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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 04:33 PM

I would probably keep the Bosch saw just to have a portable option. There have been times when being able to take a table saw out of my shop would be useful or possibly to make quick cuts when the main saw is setup to do something else that I don’t want to change.

That’s a slick design for a planner cart. I have looked at the flip carts before but I don’t have the room right now. I’m hoping for a upgrade to my shop space soon with a floor standing planner to go along with it but right now I am out of space in what I have to work with.

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