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Posted on Dewalt 734 Planer - Roller Stops

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#1 posted 11-09-2017 10:12 PM

It’s a good point and definitely something to think about. But, if the sprockets were available, it could be tested fairly easily and be reversible.
I have the shelix head installed in the planer. Not sure if that would make it more or less prone to burning. I just find that the planer is underpowered on wide boards and I have to take baby cuts. The shelix head aggravated this problem. My theory is that slowing down the feed rate would help.


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