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

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Goatlocker

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#1 posted 597 days ago

A bench top planer works well and you can join the boards together then take care of it after that. I put together a kitchen island and used a planer on all the boards then once I biscuit jointed them together I ended up go to a local cabinet shop and had them triim the ends, it was 12/4 lumber and ran it thru their time saver for $47. To me it was a great deal. I then brought it home and finished sanding it down.

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