"JET" Planer/Moulder

Re: "JET" Planer/Moulder

Unread post #11 by Violaine » Sun Nov 08, 2015 4:28 am

thanks Panda!

this nice machine is a good addition to your homeshop or small shop fabrication. with a built in casters, this can be moved around the shop with ease.

yes timb! i wonder if Panda sells the cutters as well.
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Re: "JET" Planer/Moulder

Unread post #12 by reypinmoko » Wed Dec 02, 2015 5:10 pm

How much po?
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Re: "JET" Planer/Moulder

Unread post #13 by balarila » Wed Dec 02, 2015 10:12 pm

Not sure if this question's been asked/answered before: What's the diff between a thicknesser and a planer/molder?
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Re: "JET" Planer/Moulder

Unread post #14 by timber715 » Thu Dec 03, 2015 2:54 am

balarila wrote:Not sure if this question's been asked/answered before: What's the diff between a thicknesser and a planer/molder?


timber715 wrote:V, this should be able to make crown mouldings with ease. Have a custom cutter and you would have a customed moulding. Ang saya nyan...
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