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Regarding the term "jointer/planer", I have heard it used to describe what we call a jointer, usually by older people. I consider the term "jointer/planer" to be archaic when used to describe the tool shown above.
The current, modern use of the terminology defines three different tools:
* Jointer - The tool pictured above. It has a fence, which is used to make a right angle for a jointed edge. It can also make one side of a board flat, but not necessarily parallel to the other side. This is the reason for the archaic term "jointer/planer."
* Planer - A tool that flattens the top surface of a board, parallel to the bottom surface of the board. I use a DeWalt DW735 planer.
* Jointer/Planer - A combination tool that can be used as a jointer or a planer (as described in the two definitions above). You configure the tool for whichever use you need. Some people report that they are a compromise, not quite as good as their standalone counterparts. Sometimes they are frustrated with the time it takes to convert from one use to the other and back. They may be an option for people with limited space or resources.