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Tip on using bed-roller shims on a planer.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER Sep-Oct 1988 (v.4#4) pg. 10

Simple jig to true-up the first face of a wide board on a thickness planer instead of a jointer.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER Mar-Apr 1989 (v.5#2) pg. 6

Jig for a Ryobi 10" planer is used to plane stock as thin as 1/8".
AMERICAN WOODWORKER Jul-Aug 1989 (v.5#4) pg. 10

Lazy-susan base for a portable thickness planer speeds up multiple passes of stock through the planer.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #20 May-Jun 1991 pg. 10

Roller of lawnmower-type rubber-tired wheels is used to hold long boards flat against the short bed of an Inca planer-jointer.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #37 Mar-Apr 1994 pg. 24

Jig for thicknessing thin stock (down to 1/16").
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #49 Dec 1995 pg. 10

Planer jigs for cutting bevels and octagon shapes.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #50 Feb 1996 pg. 24

Improved thickness scale for a portable planer.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #52 Jun 1996 pg. 20

Tip on replacing the factory bed of a portable planer with an extra-long one made from laminated particleboard.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #59 Jun 1997 pg. 30

Adding a dial indicator to a planer to improve the accuracy of the thickness measuring gauge.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #77 Dec 1999 pg. 20

The ultimate tool stand. This large (72"x26"x34" tall) roll-around stand combines a chop saw stand, router table, portable planer stand, workbench with T-slot clamping system, outfeed for table saw, downdraft sanding table, and a glue up table.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #82 Oct 2000 pg. 48

Double-duty stand for a portable planer. Rollers on the stand serve as the outfeed for a table saw. With the planer in place, the table saw serves as the outfeed support for the planer.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #95 Sep 2002 pg. 88

Jig for creating very slight angles on wide pieces of wood using a planer.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Jan 1989 (v.12#4) pg. 12

Tip shows how to safely plane small pieces of lumber on a thickness planer.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #320 Jul-Aug 1991 (v.41#7) pg. 87

Tip: Plane thin stock, like veneers, by attaching the thin stock to a scrap board with rubber cement or double-sided carpet tape.
FINE WOODWORKING #33 Mar-Apr 1982 pg. 16

This jig allows you to dress stock to thinner than 1/8" on a conventional thickness planer.
FINE WOODWORKING #39 Mar-Apr 1983 pg. 16

Tip: Make very thin wood (3/64") using a planer by attaching to a carrier with double-sided tape.
FINE WOODWORKING #72 Sep-Oct 1988 pg. 10

Tip: Attach scrap "outrigger" strips when running short pieces of wood through a thickness planer.
FINE WOODWORKING #75 Mar-Apr 1989 pg. 10

Working with portable planers. An extended infeed/outfeed table, with easily removable legs, makes portable planers more convenient. Special jigs for edge-jointing, planing beveled edges and finishing tapered legs are also illustrated.
FINE WOODWORKING #82 May-Jun 1990 pg. 66

Infeed/outfeed table for a portable planer features an adjustable bed to reduce snipe and planing time.
FINE WOODWORKING #119 Jul-Aug 1996 pg. 42

Jig for using a thickness planer to cut beveled hardwood stips for glazing cabinet doors.
FINE WOODWORKING #122 Jan-Feb 1997 pg. 20

A sturdy stand for a 12" portable planer features all-wood construction and built-in infeed and outfeed rollers.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #77 Mar 1994 (v.13#5) pg. 32

Tip shows how to make an accessory feed table for a planer so it will run material down to about 1/8" thick.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #98 Sep 1997 (v.17#4) pg. 18

A collection of shop built jigs and accessories for combination planer/molder machines.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #100 Jan 1998 (v.17#6) pg. 18

Roll-around stand for a portable planer features an adjustable outfeed extension and an optional storage drawer.
SHOPNOTES #9 May 1993 (v.2) pg. 16

Adjustable planer jig. Make a beveled cut safely and accurately using this simple jig for a thickness planer.
SHOPNOTES #38 Mar 1998 (v.7) pg. 6

Flip-up stand for a portable planer attaches to a workbench and uses the bench as the outfeed support.
SHOPNOTES #46 Jul 1999 (v.8) pg. 4

