Get Better Cuts With Your Planer

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Get better cuts with your planer is bookmark about Machinery bookmarked by hugh with ID 1666610433 was uploaded on 11-03-2019 and has been viewed 196,282 times.

Synopsis: Quality woodworking requires stock that's been milled flat, smooth, and of a consistent thickness.Your planer is essential to that process.Its job is to work in tandem with the jointer: The jointer surfaces one face flat; the planer creates an opposite face smooth and parallel to it.

Here are some tips on how to use your planer effectively to eliminate tearout and minimize snipe, along with advice on planing narrow or short stock and stock that's too wide for your jointer...

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One of the most common ways to flatten a board in a planer is to glue sacrificial rails to the board and then rip off the rails once the planing work is done (see Jerry Lyons's method in FWW #208, p.16).My approach eliminates those rails in favor of reusable 1/2-in.by ... Another way to flatten warped boards with your planer is article about Woodworking Jigs bookmarked by david with ID 1414669899 was uploaded on 18-01-2019 and has been viewed 283,531 times.

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With an old handscrew clamp and some scraps of hardwood, you can set up your thickness planer to mill uniform-width door or cabinet stiles, rails, and other pieces with jointer-smooth, square edges Mill uniform widths with your planer is post about Shop Tips bookmarked by brad with ID 13743604423 was uploaded on 25-03-2019 and has been viewed 381,024 times.

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Shooting Board Illustration by James Provost SUPPLY CHECKLIST3/4" ply1/4" plyscrap hardwood2 cam clamps (optional) Sanding is one way to remove these marks, but you risk rounding over those crisp edges.Another way is to work the edges with a card scraper -a bit of a nuisance, particularly on a long board, ... Shop jig normally you flatten a face and the edges of a board on a jointer and flatten the opposite face with a thickness planer you then square the ends on the table saw or perhaps with a miter saw regardless of your method the edges and ends of the board will more than likely show milling marks those tiny concave cuts made by the jointer and planer knives is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by nathan with ID 12189279664 was uploaded on 25-01-2019 and has been viewed 181,459 times.