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Hi Charley. Thanks for the suggestion on how to attach the grinder and use it in a sled. I think that you allways have to sand the Wood after you have surfaced it with a router.
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Hi Dan.
You have a point there! I think that othervice it coses wobbling on high speed. Just a tiny tilt to the right side on the longitudal axel. I will keep that in mind If/when I buy that Arbortech product.
Thanks Dan for lifting that fact to the day light!

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Hi Herb.
I didnt know you can get things like that to a drill! Could be a good option to a small and special configuration. I allready have something in My mind that could work perfectly!
Herb I keep this in mind with smaller coming pfojects. Thanks!

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Herb, I read in te dark and missunderstood the size of those drill surfacing bits! Well that looks good to :-)
I must dig deeper in that genre!

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Hi Tom. After all you never have enough space and a solution you can just put up when you need it and after that put back again would be a good thing to have. Nice to see there are options to surface timber.

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Many thanks Joat for your link! It Will give me ideas for years to come!! Since Its 04:05 in the morning (woke up before 03:00) I havent yet read everything in your link ;-)

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At least here on Finland Bosch sold an jig that could be attached to theyr electric planer. It had all the safty things to protect the fingers of the user and a dustbag. It might be on the -80's or -90's.

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It would be taken to concideration to ask somebody to surface one or two slabs with a surface planer at some friends place (havent any friends with planer thicknesser) but since I run a company Its not an option.
I was thinking of an 735 but its max width 12" is not much If yo need more than 16".
Tools are quite expencive specially here in Finland and thats why I try to think of a solution that would be usable in many tasks.

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