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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-02-2018, 12:55 PM Thread Starter
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Default SOLD! Jet JWSS-10LFR

For Sale Jet JWSS-10LFR

Asking $600
Located in Dayton, Ohio area
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This is a high end extremely accurate saw. Sold new over $1000.00

All parts are included and saw works fine. 110v/220v. It is wired for 110V
Extra Parts are brand new FREUD 10” Bladed in box
and a 10” Dado Stack.

I am downsizing my workshop.

Manual
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/91kSSLxAARL.pdf

Part are easily available
https://www.toolpartsdirect.com/jet-...aw-708770.html

The first big workshop purchase for most people is a tablesaw. Priced and sized between the large cabinet saws and small benchtop saws, a contractor-style saw is the logical choice for many. I surveyed several brands on the market, checking for flatness, runout, and whether the factory settings of the trunnions and motors were parallel to the miter-gauge slots in the tops. I also ripped and crosscut 8/4 white oak and hard maple to test the machines under load. All of the saws I tested performed well.
This hybrid Jet is a cross between the older style contractor’s saw and the heavier-duty standard cabinet saw. The saw is equipped with the same arbor and trunnions as the Jet contractor-style saw but with a new motor location and a great drive-belt system. The fence has a sight glass that is hard to read from some angles and a rubber thumbwheel for fine-tuning the fence setting.
Editor Test Results:
Table Flatness N/A
Parallel Test Miter slot to blade: 0.035 in.
Arbor Runout 0.003 in.
Noise N/A
Manufacturer Specifications:
Manufacturer Jet
Manufacturer's Web Site JET Tools | Quality Woodworking Tools, Industrial Tools and Machinery | Stand Behind Your Work
Max Rip Capacity 33 in.
Dust Collection Collection tray cabinet base with 4-in.-dia. outlet
Fence Stock
Horsepower 1-3/4 hp
Amps 12 amps
Volts 120v
Table Size 21-1/4 in. x 27 in. x 20-3/4 in.
Blade Size 10 in.
Blade Tilt Left
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I have the same saw and so far I really like it. Good luck with the sale.
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I had a very similar saw without the sliding table. It's a very ice saw! This is an absolute steal of a deal.
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