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Model 50180CC-WHD (with 4 sided carbide tips )
Model 50180CC-WHD (with 4 sided carbide tips )


 
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8-Inch Woodworking Jointer

If our 6" bench top jointer does not quite have the capacity you are looking for, improving on the great success of our previous 8 inch jointer models, we'd like to introduce our newly upgraded 8" WAHUDA spiral style bench top jointer model 50180CC-WHD.

As with our new 6" jointer, our new 8" model is still geared towards the budget-minded novice, but very capable of milling stock in a small pro shop. It's also manufactured to tight tolerances in a certified ISO 9001 factory and is CSA approved for performance and your safety.

With the cast iron tables, our new 8" jointer only weighs about 64 lbs, making it still easily maneuvered around your shop or jobsite ... just like our older models. The cast iron tables also provide better stability during operation and are less prone to scratching. Table leveling for coplanar, if ever needed, is still easily achieved via the 4 levelers installed in each table. Even the pull out extensions are easily adjustable for coplanar if necessary. With the 34" total table length end to end, extendable to 51" with the table extensions pulled out, machine depth of around 20", and total height of about 13", it will fit in just about the same footprint as a 6" jointer.

The newly incorporated spiral style cutterhead, manufactured with the same heavy duty aluminum extrusion over steel inner shaft, now provides you the cutting edge sharpness retention from having 16 carbide 4-sided insert tips installed. While being quieter than the straight knife cutterhead noise you have had to endure, you also get the smooth finish on your stock you've been looking for from the spiral design ... even on figured woods. And only having to loosen or remove one mounting screw on each insert, provides extremely quick tip rotation or replacement if the insert becomes nicked. This keeps your downtime to a minimum and your project on time.

Our new 8" jointer has some of the same features as our previous highly rated models. It still has the maximum capacity of 8" width and 1/8" maximum depth of cut and a 2 ½" included dust port with 4" adapter for better chip evacuation. This model has a 4 3/8" high by 24" long extruded aluminum fence which can be easily tilted from 90 to 135 degrees with ease. It has the same 120V 10 amp AC motor which provides ample machining power. Included are the push blocks, the tools you need to properly set up and adjust the machine, and a T-Torx wrench to rotate or replace the insert tips.

If you feel our new 8" jointer is a bit of overkill for your needs, or a little too large of footprint for your available shop space, check out our new 6" bench top jointer model 50160CC-WHD with cast iron tables and new spiral style cutterhead.


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Features
  • Powerful 10 Amp 120V motor
    Newly Incorporated Spiral Style Cutterhead with 16 4-sided carbide Inserts
    Long Extruded Fence with 90 to 135 Degree Tilt
    Adjustable and expandable table extensions

    If you're looking for a little bit more length or width capacity than our new Wahuda 6-inch woodworking jointer has, take a look at this new 8-inch jointer, which is an upgraded version of our older 8” Cutech jointer (40180HC-CT/40180HCB-CT). This compact benchtop jointer packs a lot of punch and, as small power jointers go, it's at the top of its class. It has a 34” table length, end-to-end, with table extensions allowing it to increase in length to 51”. It's about 20” deep, 13” high, and weighs less than 65 pounds, making it easy to move around either in the shop or out on the job site.

    The new spiral cutterhead features 16 4-sided carbide-tipped inserts that can quickly and easily be rotated to a new edge if an old one gets chipped or otherwise damaged. The 120V 10-amp motor provides all the power you'll need.


Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 11 Write a review »

  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Super impressed! February 24, 2020
Reviewer: Jaron from Utah  
I purchased this just about month ago and have gotten a lot of use out of it so far.  I found the setup to be pretty straightforward and fairly easy to get to calibrated.  Not sure if I got lucky right out of the box because after attaching and squaring the fence I was good to go.  I got the carbide tips and the cut is super smooth.  I find I get minimal snipe if I apply constant and even pressure across the entire cut.  This little guy has plenty of power and have had no issues with a variety of hardwoods.  Love the extenders for when I need to do longer cuts.  The jointer is a quality machine and for the price point is really tough to beat.  Had a minor issue with a crack in the dust collection adapter.  I emailed them and they responded on a Sunday morning (totally unexpected) and had a replacement part shipped out the next business day.  Very impressive company so far.  Will definitely be looking at purchasing additional equipment in the future.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Great little jointer! February 20, 2020
Reviewer: Kelly from Cheyenne, Wy  
I bought this to replace an older Craftsman 6" jointer. That is bulky and doesn't have any kind of dust collection. It's also a bear to change knives! Worked very well, but I've been wanting a wider bed and something more compact. This jointer is wonderful so far. Beautiful cuts, easy to use. I did have to make an adjustment as the outfeed table was initially a little high. After making adjustments, found that the cuts to the edge / face weren't square, even though fence was perfectly square. I sent an email to support, got an answer from Michael right away. He told me to joint the face before the edge, and that fixed it! I've always jointed in reverse, so had no idea! Love the jointer and appreciate quick and helpful support!

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  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
 
4 of 5 Decent February 5, 2020
Reviewer: Landon B from Federal Way  
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It’s a Spiral STYLE cutter head but no true spiral.  It does have individual cutters which are easy to turn to a fresh edge, but it doesn’t have any spiral to the cutters so they’re just a bunch of straight knives hitting at different times.  They don’t have the slight angle that gives a true spiral head it’s incredibly clean cut in figures woods.  There is also no overlap so for any point on the jointer only a single cutter will contact the wood.

Setup was as others have experienced with a tedious process for getting the tables aligned. Check corner to corner across each table for twist before calling it good!

It didn’t have a manual but they’re sending one.

They’ve been super responsive and when I expressed concerns they were more than happy to offer a refund.  I’d certainly never give it up for the price but it is a budget machine.  A Byrd spiral head costs nearly $500 itself so this is a good compromise for the price.

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  3 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
 
3 of 5 Missing parts/adjustments needed February 5, 2020
Reviewer: PJ Tesoro from N/A  
My jointer missing parts. Contact the company via email regarding missing parts. Upon inspection, the bracket handle did  not the match the handle to the fence handle.  Diff style.

Fence and beds  needed adjusting.

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  7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Price vs expectations February 5, 2020
Reviewer: Robert Majors  
Yes squaring the fence sucks and then some....  it's a benchtop jointer that is to be expected.  For being one of the only 8"benchtops it has almost no snipe and doesn't bog down like I thought it would.  Also came with a shop vac adapter, which is nice.  If you dont use any sort of collection I'd clean it out every few boards or any tool that sits low and collects that type of material will suffer.

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