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  1. #1
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    Default Router/thicknesser/planer

    For thicknessing rough sawn boards, table top etc.
    Lappa
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    Can't view the image

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    Now I can

    Nice set-up. Certainly seems to do the job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lappa View Post
    Now I can

    Nice set-up. Certainly seems to do the job.
    absolutely does the job ,probably work out a lot cheaper option than a Thicknesser, although with cutters & router you would'nt be far off the mark!
    cheers
    Johnno

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    I made one for my saw mill. It runs on the saw mill track.
    I like it enough that I now building one that's 12 ft by 8 ft
    in size. I'm using a shaper head for the router.

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