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BEGINNERS Guide to Using an Electric Planer.

How to Use an Electric Planer. A Beginners Guide. The Electric Planer would have to be one of the handiest tools in the workshop. It’s basically a hand plane on steroids which makes them super fast and highly efficient!
Like all power tools, the electric planer can be a scary tool for the newly initiated. In this video, l hope to build up your confidence and take away the fear factor when using the planer.
The planers come in both corded and battery-powered models. I’m a bit old school and have a corded planer, that way l always have 100% power at all times.
The good thing about the corded model is that you can pick up a good one for a reasonably cheap price compared to the good quality battery-powered models.
I hope you find this video useful and continue to grow in confidence when it comes to using power tools of all types.
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Paula alias P.K.O : I'm a widow & just found my husbands planner. After blowing the sawdust out I read the manual. I allways used our Hand planners so I'm a little Nerve's using this. I watch many DIY videos being self dependent & love my work shop. Your Video is the BEST!!. Extremely" easy to understand & your very educational. Now I feel confident thank thank thank You
Jawsh Lite : I’ve been watching wood working videos for years and this stuff is too notch. Especially the clamping advice. I’ve been struggling with my limited space, but those pipe clamp ideas are incredible
Jazzy Snazzy : The most straight-forward, simplest, and easy to follow ever! Thank you very much for the wonderful instructions.
Lee Warren : The best, most comprehensive video I’ve ever seen on the use of a power tool.
Great job!
Lisa M : I bought an electric planer after I watched how you planed that cool big dining table you made, but yeah I was a little afraid to use it at first.. Always love your videos and learn alot from them--thanks for taking the time to put them together for us. And I love that jig--I'll have to make one of those this weekend!

How to Use a Surface Planer | Woodworking

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Watch more Learn Woodworking videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/500398-How-to-Use-a-Surface-Planer-Woodworking

Learn how to use a surface planer in this Howcast woodworking video featuring Makeville Studio.

Surface planer is one of several tools that you'll need in a shop if you're going to mill and square up rough lumber, but it also has a separate function which is just to reduce the thickness of boards so you can use it as a thickness planer and also as a surfacer.

If you use it as a thickness planer it is pretty simple to operate. The basic way this is setup is there is a set of blades in the middle of this housing and there is a couple rollers and so you pass the board in and it gets grabbed by the roller, goes under the blades, comes out on the other roller and the blades are skimming off material as its passing through. It can skim off up to an 16th or even an 8th of an inch, that's pretty aggressive at one pass. Normally what you're doing is passing a board through multiple times to skim off the little bits of material until you get down to the thickness that you want. The way it works is there is a crank on the side which raises and lowers this entire housing, that's essentially changing where the blade height is. You need to setup that up first when you're working with a board. You have to know how thick a board you have. You can measure it and set the height on this gauge here or you can measure it by feel which is what I do. I actually put it in the machine and start lowering it and I'll feel when it starts to hit the rollers and other mechanisms underneath the housing.

When I hit the roller I will back off a little bit and then I know that I'm probably at the surface of the wood at this point. From there I will go a half turn and I know I will be taking off probably about a 16th of an inch. Now, there's a couple of options for setting controls on here. You can go between two types of finishes. One is called finishing cut and one is called dimensioning. Essentially, switching between these two positions usually speeds up or slows down the rollers so either you're getting more cuts per inch or fewer cuts per inch depending on the setting. More cuts per inch make a finer finish so you can use that for a finish cut.

Another control that is pretty useful on this machine is a depth stop. You can use this to set a depth you don't want to go beyond. Lets say I have this board, its one and a quarter inches, I only want to go down to an inch. It is very easy to go past an inch sometimes if you're not being careful with this wheel, what this does is it prevents this wheel from turning once it gets down to one inch, you can't even turn the wheel anymore. That's useful, if you're not using that just put it down to some low dimension that you'll never get to and you'll never be stopped.

Now one thing that is really important on surface planers is dust collection. These machines make a huge amount of dust and this machine particularly ejects that dust at a high velocity. So that machine next to us, the dust collector, has to be on when this is on otherwise you get a big mess of dust in the shop. That's it for the setup of this machine. I'm going to run this board through to see how it works. One thing you'll want to do when you're running a board through the planer is draw some lines on it just so you can your progress. Sometimes the top surface of the board may have some hills or valleys maybe cupped. One of the things you need to be aware of with this machine is that it only works if you have one flat face already. What happens is it references off the bottom face which is on this bed down here and it takes whatever it reads down there and does it to the top face. So if you have a bow or twist in your board as this is passing through the planer it is going to get pushed down by the roller and it's just going to accentuate the shape of whatever board you have. It's not a magic box. It just doesn't make a flat piece of wood out of a twisted one. You need to actually have one flat faced before bringing your wood over here. Once you do then you're ready to go.

