pghmyn

24" Jointer

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Man I love old machinery like that. Think it's big enough?

i like that 100 years later, it's still higher quality than some machines today.
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I would assume for better registration before cutting begins on either broad dips or humps. If the out feed is the much larger side then theoretically you could get "snipe" if the end of your board runs downhill in a broad arc.

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What you don't see is he had to end the video because that jointer is the backup runway for the local airport and there was a 727 dangerously low on fuel that had to make an emergency landing.

 

I LOVE those old machines. Have no patience for restoring or keeping them running, but still love them.

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