Wood Drum Table

wood drum table
    drum table
  • (Drum tables) are round tables introduced for writing, with drawers around the platform.
  • A table of circular form on a tripod base with drawers. English. Sometimes called a rent table.
  • A circular writing table supported by a central pedestal with frieze drawers.
  • the hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees
  • The hard fibrous material that forms the main substance of the trunk or branches of a tree or shrub
  • forest: the trees and other plants in a large densely wooded area
  • United States film actress (1938-1981)
  • A golf club with a wooden or other head that is relatively broad from face to back (often with a numeral indicating the degree to which the face is angled to loft the ball)
  • Such material when cut and used as timber or fuel
wood drum table - JET 22-44
JET 22-44 PRO 22-Inch 3-Horsepower 1PH DRO Drum Sander with Table and Caster
JET 22-44 PRO 22-Inch 3-Horsepower 1PH DRO Drum Sander with Table and Caster
Includes 22-44 Pro 3HP, 1Ph Sander with DRO - 649600

The Jet 22-44 PRO Drum Sander with Table and Caster offers several innovative features such as a digital read-out (DRO) screen, patented conveyor belt trackers, and a no-give power-feed belt that ensures you superior control over all your sanding projects. The sander also features Jet's proprietary SandSmart control that continuously monitors the load on the drum motor and automatically regulates the speed of the conveyor motor. These features combine to give superior control over the smoothness, safety, and precision of your sanding projects.

The JET 22-44 PRO Drum Sander with Table offers:
SandSmart technology for precision, control, and safety
A digital screen that allows you to preset exact material thicknesses and displays when sanding is complete
A 22-inch drum and 3/32-inch height adjustment

Clear controls and indicators let you focus on the job at hand.

The carriage arm supports a 22-inch drum and aligns easily with the conveyor bed for consistent contact with the conveyor bed. View larger

Two motors designed for durability power this sander, while casters make it easy to move.
Digital Read-Out Screen for Superior Accuracy
Whether you're a hobbyist or a professional, you will appreciate this drum sander's digital read-out (DRO) screen for the time and energy it saves. The DRO screen allows you to preset the exact thickness of the work piece and digitally displays it when the sanding is complete, so your sanding can be easily controlled and verified.
Exclusive SandSmart Technology Prevents Machine Overload
Designed to achieve an expert finish without machine overload, the Jet 22-44's exclusive SandSmart feature continuously monitors the load on the drum motor, and automatically regulates the speed of the conveyor motor to maintain the highest feed rate without overload. If the load on the drum motor increases, the SandSmart control will decrease the conveyor feed rate and will stop the conveyor under extreme conditions. If the load on the drum decreases, SandSmart will increase it faster than the manual setting on the speed adjustment label.
Powerful, Intuitive Details Save You Time
The drum sander's 22-inch suspended drum is braced on either end with a strong carriage arm and aligns easily with the conveyor bed for consistent contact. Fine-tuning for precise thickness is easy with the rugged cast-iron hand-wheel that makes sharp 3/32-inch height adjustments with each turn.
The precision-flattened steel conveyor bed is fashioned with conveyor belt trackers that relieve the need for frequent belt adjustments. An infeed and an outfeed table abut the conveyor belt, providing plenty of support for the work piece, while four handy casters let you wheel the sander to your desired location, then lock firmly into place for stability during use.
The backbone of this superior drum sander is its heavy-duty engine system. The Jet 22-44 operates on two separate motors--one that rotates the conveyor belt and a powerful, 3 HP motor that rotates the sanding drum and employs a continuous duty cycle to provide consistent power and stand up to extended usage.
The 22-44 PRO Drum Sander is backed by a five year warranty.
About JET: A History of Sharing New, Feature-Rich Products
Opened in 1958 after the founder of the company, Leslie P. Sussman, took the first Boeing Jet Airplane trip from Seattle, Washington to Japan, JET began as a small dealer that sold air hoists and trolleys out of a single hardware store in Seattle. Over the years, JET has carried everything from snowmobiles, transmitter radios, and forklifts to nylon stockings, but by the early 1970s, metalworking had become the base of their business line. And by the 1980s, JET had expanded into the realm of woodworking. Today, you'll find that JET offers a wide range of popular woodworking tools that are backed with best-in-class features and excellent service.
What's in the Box
Jet 22-44 PRO 3HP 1PH DRO Drum Sander with Table and Caster

