by Dana Batory
This book can answer all your questions about antique wood planers.
This is the first book to gather together all the valuable
miscellaneous data scattered piecemeal throughout scores of old texts
and manuals and combine it with practical, hands-on experience. Author
Dana M. Batory gives a brief history of the machine since its invention
in 1828 and then carefully describes the complete planer system from
infeed to outfeed and everything in-between. Learn how to adjust and
fine-tune each of its separate elements: table adjustment, chipbreaker
adjustment, pressure bar adjustment, knife setting, and more. It s all
here and profusely illustrated.There are also chapters on
troubleshooting, practical information, and helpful hints. From
required horsepower and halted feeding to snipes and torn grain,
everything is covered. The book s detailed illustrations have been
collected from the author s extensive library of period catalogs,
manuals, and photographs.
160 pages. Fully illustrated. 8-1/2 x 11. Soft cover. (2009)
“This book is destined to become a standard reference for anyone who might want to buy vintage woodworking machinery.” — Fine Woodworking
Signed by the Author
an added bonus of purchasing this item through the OWWM web site, all
copies will be signed and personalized by Dana Batory, the author.
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