these things lined up flat, not level, but flat, straight, even. Then it will cut perfectly flat and even. no snipes,. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 07, 2012
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