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Replacing the Belt And Knives On A Dewalt 735 Planer

03-28-2018 12:09 AM by wrenchhead | 4 comments »

In this video, I show how I changed the belt (the easy way) and replaced the knives on my Dewalt 735 wood planer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34RsBtDJt1I&t=173s

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Cleaning #4: Preparing for phase II

04-10-2017 03:49 AM by Craftsman on the lake | 1 comment »

After Several years (9 on this site) after setting up shop and posting 41 projects, multiple blog and forum posts, I’m doing a retrofit of the shop. Nothing spectacular, just adjusting a couple of things. I’m getting ready for the next 41 builds. On my radar pretty much in this order: A bridal chest for my daughter who’s getting married in September, A kitchen table, on of the last pieces of furniture of the house after a complete remodel of it and furniture, A dining table ...

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Dewalt 735 Mods and Repairs #2: Shelix Head Installation

12-26-2014 01:26 AM by pintodeluxe | 13 comments »

I installed the Shelix cutterhead from Holbren in my Dewalt 735. Although Holbren has online instructions, I found Chris Wong’s video, of Flair Woodworks, to be more detailed. The process was surprisingly simple, and went together without a hitch. I won’t recount the entire installation process, because it is well covered elsewhere, however I will add a couple tips if you are considering this upgrade. When you pull the gearbox off to access the cutterhead, use a bungee cor...

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Dewalt 735 Mods and Repairs #1: Dewalt 735 Planer Dust Collection Fix

12-09-2014 05:12 PM by pintodeluxe | 8 comments »

Have you ever noticed the depth crank on your Dewalt planer getting tougher to turn? Do wood chips collect under the top cover near the blades? If so, then I may have the solution for you.Unplug the planer and remove the top cover with the supplied hex wrench.-----Remove the dust collector fitting by pressing the spring loaded pin, and twisting the fitting. -----Remove the three red thumbscrews to loosen the dust shroud. -----Carefully lift the infeed side of the dust shroud, and gently p...

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Trying new woodworking skills #1: Taking a plunge

08-28-2013 03:57 AM by BJODay | 7 comments »

After much debate, research, worry, hand wringing and borrowing my brother-in-laws tools, I finally bought a planer. I opted for a DeWalt 735. The decision was difficult and driving me mad. I read many reviews and many justifications for purchasing:12”, 15”, 20” Straight blade, spiral head, 2 blade, 3 blade,Cheap, (disposable), expensive, new and used. My space is small. Mostly because I never throw anything away. This planer should work well for my needs. Now that I p...

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