Here's What a Wahuda Jointer Is Actually Like After 2 Years

Here's What a Wahuda Jointer Is Actually Like After 2 Years

I have had my Wahuda jointer for nearly two years. I get several questions about this Wahuda jointer and what I think about it after using it in the wood shop for nearly two years. Amazon and other affiliate links are used in this description and help support this channel.

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0:00 Wahuda Jointer Review
0:43 What does a Jointer Do?
1:01 Features I Like on the Wahuda Jointer?
3:14 How has the Jointer Held Up?
4:11 Wahuda Jointer Limitations
5:29 Wahuda Jointer Problems
6:18 Do I Recommend the Wahuda Jointer?
6:39 Best Push Blocks for a Jointer
7:08 Jointing Wood without a Jointer

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  1. Bruce Pollock on November 10, 2023 at 10:08 pm

    Has you experienced this problem ?. I think it may be a design flaw. Once you get the jointer co-planner etc and everything is perfect you then proceed to lower the infeed table and problems start. Because the internal adjustment treaded rod is on the left side, the table immediately becomes out of accuracy due to sloppiness in the treaded rod. The indeed table favours the left side in tension during lowering and raising. Hard to explain but the table doesn’t not continue being parallel in the original set position.

  2. Hectatus Breakfastus on November 10, 2023 at 10:11 pm

    Thanks for this review, looking at getting a 10" one from Magnum industrial would like to get a shelix head for it though but can’t seem to find one at the moment.

  3. Don Meyers on November 10, 2023 at 10:12 pm

    What in the hell is a TUBATEN?

  4. darryl reynolds on November 10, 2023 at 10:12 pm

    I had a thought the other day. I see guys on here all the time building bench to hold their miter saw, these bench usually take up the whole of one side of their shop., and the have a cut out for the mitersaw that levels the bed of the saw to the bench. This way they work safely with lo ger boards. My question is, why not incorporate the jointer in the bench the same way, also allowing you to jointing boards safely without having to wrestle with it.

  5. Ted Wilkes on November 10, 2023 at 10:13 pm

    Unfortunately, mine arrived with dips in the middle of both in-feed & out feed tables. Neither are flat.

  6. Burning Tree on November 10, 2023 at 10:21 pm

    Hi Matt, I thought your review was right on. I have the 10” version. It’s absolutely great but the fence is garbage. It’s amazing that these companies don’t market accessory upgrade options like a cast iron fence, they would make so much money! Anyone know where you could get a better fence for this jointer?

  7. Scott Rogers on November 10, 2023 at 10:23 pm

    I sent you a message asking if you do woodworking or just tool reviews. I think I may have asked that in a manner that was negative. I did not mean it that way. My apologies. I do like your tool reviews, let me try this again and hope I ask it correctly this time. I am wondering if you ever do woodworking techniques and tricks. I’ve been a good for about 25 years now and have been watching different video’s for the last couple years and have found many better techniques or ways of doing things differently. Most have been better ways. Some of them are due to better tools since I started in this industry. I’m assuming you’re a good woodworker and would I would like to see some of your secrets to being a better more efficient woodworker. I tend to be old school and things can take to long.
    Again sorry for the confusion.

  8. Tim Romano on November 10, 2023 at 10:23 pm

    How does the Wahuda jointer compare with the Dewalt planer in terms of its decibel level? I have been around the Dewalt and know what it sounds like, so it would be a good comparison noise-wise.

  9. rcrogers6 on November 10, 2023 at 10:25 pm

    Does the Wanda jointer have a Universal (loud) or TEFC motor? Could you let us know when a power tool has a relatively quiet TEFC motor. Thank you.

  10. Elaine on November 10, 2023 at 10:26 pm

    Bought this over a year ago. With the pull out feeder and cast iron top, it was great value. I went with a carbide chips over the blade, as blades are expensive and do not have a long life. I use it all the time on mostly hard woods. For the smaller shop, it is perfect. Yes, the fence could be a little more solid, but it is square and easily adjustable. Customer support was supreme. Oh, and it came with blocks that are perfectly adequate.

  11. ttoy360 on November 10, 2023 at 10:29 pm

    I like you Tee shirt, also your content.

  12. christopher chandler on November 10, 2023 at 10:32 pm

    I have been having problems with my 8inch Wahuda jointer. The infeed table does not stay in parallel with the outfeed table with being lowered. The left side lowers before the right side. A lot of times the knobs would get stuck on the fence, the lock knob for depth of cut for the infeed table, and I would have to use an adjustable wrench to free them up.

  13. Jim Acker on November 10, 2023 at 10:37 pm

    Milescraft has decent push blocks with a drop down as well.
    But this unit is now on my kissmiss wish list for me wife….

  14. Zero_Narrative on November 10, 2023 at 10:43 pm

    too many equiavlent cheaper options. you sponsored? WEN.

  15. John Frazier on November 10, 2023 at 10:46 pm

    I have the Cutech 8" version of this jointer. Fairly new and I am impressed with output so far. One thing you might be interested in is they created fence supports or stiffeners. They make the fence rock solid and I am pretty sure you could retrofit parts to the older Wahuda jointers. Give Cutech a call as they do sell parts here in the US.

  16. William Riley on November 10, 2023 at 10:47 pm

    Seems all the table top jointers are too small for my application. I want to build a 6FT table. What should I be using to flatten boards?

  17. Tim Romano on November 10, 2023 at 10:48 pm

    Any limitations/negatives from the cutterhead having only two cutters per facet, or from the cutters not being set at an angle?

  18. Creative Custom Designs on November 10, 2023 at 10:55 pm

    I’m interested in getting a jointer, so I watched your review a couple times, then went looking for what might be available in our area. Looks like there are a few different names on what seems to be the same jointer. King International makes one and it happens to be on sale right now ($625, from $827) at one of the woodworking stores not far from us. Humm, now I have to find a way to sell it to my Mrs. Thanks for your review.

  19. Alex Cameron on November 10, 2023 at 10:57 pm

    Bought one for the Labor Day sale . Love your honesty!

  20. Christ IsLord on November 10, 2023 at 11:01 pm

    I was going to buy one of these things, but i bought an 8" Jet helical head.

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