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Topic tags/keywords: supersurfacer marnuaka planer jointer tools power milling modern traditional owwm old tools machinery

I thought this was an amazing tool that I’d surely love to try!! It’s like a combination of modern and traditional woodworking techniques; The ease of power tools mixed with the superior finish of hand tools. For lazy folks like me, it beats getting all sweaty using a jointer plane. The noise in the background of the first video is some African Drum music…Check out the videos (courtesy YouTube user SolidwoodMachinery):

Here's the second video of a much bigger machine. The feed-rate and quietness is INCREDIBLE!!:

-- Lane Custom Guitars and Basses

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#1 posted 1471 days ago


-- -- "there are many good reasons to use old hand tools, but moral superiority is NOT one of them..."

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#2 posted 1471 days ago

I have to agree WOW, WOW ok…now how does it do that. Must be a blade like a plane…


-- Ray

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#3 posted 1471 days ago


I want one

-- Bert

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#4 posted 1471 days ago

can you imagine the set up work involved? Impressive though.

-- vicrider

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#5 posted 1471 days ago

So, are these on sale for $50 at Woodcraft?

-- Gene T

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#6 posted 1471 days ago

is that how they make toilet paper? very nice machine…

-- timber715 - Manila, Philippines

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#7 posted 1471 days ago

thats cool

-- Custom furniture

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#8 posted 1471 days ago

I wonder if you could use it to make potato chips or to slice bread

-- Bert

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