86% (8)
Beech woods in summer
Beech woods in summer
Beech (Fagus) is a genus of ten species of deciduous trees in the family Fagaceae, native to temperate Europe, Asia and North America. The leaves of beech trees are entire or sparsely toothed, from 5–15 cm long and 4–10 cm broad. The flowers are small single-sex (monoecious), the female flowers borne in pairs, the male flowers wind-pollinating catkins, produced in spring shortly after the new leaves appear. The bark is smooth and light gray. The fruit is a small, sharply three–angled nut 10–15 mm long, borne singly or in pairs in soft-spined husks 1.5–2.5 cm long, known as cupules. The nuts are edible, though bitter (though not nearly as bitter as acorns) with a high tannin content, and are called beechmast. Beech grows on a wide range of soil types, acid or basic, provided they are not waterlogged. The tree canopy casts dense shade, and carpets the ground with dense leaf litter, and the ground flora beneath may be sparse. In North America, they often form Beech-Maple climax forests by partnering with the Sugar Maple. Beech wood is an excellent firewood, easily split and burning for many hours with bright but calm flames. Chips of beech wood are used in the brewing of Budweiser beer as a fining agent. Beech logs are burned to dry the malts used in some German smoked beers, giving the beers their typical flavor. Beech is also used to smoke some cheeses. Some drums are made from beech, which has a tone generally considered to be between maple and birch, the two most popular drum woods. Also, beech pulp is used as the basis for manufacturing a textile fibre known as Modal. The wood is also used to make the pigment known as bistre. The fruit of the beech, also called "Beechnuts" and "mast", are found in the small burrs that drop from tree in autumn. They are small, triangular, and edible, with a bitter, astringent taste. Beech was a common writing material in Germanic societies before the development of paper. The Old English boc and Old Norse bok have the primary sense of beech, but a secondary sense of book, and it is from boc that the modern word derives. In modern day German and Swedish, this connection is even more apparent, with the word for 'book' being 'das Buch' and 'Buche' for beech tree in German, and in Swedish, the words are the same - 'bok' is both beech tree and book. The European species, Fagus sylvatica, yields a utility timber that is tough but dimensionally unstable. It weighs around 720 kg per cubic metre and is widely used for furniture framing and carcass construction, flooring and engineering purposes, in plywood and in household items like plates, but rarely as a decorative timber. Timber can be used to construct chalets, houses and log cabins. Beech was a late entrant to Great Britain after the last glaciation, and may have been restricted to basic soils in the south of England. The beech is classified as a native in the south of England and as a non-native in the north where it is often removed from 'native' woods. Large areas of the Chilterns are covered with beech woods, which are habitat to the Common Bluebell and other flora. The Cwm Clydach National Nature Reserve in southeast Wales was designated for its beech woodlands which are believed to be on the western edge of their natural range in this steep limestone gorge. Beech is not native to Ireland; however, it was widely planted from the 18th Century, and can become a problem shading out the native woodland understory. The Friends of the Irish Environment say that the best policy is to remove young, naturally regenerating beech while retaining veteran specimens with biodiversity value. There is a campaign by Friends of the Rusland Beeches and South Lakeland Friends of the Earth launched in 2007 to reclassify the beech as native in Cumbria. The campaign is backed by Tim Farron MP who tabled a motion on 3 December 2007 regarding the status of beech in Cumbria. Today, beech is widely planted for hedging and in deciduous woodlands, and mature, regenerating stands occur throughout mainland Britain below about 650 m. The tallest and longest hedge in the world (according to the Guinness World Records) is the Meikleour Beech Hedge in Meikleour, Perth and Kinross, Scotland. The common European beech (Fagus sylvatica) grows naturally in Denmark and southern Sweden up to about the 57:th - 59:th northern latitude. The most northern known naturally growing (not planted) beech trees are found in a few very small forests around the city of Bergen on the southern west coast of Norway with the North Sea nearby. Near the city of Larvik is the largest naturally occurring beech forest in Norway. Planted beeches are grown much further north along the Norwegian coast. As a naturally growing forest tree, it marks the important border between the European deciduous forest zone and the northern pine forest zone. This border is important for both wildlife and fauna and is a sharp line along the Swedish western coast, whic
Gatherin' the wood.
Gatherin' the wood.
Nice people. Had to edit out some posts due to cluster fuck on my part @.@ [18:54] Ayr Bosatsu pushes himself from the thicket, tails swaying absent mindedly behind him as he strolled out - pulling more than a few twigs and branches from his hair. "Yo," he cleared his throat, forcing his voice up. "Anybody around? I'm looking for people who're involved with the paaa--aaark," feigning his usual stupidity he'd nod childishly as his gaze was thrown about. [18:57] Archer Braun turns his head, glass at his mouth, and watches as Marina...leaps about. He blinks, at the sound of her nails striking the wood. "Ummm..." he offers, lifting an eyebrow. "You get into the chili powder this morning?" he asks, then takes a drink. He turns, craning his head to casta curious glance at the hybrid. "Over here," he rasps. [18:59] Marina Storaro's left hand scoots up the corner edge of the cabin, the liquid calm in her eyes taking on a .. narrowed look to her left, as if just were clenching in a fist. She makes a sound only Archer might be aware of, something that travels into the crate she's standing on and through the ground. Ayr might see a waterfall of hair straightened within an inch of its life, and one green eye. [18:59] Ayr Bosatsu rests a hand on the tree a moment, leaning over to pluck a clump of mud free of his boot before continuing. Rubbing at his masks nose he'd scent the place as his eyes caught the sight of the actual cabin, coughing sickly when his boot hit the wooden floor. "Apologies for intruding," he'd offer kindly, his voice soft and overly sincere. "I was just wondering if I could have a ..a..--" Holding up a hand he'd turn away to sneeze, "--..second of your time. Regarding wood?" Nodding once to him he'd smile, not seeing the other yet [19:01] Archer Braun blinks a few times at that request. "Well..." he offers. "Kinda strange t'be comin' from a young one like you..." he begins, gravel in his throat. "But," he continues with a nod. "Happens t'all of us sooner r'later, I imagine. What you need's ... Masha, I think. She might be able to whip you up a tea or something..." [19:02] Marina Storaro: A sound like a squirrel would make if he tried to snatch too many nuts in his mouth comes from her then. "And when you get that taken care of.. think we do have some extra.. pro-phy-lac-tics.." she'd intone. [19:03] Archer Braun turns slowly to *stare* at her for a long, quizzical moment. [19:03] Marina Storaro spreads her hands. "What? Just offering." [19:04] Ayr Bosatsu looked between him and the edge of the building - words flying over his head. Standing there in silence he'd gnaw on his lip, not sure if the convo was involving him or not. "I..Mean trees. I was hopingn you...could be reasoned into sparing some wood or trees." Nodding eagerly he'd lean over - hands clasping behind his back. Whoosh. [19:04] Archer Braun continues to stare, as if she were some strange weed sprouting from the corner of the cabin. Then, he turns that spotlight of incredulity on the hybrid. "Wait.." he hasps. "You want...*wood* wood?" he asks. "Tree-wood?" [19:05] Phoebe Scribe wonders down towards the cabin, the sound of brush rustling as she pushes through it. When she sees Ayr there, she'd tilt her head. She can't see or hear the pair ahead from behind the cabin and brush, but pads forward towards the kitsune. "Wood? Er...hey..." She looks over to see who he was talking to. [19:05] Marina Storaro throws down a loud, thick whisper. "Careful...." she nearly *grunts* with something.. lustful? And leaps to the grass. ".. The ents might hear you." Her wrist throws up towards Phoebe in a wave. Over Archer's head. Two fingers? [19:06] Ayr Bosatsu laces the fingers behind his back, clenching them amidst themselves til he felt his fingers turn cold. Another nod and he'd turn to the lass, "Wood," again came the word. "I need a tree or two. Or cuts, whatever you have if any. And..I don't wanna just cut it down so.." Points to the floor and taps it with his foot, "here I am." [19:08] Archer Braun looks down at the tea glass in his hand suspiciously. He glances sharply up at the hybrid again, nodding. "Yeah...cuttin' down...we'd have a *problem* with," he grunts, scratching at the rough hair on his belly. He spares another curious glance at Marina, then smiles. "But, ya know...there's an awful lot of dead wood needs clearin' from the underbrush...how big y'need your pieces, and what do ya plan to use 'em for?" [19:09] Phoebe Scribe grinned at Marina's gesture, and jutted her chin towards her in greting. She glanced over at Ayr, then back to Marina and Archer. "Well, least he asked..." She seemed to regard him with a little surprise. She'd echo Archer

