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Small Hand PlanerMilling wider boards using a chainsaw and power hand planer

Milling wider boards using a chainsaw and power hand planer

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Milling wider boards using a chainsaw and power hand planer

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Ever need to plane very thin stock, but it’s too thin for a planer? Then watch this video to learn how to make a thicknessing jig that uses a hand plane to plane thin pieces of wood!

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———— Tools I use ————
Japanese Saws:
– SUIZAN 9.5 Inch Ryoba Pull Saw: https://amzn.to/38FVxf4 (Amazon)
– SUIZAN 9.5 Inch Dozuki Dovetail Pull Saw: https://amzn.to/3mZfrHr (Amazon)
Chisels:
– Narex Richter Bevel Edge Chisel (1/4, 1/2, 3/4, and 1): https://amzn.to/2WNUEMc (Amazon)
Mallet/Hammer:
– Thor Soft and Hard Face Hammer: https://amzn.to/37SvItn (Amazon)
Clamps:
– IRWIN QUICK-GRIP Clamps Set, 8-Piece: https://amzn.to/3aIhBIT (Amazon)
Sharpening:
– Ultra Sharp Diamond Sharpening Stones: https://amzn.to/38RARBh (Amazon)
Drill Press:
– Wen 4208 8″, 5-Speed Drill Press: https://amzn.to/3pryuMi (Amazon)

The above are tools I use for just about every project in the workshop and come highly recommended! They are all affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. I may earn commission through purchases made through the links above.
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13 COMMENTS

  1. I bought a DeWalt planer just to do the railings on my decks. Make sure the nails or screws are buried into the wood before planing!

  2. am here on youtube just trying to watch videos about planers and these are all so helpful!

    glad i was able to rent one from mygaragerentals.com, the owner said he'll teach us but thought we learn on our own too for safety

    watching this video has me excited for our home project!!

  3. Thanks for watching! As always, I'd love to hear what you think or if you have any suggestions. I really do enjoy reading any suggestions as I won't learn unless someone points something out!

  4. So good to see a solution to a task that doesn't have a noisy motor to achieve it,and doesn't create the need to wear a respirator.Woodwork at it's best,a well set up sharpened plane,and the satisfying sound of a single continuous shaving. It's a pleasure to see and hear somebody still working with hand tools.

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