Homemade Jointer Build




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Harry M: 2:26 no such thing as too many clamps.

campbellscollision: I'm not sure why one would disassemble a usable planer to make one from its parts. A wild unit would warp severely here.

J P: csa sandles

Ernie G: I really enjoy that you added a site on all of your projects so we can see how you did them. Great job and thank you for sharing with us

M M: GREAT MAN

Muhammad Masood: Nice

Scott Ridings: Mad skills!!! The jointer, that's great; explaining it in less than 10 minutes - even better!!! I love how you just get to the point.

Chris Johnson: Hey Matthias, I'm wondering how this held up over the years. Is it pretty accurate? I think I've seen that you have a cast iron jointer so I'm wondering how it compares. I've got a 6" but it would be nice to have a 12" jointer but I don't want to spend a bunch of time and effort if it's not very accurate and doesn't last very long

Gabriel Caicedo: hola Mathias un saludo desde Cali Colombia me gustaria saber si entre tus proyectos que a proposito son exelentes tienes una sierra de mesa pero con motor electrico digamos q de 3HP me podrias dar el link del video porfavor.
admiro mucho tus videos

Frank Halavy: Appreciate all the videos you are making. Amaizing talent. thx

صموئيل سهل حياتنا ياربMata: استاز الله يوفقك

bill rugg-easey: Like the safety boots

Joshua Daniel Smith: Brilliant. Thanks.

Sorry my english is so suck: So this can roll my joints?

Parmjeet Singh: Very very very very very very good work Sir ji

Lawrence Withrow: I really like that infeed table elevating mechanism. I'm currently working on a thickness planing machine that uses a hand-held planer, held in a frame on runners a fixed height above the wood. I've seen several described on you tube but they all have a guide track that has separate lifts at each corner, and are only for small boards. I want to build one six or so feet long and it would be a real pain to set it level. With a raiser like this one it could be done with one crank. I'd probably make the levers out of metal, but the concept is a very good one.

rotary revor: 0:56 your bandsaw having trouble there?

kb3svj: You are quite an inspiration for teaching others how to create their own to tools.

folkfingerstylefreddy: The outfeed table doesn't have to be adjusted?

georgianbents: So if the drive pulley is too big, why not just break with change, make the pulley side the back, and feed the material from left to right instead of right to left? You'll just have built a left hand version. ?
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