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Author Topic: 18 or 25 Inch Woodmaster  (Read 11493 times)

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Offline sawwood

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Re: 18 or 25 Inch Woodmaster
« Reply #20 on: February 16, 2008, 08:00:21 PM »

 David as i see the photos of your set up, you only use the power feeders to move the
 wood threw the planer. What i was going  for was i have a lot of lumber with bark on
 the edge so a fence as your may not work. I was going to put a rail across the out feed
 table and just below the table face and make two L shape brackest i can move in or out.
 these L bracket will be just in front of the blades to guide the wood. if i help the wood into
 the planer and my son on the out feed i think i can make stright cuts. This way i can cut
 a lot of the lumber into size and remove the wayne edge. If it evers warms up i am going
 to make this set up and see how it works.

 Lester
Norwood M4 manual mill, Solar Kiln, Woodmaster
18" planer/molder

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Re: 18 or 25 Inch Woodmaster
« Reply #21 on: February 16, 2008, 11:05:11 PM »
I think your idea should work for what you are wanting to do. It sounds more like an edger saw to me. Are you going to run the lumber through before or after you dry it?


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