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ohhh..forgot to tell you that you can work in large batches.3 days a go i jointed at the same time 8 boards..works really nice...and quick!!
 

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Interesting. Looks like a good tip to file away. Thanks Juan !! Also, those are some good looking boards you're running through that planer!
 

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Nice planer too Juan!! I think I have the same one as you. Is it the 580 13" planer? I just gone one used about a month ago.

And I'm definitely going to have to use this method you've come up with here! Very inventive
 

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Use the hot glue technique here

http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f27/gotta-bowed-board-no-jointer-12927/
The bowed board could be hot glued to the straight edge for the first pass, then flipped over with the straight side against the fence. Then if desired, run thru the planer as juan shows.

In the thread above Bob Willing posted this:
"I also have a problem with a jointer because I think they sometimes taper the board so now I run them through a planer to get them parallel. I usually hold about 4 boards side by side to keep them parallel and perpendicular."
[/B] Last edited by Bob Willing; 10-29-2009 at 09:08 AM.
 

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Nice planer too Juan!! I think I have the same one as you. Is it the 580 13" planer? I just gone one used about a month ago.

And I'm definitely going to have to use this method you've come up with here! Very inventive
Thanks!!! hope it works for you. if the boards arent that starigt to each other You could also apply 3 to 4 points of glue trough one board and then quickly put the other side by side and pressing until the glue is set. then put the c clamps the glue the boards to the sled with two cauls at each side.also with glue form the glue gun. MAKE SURE IT DOESnT ROCK!!!!!
my planer is a DELTA ShopMaster TP305 15 Amp 12-1/2-Inch

not that fancy but works GREAT!!!!

CHEERS!
 

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my planer is a DELTA ShopMaster TP305 15 Amp 12-1/2-Inch

not that fancy but works GREAT!!!!

CHEERS!
Same as mine. For what I paid for it, it has performed very satisfactorily, and planed a lot of wood. I recently flipped the blades over due to nicks. A very easy procedure, using the jig provided.:thumbsup:

Gerry
 
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