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Model #37-071

12 Amp 6 in. Benchtop Joiner, 2 Blades

  • Durable cast iron construction increases weight and stability
  • Precision-machining of the table and fence ensures accuracy
  • 5 Year warranty
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Product Overview

The Delta 6 in. Corded Jointer comes with a pair of push blocks for easily and safely moving material through the jointer. It features a built-in dust blower that ejects chips efficiently and virtually eliminates clogged dust chutes and also includes an aluminum cutter head with two knives. The simple jackscrew arrangement offers easy adjustment when changing knives.
  • Durable cast-iron construction increases weight, providing stability and reducing vibration
  • Precision-machining of table and fence ensures long-term accuracy
  • Heavy-duty, cast-iron fence support system for accurate jointing
  • Simple fence adjust system with adjustable positive stops at 90°s and 45 degrees in and out
  • 5-year warranty

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Voltage (volts)120120115
PortabilityBenchBenchBench
Depth AdjustmentYesYesYes
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
33.66
Product Height (in.)
12
Product Width (in.)
15.74

Details

Adjustable Depth Stops
Yes
Amperage (amps)
12
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Jointer
Color Family
Multi-Colored
Condition
New
Depth Adjustment
Yes
Depth Measurement System
Yes
Dust collection type
Port
Lockout Power Switch
Yes
Maximum Speed (rpm)
10000
Portability
Bench
Product Weight (lb.)
76
PT Horsepower (Hp)
1-1/2
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)
120

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year

Questions & Answers

11Questions25Answers

how easy is it to change blades on jointer

Asked by hoho December 10, 2015
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The retaining screws are very tight. You should be certain the tool is in the head of the screw squarely when you attempt to remove them. It's amazing to how many times I see people think they have a tool on a screw or bolt properly and have it round the fastener. The tool that came with mine flexed drastically when I changed mine for the first time so I bought a quality replacement socket replacement. When you replace the screws don't be tempted to leave the screws not as tight as they should be. Also, this tool will remove parts your fingers very fast so be sure to unplug it.

Can i run 2×6s through it

Asked by Magicman April 9, 2017
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yes I just did a 2x6x18" Doug fir and it worked great.

How many speeds does it have?

Asked by MontyZ April 1, 2017
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The switch is just for ON and OFF. There is no speed adjustment for it.

Is the red swivle pressure "thingy" easily removeable, and quick to put back on?

Asked by CuriousGeorge December 22, 2017
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Its a safety device and should not be removed

Where can I buy this product ?

Asked by andy July 14, 2018
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Tool department at Home Depot

What is the maximum depth of the cut

Asked by Riverwood August 12, 2020
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⅛ inch

What is the horse power of the motor?

Asked by jerry October 12, 2017
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12 amps which is about 1-½ to 1-¾ HP

What is the model number of this? Also do you sell replacement blades for this jointer?

Asked by Ross December 15, 2015
2
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37-071 and yes

Which replacement blades are needed?

Asked by CarolG November 24, 2017
1
Answer

Yes fot the Delta 6 inch benchtop joiner.

How long is the table on this jointer?

Asked by Lordofthestrings May 24, 2017
1
Answer

291/2 ins from end to end with the outfeed table being slightly longer than the infeed .

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I had a older Rockwell model This is so much more advanced and was easy to set up.
I had a older Rockwell model This is so much more advanced and was easy to set up.
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Performed exactly how I wanted it to, easy set up
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The machine is fine, the shipping was absolutely awful. Home...
The machine is fine, the shipping was absolutely awful. Home Depot chose to use OnTrac to ship this product and it was delayed more than a week, just sitting at the truck depot while my project sat in limbo. Not impressed. Will not order for shipping again without a guarantee that they will not use that service again.
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Tries to level and square the table several times. No...
Tries to level and square the table several times. No factory help. Terrible snipe. Returned. Bought a Wahuda.
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PROS: Sturdy construction. Surfaces very flat. Runs smoothly because of it's heavy mass. Cutting...
PROS: Sturdy construction. Surfaces very flat. Runs smoothly because of it's heavy mass. Cutting quality is excellent. Recommended as a first jointer for new hobbyists or for tight woodshops/garages (I built a rolling cart to hold a planer underneath this jointer, to save floor space). CONS: Out of the box, the blades will definitely need to be adjusted to the exact height of the outfeed table (boards had wicked snipe on the ends because the blades were many thou too high). The instructions say to use a level and see if the blades can slide it 1/8" max, but I recommend mounting a $15 dial indicator on the end of a flat block of wood instead (my blades are within 0.001" now). Blade adjustment is finicky, so be prepared to spend a little time getting these adjusted. This is time WELL spent because all the wonderful flatness in your boards will come from having the blades at exactly the same height as the outfeed table. The dust port is not a standard size (which seems to be a common issue among several tool brands). Be prepared to buy or 3D print an adapter. When buying an adapter, pay attention to whether the dimensions given are for the INSIDE or OUTSIDE of the tube. The fence is a bit wonky and hard to adjust to 45 and 90 degrees. I removed it for just a few minutes to paste wax the metal underneath, then put it back on and it's out of square again. It CAN be adjusted perfectly, so just be prepared to muck with it a bit if you ever remove or re-adjust the angle on it. Once adjusted, it seems very sturdy and doesn't flex in use. The cutting-depth indicator and adjustment knob for the infeed table height are not precision pieces. You'll end up ignoring the gauge and just going by feel. Run a scrap piece of wood through it and adjust the bite by eye and feel, OR use the dial indicator block again to adjust the infeed table height.
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It was a little bit difficult to adjust the blades...
It was a little bit difficult to adjust the blades but overall I’m very satisfied with my purchase.
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Everything was great from initial order to receiving the new...
Everything was great from initial order to receiving the new piece of equipment. Overall an excellent rating.
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I tried adjusting the knives on the jointer for several...
I tried adjusting the knives on the jointer for several hours and I could not get them set correctly the way I wanted so I ended up returning the Jointer.
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