wood drum table
wood drum table
JET 629004K 16-32 Plus 16-Inch 1-1/2-Horsepower Open Stand Drum Sander, 110-Volt 1 Phase
Model 16-32 Plus. Works as an abrasive thickness and surface finisher on stock as wide as 32". This JET unit offers big sander performance in a small package.Cantilevered design features a rigid open-sided frame that supports a 16" sanding drum above an integral, variable speed (0-10 per minute) power feed unit. The power feed conveyor runs on a reinforced steel bed, providing a no-give surface for consistent thickness and flawless finishes. The 5" x 16" extruded aluminum drum has greater strength, heat dissipation, and resists warping better than hollow, closed-end aluminum or steel drums. Drum height is adjusted by simply turning the top mounted handle. Handles stock from 3" down to less than 1/32". Stock wider than 16" can be reversed and run through a second time to sand material up to 32" wide. Spring tensioned abrasive fasteners make belt changes easy. Uses standard cloth backed abrasive. Includes: stand, storage shelf, built in dust port, one 80 grit abrasive strip, 110V-1.5 HP motor.

Cut your sanding time up to 75 percent with the JET 629004K 16-32 Plus 16-Inch 1-1/2 HP Open Stand Drum Sander, 110-Volt 1 Phase. This innovative tool elevates the primary woodworking tasks of sanding from long and slow to short and fast. Ideal for small commercial shops, this tool can be used in lieu of a planer, and it provides ample capacity to handle both small and large jobs with ease.

