Don is correct about the King. It is sold as many other names. It has a 2hp 220volt induction motor that has good power. I plane up to 1/8" pass on Douglas fir and white birch. It has a fixed bed with the head moving up and down. This probably isn't as stable as a fixed head but you can add infeed and outfeed tables if you want. It will produce a bit of snipe at the ends even with the column locks. I've had mine for maybe 15 years and I've sent lots of rough lumber through it as I live in an area with a number of small sawmills. The only thing I've replaced was the infeed roller. If you buy one, check the head for level with the bed. Mine wasn't. Working at a very leisurely pace I had it set properly in about 45 minutes but i could have done the job in about 15.
Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.