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Posted on 13" Planers: Dewalt, Ridgid, or Steel City

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Prplhrtjarhead

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#1 posted 704 days ago

Having just bought the Grizzly 13” a couplke months ago, I think it really is going to come down to what your working stock is primarily going to be. The smaller bench top/portable planers do very well with smaller stock and I would argue, most reputable brands perform pretty much the same with smaller (length) stock. The key is finding the bench/portable planer that handles longer stock with as little end snipe as possible.

Since I didn’t read every comment, I hope I didn’t just needlessly repeat stuff. I was really just responding to the original question as further consideration for your purchase.

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