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Posted on benchtop planer OR hand plane a dinning room table?

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Arminius

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#1 posted 01-09-2013 12:35 PM

Even leaving aside the size of the tabletop, there are very few planers that can produce a good enough surface for a dining room table, and certainly not in the low/middle price range – there probably is not a more visually demanding surface you will make. For final smoothing at least, you will want to use a hand plane.


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