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JET 708674PK JTAS-10XL30-1DX 10" Deluxe Xacta Table Saw + 30" Xacta Fence II is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
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If you've ever wondered about what a table saw can really do, look no further. Introducing the JET 10" Deluxe XACTA saw. The quick release riving knife and integrated push button arbor lock keeps the operator safe and more efficient. The Deluxe XACTA saw offers an upgraded Poly-V belt drive system for smooth operation and optimal power transfer, a fully shrouded blade for highly efficient dust collection. The 26" x 30" wings and deeper table gives you even more cast iron to work on. This XACTA saw model does NOT come with a storage drawer.

JET 708674PK Features:

  • 3HP, 1Ph, 230V
  • Busiest tool in your shop should have a 30" XACTA Fence w/T-square design
  • Take advantage of their cast iron wings for expanded work surface
  • Remarkably smooth and quiet operation due to the Poly-V Belt System
  • Miter gauge with adjustable positive stops
  • Protects your powerful 3HP motor with a hinged cover
  • Blade changes are even faster with the push-button arbor lock system
  • No reaching over, the switch is magnetically mounted on the rail
  • 1x JET 708674PK JTAS-10XL30-1DX 10" Deluxe Xacta Table Saw + 30" Xacta Fence II
  • Flesh Sensing System: No
  • Repeat Cut Marking System: No
  • Rip Capacity - Left (in): 13
  • Dust Port: No
  • Amperage (A): 14.5
  • Caster Platform Included: No
  • Number Of Miter Slots: 2
  • Table Material: Cast Iron
  • Bevel Capacity (°): 45
  • Max. Cut Depth @ 45° (in): 2.125
  • Table Height - Floor (in): 34
  • Bench Or Stationary: Stationary
  • Spindle Lock: Yes
  • Bevel Direction: Left Bevel
  • Miter Gauge: Yes
  • Horsepower (hp): 3
  • Dust Port OD (in): 4
  • Color / Finish: See Photo
  • Max. Cut Depth @ 90° (in): 3
  • Cord Length (ft): 8
  • Drive Motor System: Belt Drive
  • Spacing (Front Of Blade): 10
  • Fence Included: Yes
  • Micro Adjust Fence: No
  • Blade Speed (rpm): 4300
  • Arbor Size (in): 0.625
  • Voltage: 220 V
  • Rip Capacity - Right (in): 30
  • Max. Dado Diameter (in): 8
  • Dust Blower: Yes
  • Blade Material: Carbide Tipped
  • Product Type: Table Saw
  • Power Source: Corded Electric
  • Battery Included: No
  • Manufacturer Warranty: 5 Years (Residential); 2 Years (Commercial)


