|Project by ChickenChaser||posted 07-17-2016 07:25 PM||2004 views||6 times favorited||9 comments|
I have always had a problem re sawing with my panel saw. So I thought a Kerfing plane might help. It’s made out of a hunk of wood I got out of the fire wood pile. not really sure what kind of wood it is. the arms are from a poplar dowel. I cut up an old rusty saw for the blade and filed it to about 6 ppi, and set it for a wide kerf. I used a cheap 3/4 inch threading kit to connect the arms and to tighten the fence.
I’m glad I made it, it works really well, and no problems with the saw wondering in a thick cut! and I spend lest than half the time planning my re sawed boards square.