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Posted on A question: what is the difference between a Jointer and a Jointer/Planer?

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Grandpa

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#1 posted 01-20-2013 02:02 AM

I agree with a1Jim. The generation you come from means a lot. I was taught to call them jointer/planers because they do plane a face flat. They don’t thickness plane. We also learned to call sabre saws….sabre saws. today those are jig saws. We were taught that a jig saw powers a blade. much like a coping saw blade, from the lower end. Today we use smaller, thinner, blasdes on a lighter machine and call it a scroll saw. They are different than jig saws but similiar. Drills are those devices with flutes that you put into the chuck of a drill motor. First the public misuses terms then the marketing people go with them.
I was also taught that wood filler was used for filling grain in the wood before finishing. Wood repair was used for filling holes in he wood.


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