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#1 posted 02-02-2018 01:52 PM

a 22-555 isnt really intended for the production you are doing.
when ya get away from the lumchbox planers and into something like the foley mentioned or another production planer, cost of sharpening isnt bad- theres many companies that do it and its also possible to get a sharpening machine. the cost to sharpen will( or should) be added to overhead in the price of the product.
as for brands, powermatic and northfield are 2 to look into


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