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Manitario

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#1 posted 11-12-2018 04:10 PM



Ive planed alot of different boards thinking it was the wood but they had the same results.

I did some more research and think like maniatario stated, its the outfeed. I didnt know there were set screws for adjustments. So i grab the in and outfeed tables to move the planer, should I be using something else?

Also does extruded aluminum work well for a straight edge? Or should I buy an actual one

- Fuzzybearz

The infeed and outfeed tables just tend to go out of alignment over time, I find I have to adjust mine a couple times a year. Moving by grabbing them probably doesn’t help! I’d buy a proper straight edge eg. http://www.leevalley.com/en/wood/page.aspx?p=50074&cat=1,240,45313,50074
This will make it more accurate and you can also use it when you adjust your jointer.

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