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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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fsawtelle wrote:

To block pop-up windows: Internet Explorer-go to Internet Options, Privacy, check "Turn on Pop-up Blocker". Firefox-go to Tools, Options, Content and check "Block pop-up windows". Google Chrome-Settings, Show Advanced Settings, Privacy, Content Settings, find the Pop-ups section and check "Do not allow any site to show pop-ups". Install Ad-Block as pepperman9 recommended. But please, stop whining and educate yourself on basic computer use so we can get back to discussing woodworking.

10/11/2013 10:36:09 AM Report Abuse
pepperman9 wrote:

I understand all the frustration about popups, but be smarter than your pc and find a way around annoying popups. I installed adblock on my pc years ago and never get popups anymore. So either be smart or be annoyed, your choice.

10/11/2013 06:22:12 AM Report Abuse
davisp3811694 wrote:

I also agree-YOUR POP ADS ARE FRUSTRATING> already subscribe- also the very many requests for renewal are totally unwarranted and do not encourage me to change what I am doing now.

10/11/2013 01:48:16 AM Report Abuse
clip721 wrote:

I fully agree, the Subscribe pop-ups are a pain in the a_ _!!!

10/10/2013 01:33:00 PM Report Abuse
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
ralphgrn wrote:

Your web site sucks! Your pop ups are a pain! I ordered your magazine to get the free auxiliary planer plan and the subscribe kept popping up so I couldn't print it. The last time I subscribe to your magazine!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

10/10/2013 10:25:36 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
keithmckz wrote:

Here is a suggestion go those who want a pdf file of the tips, try out Cutepdfwriter. It's a free program that converts anything printable to a pdf document.

12/22/2011 11:35:32 AM Report Abuse
pawpawtip wrote:

Have you tried the printer icon in your browser?

11/18/2011 07:18:28 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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