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Auxiliary Planer Bed

Auxiliary Planer Bed

Thickness planers are wonderful tools; but like most machines, they have their limitations. Many of them will not thickness stock thinner than 1/4", and none of them will plane a bevel. However, outfitted with an auxiliary bed, any planer can perform both of these tasks.

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Comments (4)
formula48 wrote:

I think I would by-pass using metal screws and use WEST System epoxy or similar - thereby reducing any "chance" of error and needing a new blade.

10/10/2013 11:22:38 AM Report Abuse
DrDarin wrote:

As a luthier, I've had to tape my very thin tonewoods to another piece of wood using double-sided tape. Now, I will just use this! Brilliant!

8/10/2012 11:38:44 AM Report Abuse
frankingram wrote:

Just to see if I could print these plans I tried and had no trouble what so ever printing them out. It seems those who cannot copy the plans need to master their computer like they have their woodworking skills.

12/22/2011 03:06:46 PM Report Abuse
Roger L. wrote:

Nice, I can see many uses for this

10/13/2011 10:07:47 AM Report Abuse

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