This is my first post.
I have recently built a Jointer for my hobby woodworking using a power planer. The build details are available on my blog at https://baijaldiy.blogspot.in
I also have a Sketchup file with dimensions. The file can be downloaded from my blog post by clicking on the 3D Warehouse icon in the Sketchup section. The dimensions of the parts are given in this file.
Last edited by Baijalashok; 07-15-2016 at 01:49 AM.
A few users have requested for plans. I have posted the Sketchup file which is at actual dimensions. This file can be downloaded from my build page at https://baijaldiy.blogspot.in by clicking on the 3D Warehouse icon located in the Sketchup section of the page. Once downloaded on your computer, the parts can be printed out. This has further advantage that any adjustment that may be required because of a different planer can easily be done. The planer I have is a Black & Decker model which for your country may be different.
Really great project, instructions on the blog we're just great! I think im going to make something similar.
Tilting fence would be nice add.
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