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25" combination jointer/thickness planer

This is the largest/widest combination jointer/planer I've ever seen. Mine is only 1/2 that size, at 13" wide:



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Man what a hoss, that is one serious machine. I have never seen a jointer that size or even close.

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You forget Warner Construction, I think he has a 36" jointer.

I never did like that kind of push blocks that guy is using. I got some with the craftsman jointer I bought and it started slipping within an hour of use so I threw them away.
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Good 'ole Warner....

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You forget Warner Construction, I think he has a 36" jointer.

I never did like that kind of push blocks that guy is using. I got some with the craftsman jointer I bought and it started slipping within an hour of use so I threw them away.

This is a combo machine, not just a jointer.



You gotta spit on those rubber blocks to give them "stiction' .....

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It might just be me, but I think that machine would have large pucker factor with no guard and a makeshift fence.
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