With a powerful 15 AMP, 20,000 RPM motor (10,000 RPM cutterhead speed) the DeWalt DW735x 13" 2-Speed Planer handles larger cuts in wider materials with ease. Features a three knife cutter-head that delivers 30% longer knife life and makes knife changes faster and easier. The two-speed gear box allows users to change feed speed to optimize cuts per inch at 96 or 179 CPI. A fan-assisted chip ejection system vacuums chips off of the cutter-head and exhausts them out of the machine keeping your workspace clean. Plus, the 19-3/4" cast aluminum base is 2X more rigid than a standard 10" base and folding tables. Plus, Includes infeed and outfeed tables and an extra set of knives! ($126 Value!)Technical Details:Automatic carriage lock reduces the movement that causes snipe without the need for manual engagement by the userMaterial removal gauge and extra-large thickness scale deliver accurate cuts with every passExtra-large turret depth stop allows users to return to most frequently used thicknesses with easeIncludes infeed and outfeed tables and an extra set of knives15.0 AmpsNo Load Speed 20,000 (motor)/10,000 (cutterhead)rpmMax Depth of Cut: 1/8"Depth Capacity: 6"Width Capacity: 13"Tool Weight: 92 lbs
Affordable attachment accurately displays the thickness of the board exiting the planer.Eliminates the need for tape measure or calipers.Measurements in inches or mm.Features absolute measuring mode with memory and incremental mode that re-sets to 0.000" or 0.00 mm. Calibrates in seconds.Fits portable planers from DeWalt, Delta, Ridgid, Ryobi, Craftsman and more.Mounts in minutes.Includes readout, stainless steel scale, graphic scale sticker, sheet metal mounting parts, hardware and manual.Now uses AAA Batteries for operation (not included). Provides up to 2 years of battery life.
Each of these unique slabs is individually cut to reveal the most interesting grain and to preserve as much of the natural live edge as possible - use them for table tops, clock faces, signs, decorative wall hangings and whatever else your imagination can drum up. Live edge slabs reveal the individual character of the tree from which they were cut, and provide woodworkers with beautiful wide boards that would otherwise be ripped thin if milled for yield. Because of their width, most of these slabs won't fit through a jointer or planer. Instead, they are carefully flattened on a custom-built, manually-operated mill. The slabs are then sanded to 150-grit and given a light of coat of clear shellac for protection. All of these slabs are sourced from small family-owned mills that practice responsible land management. For dimensions refer to the grid in the photo: each red square represents 12''; each black square represents 4'' When necessary, checking and defects are carefully patched at the mill Sanded to 150-grit and coated with shellac for protection