Using_a_Planer by lanyuehua


									Using a Planer
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Always wear eye protection.
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Check the board
 to be sure it is
  free of nails,
loose knots, and
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Plane a warped board only after one surface
        has been trued on a jointer.
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  Make sure that the board is at least 2
     inches longer than the distance
         between the feed rolls.

For a small          FEED ROLL      FEED ROLL
planer, this
usually means a
board should be
at least 14 inches
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  Never plane more than one thickness at a
  If several thicknesses are to be surfaced,
always plane the thickest first, until it is
about the same thickness as the others.
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 Always stay to one side of the planer when
planing. Never place yourself directly behind
                 the board.
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Keep your hands away from the board after it
         starts through the planer.
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Never look into the planer as the board is
  passing through. Loose chips may be
     thrown back with great force.
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If a board sticks, turn off the switch. Wait for
  the cutterhead to stop. Then lower the table
             and remove the board.
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  Never reach over the planer. If the board is
long, have a helper support the surfaced stock
      as it is being fed out of the planer.
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    Whenever helping to “tail off,” simply support
           the board and keep it level.

      Never pull on a
     board being planed.
      Allow the outfeed
     rollers to feed the
     stock out of the
•    Stop the planer to
     make any
     adjustments or to
     clean or oil it.
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 Safety Glasses courtesy of
     Aearo Corporation

  All other photography by
   Kevin May Corporation

     All illustration by
       Art MacDillos

  Technical Assistance by
       Larry Kruzan

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