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Posted on Table top Rigid planer problems

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Lifesaver2000

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#1 posted 07-16-2012 03:43 AM

I have the Ridgid planer and use a wet-dry vac with it. I have planed pine, walnut, oak and some other mystery pallet wood, and never had any kind of clog. All of my lumber has been dried, and none of it produced the long curly shavings you speak of, just small chips. I will say I only take light passes as a rule, never more than half a turn on the crank at a time, which I believe is 1/32”.


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