The JET 16-32 Plus 16-Inch
Open Stand Drum Sander offers:
Two powerful, TEFC motors
Patented conveyor belt "trackers" that eliminate the need for manual belt adjustments
An open frame design for sanding pieces up to 32 inches wide with two passes
A safety keyed on/off switch with overload protection controls

Easy-to-use adjusters make compensating for belt stretch simple, fast, and tool-free.

A large crank changes the height of the sanding drum and ensure precision cut depth changes are easy to make.

Twin motors provide the sanding power you need.
View larger.

The drum is specifically designed to run smoothly and dissipate heat.

A large, four-inch dust port helps keep your shop clean.

The ability to safely sand wood from 3 inches thick to 1/32 inch ensures versatility.
Precision Drum for Long, Smooth Operating Life
At the heart of the 16-32 Plus is the sanding drum, which is specifically designed for smooth running and the dissipation of heat. Measuring 16 inches in length with a five-inch diameter, this precision-machined and balanced extruded aluminum drum is self-cooling to help prevent heat-related damage of the wood or sanding strip under load. For added peace of mind, the sanding drum turns on sealed and permanently lubricated one-inch-diameter ball bearings for a long, smooth operating life.
Additionally, the drum height and downward roller pressure are both user adjustable to virtually eliminate snipe.
Handles a Wide Range of Material Sizes
The 16-32 Plus handles a wide range of material sizes quickly and easily. It can sand materials as thick as three inches, as thin as 1/32 inch, and anywhere in-between. Unlike planers--which often have a minimum length requirement of a foot or more--the 16-32 Plus can safely handle pieces as short as 2-1/4 inches.
The open frame design also lets you sand pieces measuring up to 32 inches wide by making two passes. Additionally, a camber adjustment makes it easy to prevent "witness marks" when making two passes on wide boards.
Infinitely Variable Feed Rate for Flexibility
The infinitely variable feed rate and the wide range of sanding grits available combine to handle fast rough work or fine sanding on any species of wood. At the same time, the generous, stable conveyor platform makes turning material very accurate while smoothing the surface at the same time.
Dual Motors for Power and Control
The 16-32 Plus comes equipped with two high quality motors: a 1-1/2 HP, (rated using continuous duty cycle) 1 phase, 110-volt, 14 Amp motor that spins the sanding drum at a consistent 1725 RPM, and a direct drive 43 in./lbs. torque motor that drives the conveyor belt separately. Both are TEFC (totally enclosed fan cooled) motors designed to operate in a potentially dusty environment.
For added protection, a safety keyed on/off switch with overload protection controls the sanding drum and is front-mounted for operating convenience. And an infinitely variable-speed control on the conveyor belt produces the ultimate finish at a rate from zero to 10 feet per minute.
Patented Trackers for Quick and Easy Adjustments
Jet's patented conveyor belt "trackers" eliminate the need for manual belt adjustments, ensuring precise results. Independent tracking adjusters on either side of the conveyor are easily accessible and simple to use should tracking adjustments become necessary--as when a new conveyor belt may need slight tracking or tensioning adjustments after it breaks in.
Reinforced Steel Conveyor Bed and No-Give Power Feed for Consistency
A precision-flattened reinforced steel conveyor bed holds the stock flat during sanding. A reliable no-give power feed belt provides a consistent, smooth sanding action to provide the finest results.
Dust Port for Efficient Dust Collection
To help maintain healthy air quality in your shop, and to make sure your vision isn't obscured by dust, the hinged top cover has a four-inch diameter dust port molded into the upper shroud to help evacuate most of the dust created as you work. Connect to an efficient dust collector like the JET DC1100 for best results.
Performax Spring Clip for Quick Changes
The 16-32 Plus also includes a special spring clip invented by Performax that holds the end of the sandpaper roll. This clever invention makes for quick and easy paper changes, saving you time and stress.
The 16-32 Plus weighs 145 pounds and is backed by a five-year warranty.
About JET: A History of Sharing New, Feature-Rich Products
Opened in 1958 after the founder of the company, Leslie P. Sussman, took the first Boeing Jet Airplane trip from Seattle, Washington to Japan, JET began as a small dealer that sold air hoists and trolleys out of a single hardware store in Seattle. Over the years, JET has carried everything from snowmobiles, transmitter radios, and forklifts to nylon stockings, but by the early 1970s, metalworking had become the base of their business line. And by the 1980s, JET had expanded into the realm of woodworking. Today, you'll find that JET offers a wide range of popular woodworking tools that are backed with best-in-class features and excellent service.
What's in the Box
Drum sander, 80-grit abrasive strip, 100-grit abrasive belt, TufTool, metal stand with shelf, and one box of ready-to-wrap abrasives.