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DeWalt DW735 Planer in Action

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The DW735 13 in. Three Knife, Two Speed Thickness Planer is powered by a 15 Amp motor to easily managing large cuts in wider materials. Three-knife cutter head with 10,000 rpm and feed speed options for 96 or 179 CPI provide optimal performance.

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I recently purchased the Dewalt DW735 planer and thought I would share the comparison of the DW734. This is not a sales video. I hope the information is helpful to anyone planning to purchase a bench top type planner. Both are similar but do have different features.
The two inch dust port can be removed to open up a full four inches. Thanks Rabid Workshop
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  1. Gan tolong dong review kan mata pisau dewalt 735 yg TCT,, bingung aku mata pisaunya HSS,, buat penyerutan kayu jati gampang banget tumpul,, beli mahal mahal malah gak kepake,, minta tolong banget dong gan….????

  2. I bought mine on Black Friday on Amazon and saved a bundle. Why don't you put a dust collector on that exhaust ? At first I thought the board was going to hit the 2X$ lol some added suspense. Thanks for the video.

  3. I use one of these frequently but a different design only the one I use is in a workshop attached to a huge bag to catch the sawdust (brilliant invention) certainly beats doing it by hand, wood turns out beautiful 😊

  4. You can get helical head for both harder to find for 734. Not sure why you didn't send 2 different boards for snip comparison?

  5. There is snipe because there is no infeed or outfeed tables. I am amazed they don't always sell them with it. Its almost unusable without them IMOI

  6. Dude, where is your infeed and outfeed tables on the 735? No tables = Snipe. You can buy the 735 either with or without the in/out tables depending on what your setup is. Some like very long tables, the X version has rather short tables.

  7. I need to rework the boards on a horse paddock. The posts are Ok but the horizontal boards/slats are "worse for weather" they have seen. I believe the boards are 2" x 8" x about 8'. My notion is to plane each side and then run the sides across a table saw and remove about 3/8" from the top and bottom, repaint them and put put them back in service.

    I do not have a planer. Is this a bad idea? If it's not a horrible idea, would you think that buying a pretty good planer, like the Dewalt models, might be worthwhile or maybe I should go with HF, buy the warranty, a few sets of blades and see how it goes?


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