MPLANPX2275-0130, LAGUNA PX|22 SHEARTEC: II, 7.5HP 1PH, 22IN PLANER
The all-new PX|22 planers are an innovative new design for Laguna planers. The Laguna PX|22 planers are loaded with features to make woodworking safer and more enjoyable. Also available as 10Hp 3Ph
- Motor – The PX|22 comes with either 5 HP Single Phase or 10 HP 3 Phase motor
- Segmented Infeed Roller – Allows for multiple boards to be fed without having individual boards stall out due to small variations in thickness
- Electronic Variable Speed – Allows users to speed up the material feed for quick thicknessing or to use slower rates for more cuts per This feature is something that is normally found on much more expensive models
- Infeed and Outfeed Rollers – The PX|22 features infeed and outfeed rollers to assist with material loading and feeding and provide a compact
- Digital Readout – The DRO makes setting precise thickness easier
- Ergonomic Control Panel – Machine controls and DRO have been moved to the control panel at the top of the machine and angled toward the machine operator for easy access and better visibility
- Improved Dust Collection – The 5” diameter dust chute offers the option to point to right or left to optimize dust collection system layout
- 4-Post Bed Support – Provides precise and consistent performance with every cut
- ShearTec II Cutterhead – The ShearTec II is standard on the PX|20 Planer. The ShearTec II is a 6-row carbide insert cutterhead that produces a superior surface finish on all woods including challenging hardwoods. The ShearTec II knives and fasteners have a T-step design to maximize clamping force on the knives preventing knife cracking and The 4-sided carbide insert knives produce a shear cut for flawless results. The ShearTec II cutterhead has deep grooves that make the cutterhead very quiet and improve shaving ejection. The 4-sided knives can be rotated for a new cutting edge without the need for a knife setting jig.
THE SHEARTEC: II FEATURES 4-SIDED SOLID CARBIDE INSERTS WITH A T-SHOULDER RATHER THAN A CONE-SHAPED DESIGN, WHICH HELPS PREVENT CRACKING OF THE INSERTS.
Another benefit of the hard T-shoulder versus the cone shape is that you don’t need to worry about the exact pressure the knife is set with, there is no flex in the T-shoulder design. Each insert features a slightly crowned leading edge and is set in a spiral pattern for a true shear cut. Deep gullets make dust and chips disappear quickly which produces a better finish. ShearTec: II inserts are 15x15x2.5mm, which is slightly larger and thicker than standard knives (14x14x2mm) The JX series equipped with the ShearTec: II have one more advantage: it is quiet! The low impact of the 6-row STII makes for a pleasant experience for your ears. Laguna planers have been torture-tested on the most difficult hardwood knots and changing grain direction to prove their superior cut quality.
- Motor: 220v 7.5HP 1 Phase 60hz/23 Amp.
- CSA: Yes
- Bed Size: 22″ x 28″
- Pull-Out Extension: 6″
- Max. Depth Of Cut: 1/4″
- Max. Stock Thickness: 8″
- Min. Stock Thickness: 1/2″
- Min. Stock Length: 9″
- Max. Stock Width: 22″
- Feed Speed: 10 – 30 FPM Variable Speed
- Dust Port Diameter: 5″ Left & Right
- Cutterhead RPM: 5000
- Cutterhead Diameter: 3-1/2″
- Cutterhead Insert #: 150 x 4-Sided Carbide, 6 Row
- Thickness Readout: Wixey DRO
- Dimensions Set Up Approx. 40″ x 46″
- Dimensions Shipping: 44″ x 38″ x 48-1/2″
- Net/Ship Weight: 867/955/638 Lbs.
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Laguna PX22 - it’s about the quality not the speed
I purchased this planer in September 2022 from Wiseline. Here are pros, cons and things to consider to ensure a successful purchase and experience. 1. When you receive the machine and unpack it, check the infeed and outfeed first! If the rollers are not set as per the manual, the machine will work poorly. In my case they were not calibrated, I lost/wasted 2 months reaching out to Laguna as per the manual but when I called Wiseline, they helped me out really quick to fix it recently which made up for the lost time. The infeed/outfeed is very sensitive. Once the rollers are set, torque mark them and should never have to adjust them again. 2. The machine cannot accept multiple boards or it jams ups up. The only way you can feed multiple boards is if they are jointed separately, planed to the same thickness separately, then fed together again only if they are the same thickness. If a board is thicker then the other, the thinner board won’t catch and not move. This happens because the infeed roller is solid and on springs. If it was make of multiple segments of rollers then I think this issued would be addressed. 3. The finish is outstanding. Your sanding time will be greatly reduced. The slower you go, the less sanding you will have. You can cut end grain, wavy, knotty and tear out is gone. You can basically go in any direction of the grain the finish is still superb. 4. You cannot sharpen the blades, so once you use them up it’s a costly replacement. However, they do last awhile. 5. The table top must be waxed or coated. If the machine rollers are properly calibrated and it randomly jams or boards don’t move, a good waxing or lubricant spray will fix it. Again infeed/outfeed rollers are very sensitive. 6. Lastly snipe. If you started with smooth boards done on the jointer, then have the bottom roller under the outfeed roller set flush or below the table to eliminate snipe. If start with rough milled boards and not smooth, you need the bottom outfeed roller set slightly about to push the boards or they jam at the very end. However if you leave the roller too high, it snipes so if the machine hand this bottom roller on lever so you skip the wrench snipe can be eliminated. Because the finish of the boards is best I’ve seen compared to other planers, I don’t mind the work arounds and speed. Just consider your needs and see if this planer is right for you. I need high quality finishes and don’t mind the extra time it takes to get even if have to mill one board at time or deal with the odd snipe. 4 out of 5.