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Posted on Any need for a 13" Lunchbox planer AND a 15" Jet planer?

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Richard H

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#1 posted 04-11-2015 04:27 PM

It’s hard to imagine a situation where you would take the time to setup a lunchbox planner including connecting the dust collector hose, running power to it and moving the cart into a place where you could use it when you have a permanent floor standing unit sitting in your shop that all you have to do is power on.

For me in my shop it’s a ordeal to setup my lunchbox planner and tear it down afterwards. I don’t have it on a cart so I have to dig it out of storage and clear space on my bench to place it than move the dust collector into a spot the hose will reach and run a extension cord to the planner before I can even start to use it. If I had a floor standing planner I doubt I would ever think about touching the lunchbox thing again unless the floor standing unit was broke.

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