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RobHannon

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#1 posted 02-01-2018 02:49 PM

That many tables I think merits a bigger planer. I would seriously consider carbide insert/spiral cutter head. More up front but it will save you time and money down the road with the blade life.

Something like the Steelex ST1012 or similar is where I would start. Maybe too pricey for a hobby but not a huge investment if you are turning out hundreds of tables a year.


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