This machine is extremely loud and you will want to wear ear protection when using it. Okay, that's our finished product and I wanted to run this through to show you one other thing about the planer which is something that happens a lot. It's called snipe. I don't know if you can see this but there is a slight difference in height where the planer blades have chunked out a little bit extra on these last couple of inches of the wood. What happens is when passing the wood through there, the roller grabs it and actually pulls it up into the blade. So at the beginning and at the end of the cuts, the roller does that, it pulls it up into the blade. Y
Richard Winters : I appreciate videos like this where the person just gets to the point; and does not go on and on about why they chose it and all their personal history. YouTubers take note. Good video.
Sunmeet Khurana : Been waiting to get one for a while MyBest.Tools Love it and easy to use. Braced pieces and ran thru on edges. Solid product. Still using my hand planer.
Stephen Woods : Wow! Clear, concise and engaging because you included so many tips. Thanks. Also, it’s damn good to see a woman in the wood shop with the skills and practise. Well done!
frehleycomet : As always, straight to the point and no BS. Love your videos and you explanations. Keep em coming. Thanks for sharing.
hobbes 89 : Thanks for the video. I'm making kitchen knife holders for Christmas and your videos are really helping the projects come along and turn out well.

Clever things you can do with an ELECTRIC hand planer

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Bosch electric hand plane (not sponsored): https://amzn.to/3lXMkG5
Precision straight edges: https://lddy.no/191kj

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Helical carbide jointer/planer heads from MyWoodCutters: https://mywoodcutters.com/
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-Mechanical Pencils: https://amzn.to/2PA7bwK
-Lumber pencil: https://amzn.to/2QtwZjv
-Pocket Measuring Tape: http://amzn.to/2kNTlI9
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-Utility knife: https://amzn.to/3nfhIiv
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-Bit \u0026 Blade Cleaner: https://amzn.to/2TfvEOI
-Digital depth gauge: https://amzn.to/3mwRf2x
-Wood Glue: https://amzn.to/3mqek6M
-Spade Bits: https://amzn.to/3j8XPtD

★SOME OF MY FAVORITE HAND TOOLS★
-Digital Caliper: https://amzn.to/384H1Or
-Marking Gauge: https://lddy.no/10muz
-Marking knife: https://lddy.no/10mv0
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-Stanley Sweetheart Chisels: https://amzn.to/3y5HDOc
-Mini Pull Saw: https://amzn.to/2UEHBz6
-Gent Saw: https://lddy.no/ss2x
-Coping saw: https://amzn.to/2W7ZiUS
-Shinwa Rulers: https://lddy.no/zl13

★SOME OF MY FAVORITE POWER TOOLS★
-Miter Saw: https://amzn.to/3gqIlQ8
-Jointer: https://amzn.to/3yc3gfZ
-Planer: https://amzn.to/3mn6BGF
-Router: https://amzn.to/3grD22S
-Sander: https://amzn.to/3DdvD0Y
-Cordless drill: https://amzn.to/3D9ZiIm
-Brad nailer: https://amzn.to/3gsRkjH
-Mini Compressor: https://amzn.to/3mvrmQr
-Bladerunner: https://amzn.to/2Wl0TtJ
-Jig Saw: https://amzn.to/3zetTBY
-Scroll Saw: https://amzn.to/3gq9qDc
-Multi-Tool: https://amzn.to/3muZuMi

★SOME OF MY FAVORITE OTHER TOOLS★
-Drill Bits: https://amzn.to/3B8Ckzh
-Forstner Bits: https://amzn.to/3kk3wEI
-Shop Vacuum: https://amzn.to/2Wkqnbl
-Machine Setup Blocks: https://amzn.to/3gq7kDh
-Counter-Sink Bit: https://amzn.to/37ZukUo
-Featherboard: https://amzn.to/3DeqHsq
-ISOtunes Hearing Protection (Save $10): https://bit.ly/3BHYdH7

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Tools used in this video:
Bosch electric hand plane (not sponsored): https://amzn.to/3lXMkG5
Precision straight edges: https://lddy.no/191kj

★THIS VIDEO WAS MADE POSSIBLE BY★
Helical carbide jointer/planer heads from MyWoodCutters: https://mywoodcutters.com/
Please help support us by using the link above for a quick look around!
(If you use one of these affiliate links, we may receive a small commission)

Links promised in this video:
-More videos on our website: https://stumpynubs.com/
-Subscribe to our e-Magazine: https://stumpynubs.com/browse-and-subscribe/
-Check out our project plans: https://stumpynubs.com/product-category/plans/
-Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stumpynubs/
-Twitter: https://twitter.com/StumpyNubs

