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Which do I want, a jointer or planer?
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What works best at making nice crisp 90 degree edges on lumber that are exposed???Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by michael evans Apr 11.

Looking for some advice on my work bench plan
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High all, My first posting on this board. I'm just putting together a shop area in my basement. I have a mitre saw on its own stand, Kreg router table, and a 10" drill press and now my Dewalt 7480…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Miller Mar 28.

 

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michael evans replied to Bill Jones's discussion 'Which do I want, a jointer or planer?'
"A combi machine will do the job Planer /Thicknesser."
Apr 11
Ken Darga replied to Bill Jones's discussion 'Which do I want, a jointer or planer?'
"Bill, 2x lumber normally features a rounded edge. The purpose for the rounded edge, is to facilitate handling--- reducing the likelyhood of splinters injuring the person handling the material. When I've needed 2x4 stock with a squared edge,…"
Apr 9
Bill Jones replied to Bill Jones's discussion 'Which do I want, a jointer or planer?'
"Thanks to all for your suggestions, I may try the router 1st since I got the Kreg Router Table Package. I'm basically concerned more with the 2-by lumber that have sort of rounded edges for my work bench project. Other than cutting and planing…"
Apr 9
justin waldron replied to Bill Jones's discussion 'Which do I want, a jointer or planer?'
"Jay is absolutely right about the table saw and a straight 90 degree edge.  You can make a jig for  your table saw that will give you great results.  Bill is also correct, you could use a router too as a jointer. "
Apr 9
Jay Boutwell replied to Bill Jones's discussion 'Which do I want, a jointer or planer?'
"Hi Bill,  In reality there is the method where you can get a 90 degree angle to two planes of a piece of lumber by using a table saw of which, if it is accurate,you can cut the edge 90 degree to the flat side of lumber providing that the lumber…"
Apr 6
Ken Darga replied to Bill Jones's discussion 'Which do I want, a jointer or planer?'
"Bill, I use a router to dress the edges. Much easier and get great results."
Apr 6
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Which do I want, a jointer or planer?

What works best at making nice crisp 90 degree edges on lumber that are exposed???See More
Apr 6
Tim Miller replied to Bill Jones's discussion 'Looking for some advice on my work bench plan'
"I am actualy building a bench similar to what you are describing. I saw the same pictures on pintrest and thought the same thing about the fence rail. what I am doing is I dropped the entire end of the bench lower so there isn't anything on…"
Mar 28
Bob Bender replied to Bill Jones's discussion 'Looking for some advice on my work bench plan'
"I appreciate you doing this. rebender_1@verizon.net Thanks! Bob"
Mar 25
Homer Moyers Jr replied to Bill Jones's discussion 'Looking for some advice on my work bench plan'
"Sure do; i'll need your email and i will send it to you. Homer"
Mar 25
Bob Bender replied to Bill Jones's discussion 'Looking for some advice on my work bench plan'
"Is there a remote change you still have the plans for that bench? I have a garage that is tightly packed to work in. I need something small and portable to help with the Saw Stop I am about to buy."
Mar 24
Homer Moyers Jr replied to Bill Jones's discussion 'Looking for some advice on my work bench plan'
"Hi Bill, I have a similar DeWalt Saw. Take a look at the work bench I have posted on this site. Search for mobile work bench.    http://kregjig.ning.com/photo/albums/mobile-work-bench   Something like this may work? Homer"
Mar 24
Don Foley replied to Bill Jones's discussion 'Looking for some advice on my work bench plan'
"Bill, After researching the model saw you own, I think you hit the nail on the head.  To be able to use the fence to its maximum capacity you need to either open up the area to the right or mount your saw to the extreme right of the table,…"
Mar 18
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Looking for some advice on my work bench plan

High all, My first posting on this board. I'm just putting together a shop area in my basement. I have a mitre saw on its own stand, Kreg router table, and a 10" drill press and now my Dewalt 7480 Table saw looking for a place in my plan. I'm looking to build a work table for all sort of uses, 3' x 6' basically, that I can seat it at one end. I've seen many pics on Pintrest of this setup but none of them had their fences on. My base is only 13"x30", but with the fence on and extended to 24" the…See More
Mar 11

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Which Kreg products do you own?
K4 Master System, Kreg Jig Mini, Shelf Pin Jig, Rip-Cut, Cabinet Hardware Jig, Concealed Hinge Jig, Drawer Slide Jig, Kreg Screws, Screw Organizer, Custom Plug Cutter, Wood Project Clamps, Bench Clamps, Face Clamps, Universal Bench, Precision Router Table, Precision Miter Gauge, Trak Components
How would you describe yourself?
Beginner Woodworker
How did you learn about the Kreg Owners' Community?
kregtool.com
What's one interesting fact about you, your life, your garage, shop, or home?
My shop is taking shape, the 2 things I don't have, a drill press and table saw, hopefully I can get by with a circular saw with jigs and my cordless drill until I see what I truly need and where this is going.

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