Use an auxiliary board and double-sided tape to safely plane thin stock (under 0.5" thick).
WOOD MAGAZINE #33 Feb 1990 (v.7#1) pg. 22

Extension table for planer infeed and outfeed.
WOOD MAGAZINE #41 Feb 1991 (v.8#2) pg. 14

How to use a carrier board to plane stock to less that 0.5" thick.
WOOD MAGAZINE #56 Nov 1992 (v.9#8) pg. 94

Auxiliary table for a planer cuts bevels at an angle a saw can't handle.
WOOD MAGAZINE #66 Dec 1993 (v.10#9) pg. 10

Auxiliary bed for a thickness planer is used for cutting thin stock or for cutting a bevel profile.
WOOD MAGAZINE #84 Dec 1995 (v.12#9) pg. 54

How to use a thickness planer and simple jig to make uniform-width pieces with smooth, square edges.
WOOD MAGAZINE #106 Jun 1998 (v.15#4) pg. 24

Stop cutterhead creep with this shopbuilt lock for the Delta 22-540 planer's height-adjustment handle.
WOOD MAGAZINE #123 Apr 2000 (v.17#3) pg. 30

Tip on using a large horseshoe magnet to prevent cutterhead creep on a portable thickness planer.
WOOD MAGAZINE #134 Aug 2001 (v.18#5) pg. 28

Tips on planing very thin stock (down to 1/32") using a Ryobi AP-10 or similar thickness planer.
WOODSMITH #70 Aug 1990 pg. 15

Eliminate snipe when thickness planing boards by attaching "sacrificial" strips to each side that are longer than the work piece.
WOODSMITH #96 Dec 1994 (v.16) pg. 4

Shop-built pull-out platform fits beneath a workbench and holds a bench top planer.
WOODSMITH #109 Feb 1997 (v.19) pg. 5

Build a "carrier board" for use when planing thin boards.
WOODWORK #4 Winter 1989 pg. 22

A reversible router/planer cart. A roll-around cart has a pivoting top. On one side is fastened a Ryobi 10" planer. On the other side is fastened a router table.
WOODWORK #4 Winter 1989 pg. 62

Tip on joining several short boards together with temporary side rails so they can be safely run through a thickness planer.
WOODWORK #13 Jan-Feb 1992 pg. 8

Tip on using a supplementary bed to prevent snipe marks.
WOODWORK #22 Jul-Aug 1993 pg. 18

Technique for planing to an accurate thickness involves the use of a dial indicator.
WOODWORK #40 Aug 1996 pg. 14

Simple jig for use with a thickness planer to produce perfect, same-size bevelled beads every time.
WOODWORKER Dec 1987 (v.91#12) pg. 1063

Bevel planing jig. Use this adjustable jig along with a thickness planer to produce acute-angle bevels along the edges of boards.
WOODWORKER Aug 1989 (v.93#8) pg. 740

Thickness planer jig for machining a bevel on a work piece.
WOODWORKER Apr 1992 (v.96#4) pg. 82

Getting the most from your portable planer. (1) Oversize auxiliary bed. (2) Jointing on a planer. (3) Working with thin stock. (4) Carriers for short stock. (5) Tips on cleaning, sharpening, etc.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Mar-Apr 1994 (v.18#2) pg. 13
Added Info WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1994 (v.18#4) pg. 4 (Cause of snipe)

Two storage cabinets for the molding knives, gibs and counterweights for the Belsaw jointer-planer-molder. May be adapted to other cutting heads.
WORKBENCH Jan-Feb 1983 (v.39#1) pg. 64

Custom made storage case for Woodmaster molding heads.
WORKBENCH Mar-Apr 1983 (v.39#2) pg. 72

Accessories for use with the W&H (Williams and Hussey) planer. Includes a support roller for outfeed, chip receptacle, and a sturdy cabinet which includes knife storage.
WORKBENCH Sep-Oct 1983 (v.39#5) pg. 120

Mobile planer station. Mount a portable planer on a two-wheeled frame which also features a large outfeed table at the correct height. The frame is supported by two sawhorses while in use, but can be easily stored and rolled to the job site.
WORKBENCH May-Jun 1998 (v.54#3) pg. 53