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Posted on Table saw jointer vs router table jointer

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#1 posted 10-01-2012 at 09:55 PM

BANG you got it! double duty! For available material in todays market the table saw will get you through edge glued material unles the glued edge is wider than your saw is tall. then the thicknesser kicks in. A jointer can be useful for squaring material and taking the twist out of a piece though it depends on where you want to spend your time. someone has mentioned a long board and shelving material both good calls. I use a long piece of aluminum channel clamped to the saw fence legs up. The added advantage is no chip out on a piece with a wild grain.


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