Bosch 1594K 6.5 Amp 3-1/4-Inch Planer Kit Large

Bosch 1594K 6.5 Amp 3-1/4-Inch Planer Kit

Bosch 1594K 6.5 Amp 3-1/4-Inch Planer KitDescription

3-1/4″ Planer with Carrying Case This well-designed planer offers fast stock removal and the smoothest finish. The powerful 6.5 amp motor runs the versatile two-blade Woodrazor system at 16,500 rpm with a protective shield that covers the section of blade that’s not in use. Features: Powerful 6.5 Amp Motor Versatile 2-Blade System Complies with OSHA 16,500 RPM Bosch has been in the headlines
This well-designed planer offers fast stock removal and the smoothest finish–exactly what we expected from Bosch. The powerful 6.5 amp motor runs the versatile two-blade Woodrazor system at 16,500 rpm with a protective shield that covers the section of blade that’s not in use. The fence itself deserves applause–bevels are accurate and easy to adjust. We love the chip ejection as well. Too m


Features

  • 3-1/4-inch planer kit with 2-blade system, chip ejection switch, and ratcheting depth knob
  • 6-1/2 amp motor delivers 16,500 rpm; easy-to-adjust bevel fence; spring-loaded park rest stand
  • Durable micrograin carbide blades
  • Includes planer, bevel guide fence, blade wrench, chip bag, and case
  • 11-1/8-inch shoe length; 6 pounds; 1-year warranty

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Bosch.

Brand: Bosch
UPC: 000346320367
List Price: $276.00.
Used Price: $110.00 Only 1 left
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3 thoughts on “Bosch 1594K 6.5 Amp 3-1/4-Inch Planer Kit

  1. Anonymous

    Bought this planer the other day to do some doors. It was all I expected and more. Very strong motor – never even appeared to bog down. Good balance. Depth control is very easy to use and accurate. I actually own a Dewalt and a Makita. I bought the Bosch for the features (i.e. the fully adjustable fence, the adjustable chip deflector that actually comes with a WORKABLE shop vac adapter – THAT is great!) and the reputation. I have not been disapointed. The Bosch is the best of the three. Until I got the Bosch I was pretty well satisfied with the Makita with the Dewalt pulling up the rear, but the Bosch is the best of the three by far. Strongest motor, Woodrazor carbide blades, shop vac adapter, and that great fence. You will use the fence. It can be set at 90 degrees or any other angle you want – and there is an adjustagble rabbeting stop that basically lets you take it about as deep and wide as you want. By the way, USE a shop vac with this. It will fill up your shop…

  2. G. Conner

    Typically, I use a power planer for installing doors, surfacing boards that are too large for a stationary planer and sometimes for removing finishes. This tool excels at all of those tasks.

    Bosch blades are the best I have found. Blade-change is easy and fast with no alignment problems.

    While considering a new planer, I also tried the Festool planers. There are three advantages to the Festool planers:
    1- Slightly better dust collection. I have to give this to Festool… They always consider dust-collection in their designs.
    2- Micro adjustment of cutting-depth.
    3- The ability to cut rabbets.

    The dust collection advantage was too small to justify the grossly higher price. This Bosch tool adapts to my cheap shop-vac and removes dust 95% as well as the Festool.

    I do not need the super-precise depth-of-cut feature because I use tape shims on the front sole of this planer. That is fast, secure, cheap and often more accurate than…

  3. E. Shonts "Shontsy"

    After reading all the reviews here, I bought the 1594K planer expecting nothing but the best. I was sold by the chip eject direction feature, power, smoothness, and my previous positive experiences with Bosch tools. To me the mis-aligned shoes mentioned elsewhere seemed like a short-term QC problem that had been resolved, judging by all the positive reveiws.

    I was concerned when I received my new planer and saw machining marks that were less than confidence-inspiring. The machining marks on about 30% of one side were obviously not machined the same way as the rest of the sole plate. It looked like the tail end of the cutting tool was doing the work in that area, as the tool marks were arcing in the opposite direction. So I began to doubt the rear sole plate was flat.

    I contacted Bosch via e-mail on this matter. They responded quickly, and were extremely helpful. They sent me a new rear sole plate and forwarded my comments to a senior technical advisor to…

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