The CX06 6" Jointer is a well equipped machine with its independently adjustable precision ground infeed and outfeed tables and dovetailed adjustable ways. Powered by a powerful 1 HP TEFC capacitor start induction motor for soft starts providing longer motor life and superior dependability. This machine is great for all milling and jointing applications with its durable cast iron fence assembly ensuring accurate cutting operations.
Powerful 1 HP TEFC capacitor start induction motor
Precision ground independently adjustable infeed/outfeed tables
Cast iron fence assembly
Table Size: 6" W x 46" L
Table Height: 32-1/2"
Overall length: 46"
Overall Width: 27-1/2"
Shipping Weight: 80 kg
Net Weight: 74 kg
Box 1 Size: 48-1/2" x 21" x15"
Box 2 Size: 20-1/2" x 15-3/4" x 28-3/4"
Foot Print: 18" x 13-1/2"
Cutterhead Diameter: 2-1/2"
Cutterhead Speed: 4800 RPM
Cuts Per Minute: 14,400
Tables: independently Adjustable, Precision Ground Cast Iron
Stand: Preformed Steel
Ways: Dovetailed, Adjustable
Fence Assembly: Cast Iron
Body Assembly: Cast iron
Base: One Piece Steel Cabinet
Cutterhead: 3 Knife Slots c/w jack Screws & springs
Guard: Die Cast Metal
Bearings: Sealed & Permanently Lubricated
Type TEFC: TEFC Capacitor Start Induction
Horsepower: 1 HP
Phase / Voltage: Single - 110Volt
Cycle / RPM: 60 Hertz / 3450 RPM
Power Transfer: V-Belt Drive
Bearings: Sealed & Lubricated Ball Bearings
Fence: Center Mounted, Positive Stops at 45 Deg & 90 Deg.
Table Movement: Handwheel/Lever and infeed & Outfeed tables with ½" Rabbeting Capacity Built-In
This machine has very good aspects and some weak points, so you need to know what you need from the machine before buying. The strongest point is the solidity and rigidness of the table and fence. Cuts are extremely accurate and reproducible. It requires 3-4 hours to assemble, and you need someone to help you with the assembly. The weak points are the straight blade and lack dust extraction. The cut quality is noticeably worse than with a helical cutter, so I plane afterwards. If you damage the blade then the whole blade will need to be replaced. There is nothing to help clear wood chips from the blade. If you don’t connect to a vacuum then wood chips get between the blade and the workpiece damaging the workpiece, so a vacuum dust extraction is absolutely necessary.