|Project by BrianGT||posted 485 days ago||1993 views||13 times favorited||3 comments|
This is a slab leveling jig that I made to flatten rough lumber that is wider than my planer can handle. I also needed a way to plane a curve into some panels for a hope chest. (Will post when its complete).
Pic 1: Jig and base
Pic 2: Results on rough silver birch
Pic 3: By adding these curved rails for the router ride on I can plane a curve. Center the work under the cenerline of the radius. The radius of the panel depends on the radius of the rails. These had a 5’ radius.
Pic 4: The coopered panel ready to be planed.
Pic 5: After the first pass
Pic 6: The planed panel ready for sanding
Let me know what you think and please share any improvements that you can think of.
Thanks for looking
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