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Develop smooth, planed surface areas using your drill press
Our Safe-T-Planer is the cost effective way to include a planer to your shop. In your drill press, it aircrafts timber to any kind of thickness, leaving it smooth as well as ready for sanding.
Airplane big or tiny items
The Safe-T-Planer cuts a course 2-3/4" wide. Large surface areas are managed by making several passes.Use the Safe-T-Planer for:
Solid guitar bodies
Necks and pegheads
Nut and saddle blanks
Unjoined guitar tops and also backs
Unbent guitar sides
Broadband steel cutters
The Safe-T-Planer is machined from aluminum with a steel shank. Its three high-speed steel cutters are heat-treated for toughness. Each cutter showcases an extra side, to double the working life.
Fits any type of 1/2" drill press chuck. Comes with guidelines, consisting of the best ways to make a simple plywood planing table for your drill press.
Width of cut: 2-3/4" (69.85 mm).
Cutter depth: 1/4" (6.35 mm).
Overall diameter: 3-1/8" (79.38 mm).