Powermatic WP2510 25' PlanerSolid steel helical insert head with four-sided carbide insert tooling, eliminates need for adjustment after changing knives, reduces sound levelsDigital readout and simple PC controller make quick and easy table height set upsSegmented serrated infeed roll with segmented chip breakers has 1/4" independent yield, for planing multiple height stockMassive gear box maintains positive feed by using a large chain drive with automatic chain tensioners, to power infeed and outfeed rollers3" diameter infeed and outfeed rollers are supported by four large, sealed, needle bearings for long lifeQuick-Set micro-adjustable lever easily raises and lowers table rollers from 0" to 0.050" at a touchFrame machined from heavy cast iron and extra wide side panels with gibs, offers rigid bed support and accurate alignmentSolid pressure bar has wide foot for long wear and can be adjusted on both ends for precise feeding3 speed feed selector allows you to quickly change feed ratesLarge 32-3/16 x 26 precision-ground table contains two adjustable table rollers for smooth feeding of uneven stockDust hood features built-in 5" dust chute for efficient dust collectionStandard Equipment:Helical head with four sided insertsDust hood with 5" diameter dust portSegmented infeed rollersSegmented chip breakersTool kit with pneumatic screwdriver for removing the cutterhead insert bladesSpecifications:Bed Rollers Adjustable from Front:0" to 0.05"Brand:PowermaticColumn Diameter (in.):2-1/2Cuts Per Minute:30000Cutterhead Diameter (in.):3-3/8Cutterhead Speed (RPM):5000Distance Between Rollers - Center to Center (in.):n.a.Dust Collection Minimum CFM Required:600Dust Port Diameter (OD/in.):5Feed Rate (FPM):30-25-20Height:59inchInfeed Roller Diameter (in):n.a.Length:52inchMaximum Depth of Cut (in.):1/4Maximum Full Width Depth of Cut (in.):1/8Maximum Height of Rollers Parallel to Tabletop (in.):0.05"Maximum Opening (in.):n.a.Maximum Planing Thickness (in.):9Maximum Planing Width (in.):25Minimum Planing Length (in.):10Model Number:WP2510Motor HP:15HPMotor Phase:3PhMotor Voltage:230/460VMovement - Horizontal (in.):n.a.Movement - Vertical (in.):n.a.Movement - Vertical (in.):n.a.Net Weight:1725poundNumber of Knives:168 Four-sided insertsNumber of Speeds:n.a.Outfeed Roller Diameter (in):3Overall Dimensions:52 x 36 x 59Part Number:1791303Planing Thickness Range (in.):n.a.Prewired:Prewired 230VRange of Speeds (FPM):n.a.Readout Scale:in/mmRollers (in.):(1) infeed, (2) outfeedRotation (Forward/Reverse):Fwd onlySegmented Infeed Roller Diameter (in.):3Ship Weight:1850poundSwing (deg.):n.a.Table Height Adjust Manual:1 handwheel revolution = 1/32"Table Size (in.):32-3/16 x 26Table Support:2 columnTool Supplied:tool kitWidth:36inch
Built from tough, heavy gauge steel brackets, the DW7350 Planer Stand from DeWalt is capable of supporting even the heaviest benchtop planers. Its medium-density fiberboard top is predrilled for easy installation of any DeWalt planer, and can be easily drilled for other planers as well. Best of all, mobility comes built-in with the integral mobile case and casters. Simply use the foot pedal to lower the stand firmly to the ground, or raise it up to be rolled away. Durable and stable even under heavy loadsEasy mobility for compact storage and working on the jobsiteIncludes mobile base, stand, hardware, MDF top and metal shelfMeasures approximately 21''W x 27''L x 29-1/2''H
East Indian Rosewood has graced the curving sides of countless guitars with its rich dark tone and gorgeous striped figure. Its high resin content allows you toattain a fine polish. All boards are machined S4S, and are planed to 1/8", 1/4", 1/2" and 3/4" thicknesses, relieving your planer of excess work. Thin boardsare well-suited for edging, veneering, marquetry, sides for decorative boxes, bending stock and bent laminations, while the thicker boards are ideal for furniture, paneling, cabinet doors, mouldings, drawer sides, fine jewelry boxesand whatever else your imagination can dream up!Technical Details:Native To: Southern India and Java.Color: Purple-brown heartwood with darker streaks.Heartwood is clearly demarcated from the sapwood.Grain: Narrow and interlocking. Often exhibits a ribbon grain figure.Texture: Moderately coarse and uniform. Somewhat oily.Common Uses: Decorative and ornamental items, fine furniture, musical instruments, luthiery, and turnery.Working Characteristics: Fairly difficult to saw and machine. Sharp tools are essential. Turns well. Polish: Can be polished to an exceptional finish.Average Dried Weight: 53 lb/cubic ft. Strength: Very hard, heavy and dense.Scientific name: Dalbergia latifoliaNote: Due to high demand and limited supply, we cannot always guarantee that this item will be in stock.
For most woodworkers, the best room in the house might not even technically be in the house: it is, of course, the workshop. And the Woodworker's Journal publication Workshop Projects and Techniques has some great resources for all the fun to be had in that special place.Make your machines more versatile or more accurate with jigs and fixtures like a benchtop fixture for the belt sander, a miter gauge clamping jig, and more. Upgrade your shop skills with techniques articles on topics like how to make doors with perfect miters, 10 ways to use featherboards, and 12 shop uses for magnets. And add to your workshop fun both now and later by building projects, like a downdraft sanding cart, an ultimate planer cart, or more, that you can actually use in the shop.Included Plans: A Jig for All Reasons Adjustable Tenoning Jig Cylindrical and Round Object Drilling Jig Benchtop Fixture for a Belt Sander Shop-Made Bandsaw Fence Miter Gauge Clamping Jig Downdraft Sanding Cart Mortising Machine Stand Turned Multi-bit Screwdriver Ultimate Planer Cart Swing-out Panel Storage Plus More Tips and Tricks