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What Bob,Jon, and David said,all right on.

The snipe is caused by not enough support on the out feed end. either the out feed table needs to be adjusted up at the end,or the piece being planed is too long and needs additional support beyond the table.
Also like pointed out short and thin pieces need a sled with sides on it that are high enough to support the feed rollers all the way through each pass.
If the thin piece is not on a sled ,I have found that the DC sucks the piece up to the drum on the final few inches and also sucks the conveyor belt up and causes premature wear on both belts.

The sides on the sled must be replaced every time they are used to make sure that they are in contact with the feed rollers. this will eliminate snipe.

Hope this helps,
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