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

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Fred Hargis

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#1 posted 04-11-2015 04:31 PM



After using the 15 inch once…......you ll answer that question yourself ! Enjoy the journey !

- cabmaker

That’s kinda what I’m thinking. Even so, for a very thin cut the lunchbox will do it, and the stationary won’t. But I sold my lunch box when I got the stationary, and it certainly hasn’t been a handicap. But with the serrated feed roller if you don’t cut off enough it will leave tracks on the wood on the stationary.

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