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Should I buy a wood planer?

A thickness planer serves three unique purposes that other tools do not: 1) It makes the second face of a board parallel to the other face; 2) It smooths rough stock; and 3) It reduces stock down to the exact thickness you need. If you really want to get into woodworking, a thickness planer is worth the cost.


Likewise, people ask, do I need a planer for woodworking?

You don’t need a jointer or a planer anymore than you need any tool, but they sure are do make wwing easier and more accurate. A jointer is the best tool for making the face of a board flat, straight, and square to an adjacent edge.

One may also ask, what should I look for when buying a wood planer? Factors to Consider When Buying a Planer

  • Electric Planers. Electric planers are powered by electricity just as the name suggests.
  • Cost. Cost of various types of planers varies depending on the manufacturer of the equipment and quality of the tool.
  • Efficiency And Convenience.
  • Flexibility and ease to use.

Just so, what does a planer do to wood?

Woodworking jointers and planers are used to mill wood so they can be used to build furniture and other projects to correct dimensions. If your workshop doesn’t have a jointer to square up an edge or your wood piece is too large to fit through, you can use your planer to flatten both pieces of wood.

Should I buy a jointer or a planer first?

The jointer is used to flatten one face and square up one edge and the planer is then used to make the second face flat and parallel to the first. In my opinion, you should purchase the planer first. You’ll be able to accomplish more with it on its own than you can with a jointer.


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