jet woodworking

Jet Woodworking Tools

jet woodworking

Jet woodworking tools are a great option for both beginners and intermediate woodworkers. They offer a wide range of tools at affordable prices.

They are a high-rated brand of tools that receives a lot of positive feedback on online reviews. One of the most popular Jet tools is their wood lathe, known as the JWL-1221VS (on Amazon). This machine is praised for its great grip on the wood and steady operation.


Jointers are power tools that use a cutter head to flatten the face and edge of a woodworking stock. This allows the boards to be glued together without any twist or warping of the lumber. Jet has a wide selection of jointers including compact benchtop models, planer/jointer combinations and their innovative helical cutterhead models. A common size for a jointer is 6 inches and most can handle material up to about 3/8 inch thick, although longer machines are available for working with wider materials. Regardless of which size you choose, you can expect a smoother more consistent cut on your lumber with the help of a jointer from Jet.

Dust Collectors

Jet woodworking requires dust collection for several reasons, mainly to keep the air in your shop clean and to protect yourself from potential health hazards. The fine particles from cutting, grinding and sanding wood can be harmful to your lungs and potentially cause respiratory problems and even skin irritation.

A proper dust collector sucks most of the dust from your machines and collects it for later disposal, filters out the finer particles, and returns clean air back into the shop. A good collector also has a radio frequency remote control to allow you to turn it on and off from a distance.

Dust collectors are available in a variety of configurations and types to meet the unique needs of different industries. The most common type is a pulse jet dust collector, which minimizes air particle contamination using short bursts of compressed air.


A lathe is a woodworking tool that allows a user to trim and shape a workpiece by spinning it at high speeds. Long shaped items such as table legs, fence spindles, and baseball bats are often made on lathes, but there are a variety of other projects that can be turned on them.

To start turning, choose the best blank piece of wood for your needs and clamp it in the lathe. You should also make sure that the piece is free of knots and cracks.

Once the blank is in place, adjust the tool rest so that it is close enough to provide control, but far enough away that the stock does not strike the workpiece when swung by hand. This distance is usually about a half inch, but experienced turners can learn what works for them over time.

Lathes come in several sizes and types, including midi, mini, full-size, and benchtop models. Midi lathes are a great choice for woodturners who want a larger turning capacity without having to take up more space on their workbench. They also feature a range of features and can be more affordable than their larger, full-size counterparts.