I still like the idea of moving the router to plane the stock as opposed to moving the complete jig because it just seems to me it would be more accurate. Of course I am nothing more than an amateur woodworker so maybe I know not what I think is best. I had planned on building a ski like Darrin's and outfit it to move the router to plane the stock but that is now a moot point because I am going to keep my Woodhaven planing jig. Even though it takes up a tremendous amount of shop space its accuracy is only paralleled by a standard planer. I just bought several beautifully figured maple boards that are rough sawed so the planer and the router are going to get a workout over the next few days. I thought I had it sold but the man backed out because he also thought it to large for his shop.
When something is advertised as being foolproof there is always a better class of fool that comes along to prove them wrong.
Last edited by Ken Bee; 12-17-2011 at 06:25 PM.