The New Style of Woodworking Jointer – You Won't Believe It!
The New Style of Woodworking Jointer – You Won't Believe It!
This NEW Jointer has two cutter heads making it twice as fast and a power feeder, making it one of the safest jointers in the woodworking world. It’s a game-changing machine for flattening and surfacing wood.
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I could imagine this being a total pain to keep in alignment.
That jointer is a dream…
What’s the biggest board the power feed can handle?
Does it have adjustable feed rate?
Looks like the edge cutter is 3-4inch tall?
You guys making a planer and table saw too? 🔥🔥🔥
Looks to be a pro shop tool or for a well heeled avid woodworker; l’ll have to stick to my no. 8 stanley & my $100.00 6" jet garage buy.🙂
thats a good price for hobbyists, watching this I was thinking why not just get a D4 machine, but you wouldnt get near it for that money
It looks like the skew of the table cancels out the skew of the spiral cutter head
I just envisioned a a simple planer on top of a simple jointer for us broke people.
Loose clothes on both operators 🙂
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Freaking phenomenal piece of equipment that would be perfect for my guitar shop! I have a 12" grizzly planer jointer combo and a Jet 6" jointer and of coarse the old DeWalt 13" planer that we all started out with, this machine will easily replace all of that and for what I’m assuming will be around $5500-$6000 after the updates, shipping/freight and taxes that is still an incredible value for this beast! I really love the footprint too, not too long!
For the dust collector… Can PLEASE make sure there is a flow rate vs static pressure curve. That is critical for designing proper dust collection…
Not something needed today… But at launch
These existed back in the 70’s and 80’s. They didn’t catch on.
Looks like quality innovative stuff, I’ll definently be paying attention.
10.000$ idea; Make the side cutter exhangeable with tb90/safety cutters and you’ll have a moulder/planer/shaper which could be pretty neat for tongue and groove etc.
There is a good chance my next CNC is going to be a phantom. Very cool to see them coming out with cool production versions of standard tools!
8 Power Feeders in a minute. lol
Sign me up. Very very interested.
Would be nice if the table was a little longer. Looks kind of short for a 10 inch
Izzy, can you solve the problem jointers have of going out of square?
I wished you would have stayed down to earth like you did from the beginning! But now it seems your in to high dollar stuff that’s gotten away from small shops an people that don’t have lots of money and have to make there on things like you used to do.
What a machine, getting ready to order cnc from Steve, might have to get the jointer too, great video as always
Dang that is cheap!!! Love it Izzy!
Giving it the standard rabbeting ledge would be great so the "joint boards wider than the jointer hack" can still be used.
Fantastic looking piece of gear. Dual cutting faces very clever move. 👍👍
That is actually a GREAT PRICE!
Wow Izzy! That machine is gonna be hot item!
Fire your welder. 🙂
I don’t have the space, power, or need for this. But I kind of want it.
That overhead feed is great! When I saw those 2 blades, I figured that many fingers were getting planed….
This is cool.
I’m not sure why you won’t let anyone else operate a jointer in your shop. I find that my jointer is one of the least dangerous tools that I have. I have a pork chop guardf and always use push pads and I have never had anything but great experiences. I’m much more comfortable running the jointer over any of my saws or my router table. All that being said, that’s one sweet jointer for a large shop. I’m more interested in that quiet dust collector.
This is all kinda production line gear….As a small woodworker/hobbyist sadly I’ll have to pass…
assuming this things won’t be cheap – is there any real reason to get this when four headed moulder that would would just get all four sides of a board nicely milled at once?
oops silly me didn’t hear the estimated price and hearing it now it seems pretty reasonable
Am I the only one that was nervous watching her step back in front with that baggy shirt on? That is one cool machine.
I saw a 4 sider on Craigslist a while ago that would have been worth buying if I could afford it, fit it in my shop, and power the machine. This thing kinda looks like a finger eater if you don’t have the power feeder.
Totally believe it, this dates back to what what……the 1850’s? 🤭
The auto-feed jointer is self-adjusting for height, within limits. But watching it, it occurred to me that planers should automatically drop by the amount of the cut, each pass, and then revert to the initial measurement when going to a new board.
Love the jointer idea, not so much on the loose clothing in the shop @ 4:43 she’s getting awful close to having trouble.
I agree on the protective part. I wouldn’t want anyone I care about using the jointer. I’ve gotten my thumb chewed up and turned into hamburger meat before on one. It’s my least favorite tool that I know I have to use and the one I’m most cautious when using. Jointers can do some amazing work on wood, but can also be the MOST dangerous tool in the shop. I try and avoid using my jointer whenever I can.
Issy, for the power feeder to work it will have to press down with enough force to pull the board across the planer table. This will at least partially if not completely flatten any boards with a bow, twist, or a warp. It is just like using an outfeed roller on a thickness planer. Especially when the pressure is right after the cutterhead as you mentioned. And we all know how that works, any bow, twist, or a warp is just flattened as it is planned, just to have the bow, twist, or a warp spring back after being released from the tension of the feed rollers.
So, if you are planing near flat boards, great! 😎Otherwise, not so much. 😢
Not trying to be a downer, but I think this is why it hasn’t been done before, it’s a great idea if it could work.
All the Best, Chuck
Man that’s pretty cool stuff..
wouldn’t the power feed put too much downward pressure on the board to properly flatten?
Super video I am really interested in the dust collector.
Great looking tool. Those loose jackets when walking past the spinning cutter head made me cringe.
Man. As someone who’s lost 3 fingers to a jointer, I’d love to have one of these. People just don’t understand how dangerous they are. Great job on this thing!
Izzy, could the vertical cutter be swapped out with shaper bits so I could make tongue and grove as well as shiplap boards? That way I can repurpose my power feeder and essentially sell my shaper.
Great video man! I had this exact same idea to square 2 sides at once, I was going to make a fence and use a decent router
Come on, let’s see a real test! Do Ironwood and Balsa!