★SOME OF MY FAVORITE CHEAP TOOLS★
-123 Blocks: https://lddy.no/vpij
-Mechanical Pencils: https://amzn.to/2PA7bwK
-Lumber pencil: https://amzn.to/2QtwZjv
-Pocket Measuring Tape: http://amzn.to/2kNTlI9
-Irwin Drill Bit Gauge: http://amzn.to/2AwTkQg
-Nut/Bolt/Screw Gauge: http://amzn.to/2CuvxSK
-Self-Centering Punch: https://amzn.to/2QvbcrC
-Self-Centering Bits: https://amzn.to/2xs71UW
-Angle Cube: https://lddy.no/10nam
-Steel Ruler: https://lddy.no/10mv7
-Utility knife: https://amzn.to/3nfhIiv
-Center-Finding Ruler: https://lddy.no/10nak
-Bit & Blade Cleaner: https://amzn.to/2TfvEOI
-Digital depth gauge: https://amzn.to/3mwRf2x
-Wood Glue: https://amzn.to/3mqek6M
-Spade Bits: https://amzn.to/3j8XPtD

★SOME OF MY FAVORITE HAND TOOLS★
-Digital Caliper: https://amzn.to/384H1Or
-Marking Gauge: https://lddy.no/10muz
-Marking knife: https://lddy.no/10mv0
-Narex Chisels: https://lddy.no/sqm3
-Stanley Sweetheart Chisels: https://amzn.to/3y5HDOc
-Mini Pull Saw: https://amzn.to/2UEHBz6
-Gent Saw: https://lddy.no/ss2x
-Coping saw: https://amzn.to/2W7ZiUS
-Shinwa Rulers: https://lddy.no/zl13

★SOME OF MY FAVORITE POWER TOOLS★
-Miter Saw: https://amzn.to/3gqIlQ8
-Jointer: https://amzn.to/3yc3gfZ
-Planer: https://amzn.to/3mn6BGF
-Router: https://amzn.to/3grD22S
-Sander: https://amzn.to/3DdvD0Y
-Cordless drill: https://amzn.to/3D9ZiIm
-Brad nailer: https://amzn.to/3gsRkjH
-Mini Compressor: https://amzn.to/3mvrmQr
-Bladerunner: https://amzn.to/2Wl0TtJ
-Jig Saw: https://amzn.to/3zetTBY
-Scroll Saw: https://amzn.to/3gq9qDc
-Multi-Tool: https://amzn.to/3muZuMi

★SOME OF MY FAVORITE OTHER TOOLS★
-Drill Bits: https://amzn.to/3B8Ckzh
-Forstner Bits: https://amzn.to/3kk3wEI
-Shop Vacuum: https://amzn.to/2Wkqnbl
-Machine Setup Blocks: https://amzn.to/3gq7kDh
-Counter-Sink Bit: https://amzn.to/37ZukUo
-Featherboard: https://amzn.to/3DeqHsq
-ISOtunes Hearing Protection (Save $10): https://bit.ly/3BHYdH7

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Bunny Warren : I've found a good tip when working with power tools such as these is at the very beginning, with the tool off, do a practice run just above the workpiece to ensure the cord/hose will reach. Nothing worse than getting part way to realise the cord wasn't long enough or it was snagged on something. This will also ensure you're aware of your work area to pick up if there's something in the way or a bit that would require stretching too far.
IB Buggaah : Having investigated way too many “accidents” where basic safety, that you always stress, was either ignored or “skipped, just this once”. I appreciate your consistent inclusion of safety instructions. Thanks for the great videos!
Isaiah ii : I've been using electric handheld planers for years, and in the ways mentioned here. I used one on a job today. The 12v cordless bosch with a 6ah battery is a great little tool. It isn't super powerful, but is perfect for many of the things I use it for.

One Application not mentioned here that I have used corded handheld planers for is to strip the finish off of table tops. If the top you are refinishing has some thickness to play with, rather than taking a couple hours sanding the finish off, you can remove it in a matter of minutes with a planer. Typically, I set it at about 1/64th and do two passes—Then clean it up with a sander. A job that normally takes hours can be done in about 30 minutes to an hour if you know what you are doing and have the right sander.
Saliya Lokeshwara : There has been such a lack of content on YouTube about electric planers and how to use them properly. This video hits all the spots. I remember Stumpy had uploaded a video a long long time ago and that was the only video that was relevant to me. If I had seen this video 2 years ago I wouldn’t need to have find the uses for the electric planet myself by experimenting. Thank you Stumpy.

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