This product may or may not cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality Cabinet Saw at a Ressonable Price It was finally time to upgrade from my portable contractor saw. My contractor saw served me well for home improvement projects, but now being retired, I decided to venture into furniture/cabinet making fun. I started out thinking I would buy one of those black and red saws with all the safety features, but price aside, and after going to a demo on one, decided against one. I realized I?€™ve been using a table saw for 20 years with no accidents, plus I had heard a few too many stories of people cutting wet wood and forgetting to turn off the safety feature only to ruin and expensive blade and brake cartridge. I looked at all the other major brands as well and decided on the Jet 30 inch Deluxe Xacta Saw as the best combination of features and value. Dust collection was important to me and the Jet, with it?€™s blade shroud connected to the 4?€ dust port via a 4?€hose seemed better than some of the green versions that had no shroud or a split system with only a 2.5?€ hose connected to the blade shroud. The other feature I like was the T-square Xacta fence system, which got good reviews on Amazon for a stand alone fence system. The saw shipped in about a week, and while I never got a tracking or email notice, I did get a call from the freight company the day before delivery. I requested a box truck due to being in a gated community with narrower roads. Unfortunately, the freight company only used 18-wheelers. Knowing access would be an issue, I rented a small trailer and met the truck at my local Lowes parking lot. When I got the saw home and started unpacking it, I was really impressed how well it was packed. The main saw unit and accessories was inside a heavy gauge, double-walled carton. I don?€™t think there was a nick or scratch anywhere, at least from shipping. Nice job. The saw took at least 6 hours to put together (yeah, took my time so you might do it in a few hours less). Probably spent more time cleaning off the shipping grease than anything. Mostly used simple green as I didn?€™t have any of the recommended kerosene for degreasing. One note I?€™d make is the instructions were off in a few spaces. They show a step removing a bracket holding the motor in place for shipping. However, it looks like Jet did away with that bracket in favor of a block of Styrofoam that the motor was wedged against. Also, I needed to remove the interior dust collection hose to remove the box with hardware and accessories. Other than that, the bolts supplied for the wooden extension table didn?€™t match what was called for in the instructions. All in all, not a big deal. The saw doesn?€™t come with any cord or plug, so you?€™ll have to make one up to fit your situation. Bought 20?€™ of SJOOW 10/3 cord from Lowes, and a 220 plug end to match my 220 outlet. I read some other brands come with cords, albeit short 6?€™ versions, so I?€™d have had to replace those anyway. So, plan ahead if you can. As for the saw itself once put together, I found almost all of the key spec?€™s right on. The table was square to the blade as best I could tell using a combination square in the miter slot approach (didn?€™t have a saw gauge to check more accurately); the extension tables were close to perfectly flat. The only issue I could notice was the right-side table was off very slightly. Ended up leaving it a tad low on the outfeed side to get the infeed and center sections level with the main table. Shouldn?€™t be an issue since that misalignment is after the cut anyway. Dust collection is miles better than my contractor saw and best with the blade guard in place. However, like most users, I don?€™t use the guard all too often. Some dust falls inside the cabinet, but I expected that. However, there?€™s a gap in the cabinet bottom that covers the exterior drawer. I decided to use some foil tape to seal the gap. Not sure dust will get into the drawer (hasn?€™t yet) but I?€™m not sure where that dust would end up ultimately. The motor is powerful and at the same time quieter than my contractor saw. I tried ripping a 2x4 just for fun and while it ripped through it with little effort, I did get slight burning, which I?€™ve attributed to my combination saw blade (or I may need to do more alignment on the fence ?€“ to be determined) vs using a rip blade. Speaking of the fence, I did need to adjust it for parallel and 90 degrees vertical to the table face. The fence slides smoothly after an application of a little silicone lubricant to the mating surfaces, and locks securely. The riving knife/splitter is easy to mount dismount, but you?€™ll have to buy a low-profile riving knife for non through-cuts, which I wish the saw came with. On the downside, while the main table has a nice beveled edge, the cast iron extension wings do not, making the main table bevel somewhat pointless. This just seems like one of those corner cutting issues that wouldn?€™t be on true high-end saws. Also, it appears the cast iron extension tables aren?€™t as hard as the main table as, somehow, I?€™ve already put a few minor scratches in them. The on/off switch mounts to the underside of the rail on the left side, as with most cabinet saws. However, the start stop buttons are a bit small. I?€™ve seen some makes with larger off buttons that you can trip with your knee. The Jet switch on the other had does require you to look at it to push the off button. No a huge deal ?€“ same as my old saw ?€“ but an easy change to improve safety in my opinion. Also, I would note that I had to call Jet/JPW Industries technical support and got right through to a tech who spoke native English and answered my question straight off. That was reassuring. The question was on wiring the switch, which was a bit confusing. There are no instructions for wiring the switch other than to have it done by a qualified electrician. However, there is a wiring diagram in the manual which is what I used, but called tech support to be absolutely sure of what I was reading. All in all, I?€™m very happy with my new saw and would buy it again.
Date published: 2018-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice cabinet saw I purchased this saw March 2012. Ordered it on a Saturday and had it by the following Friday. Saw arrived very well packaged, no issues whatsoever with the liftgate delivery. Factory settings were just about spot on in all areas, and only minor tweaking of the 90 degree stop was all that was required. Everything assembled well and I couldn't be more pleased with my purchase. This is a very robustly constructed saw and is a joy to use. It is exactly what I had hoped it would be.
Date published: 2012-10-04
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