I am in the process of getting my new basement shop up and running (tons more room than before) and Im trying to upgrade and fine tune my tools now that they are in one spot. I wanted to try and eliminate the snipe on my fairly new Ridgid lunchbox planer so I cut down a piece of melamine to fit the width of the planer bed and made it as long as the table that I bolted the planer to about 42'' long, then ran two jointed and planed 2×4's down the length of the planer bed melamine to give it strength so it wont flex and then put riser blocks at each end that attach the melamine and 2×4 sandwich to the table and both are the same thickness.The problem is I have worse snipe than I did before! I thought that having a level surface would eliminate the snipe as seen recently on the Rocking H Woodshop youtube channel. The third photo is when I skewed the board and it was perfect with no snipe at all, but the work piece is only about 12 inches and it would be hard to skew a 6foot long board, So guys I need some help, can I adjust the pressure rollers? or any other tricks or anything I haven't thought of? Thanks for all the help in advance.