7 Responses to Thickness Planer – May The Grain Be With You / Raboteuse – Que le grain soit avec vous

  1. Colin says:

    Hello! Content de vous revoir de retour à l’atelier!
    Ça va vous remettre sur pied en un rien de temps!

    Au sujet de votre raboteuse, pourriez vous m’indiquer les références de la machine? Merci!

    Meilleures salutations.

  2. bob817 says:

    That’s a Great Observation Sir, I have the same planer and I’ve had it for three years now and love the thing the knives don’t cost an arm and leg to replace also. Do they H.D. Rigid offer the lifetime guarantee in Canada? Just wondering.
    Thanks for your great tips!!
    Bob B. New Hampshire, U.S.A.

    • Serge says:

      Hi Bob,
      Yes, same lower price, and same guarantee as long as the owner register, what I should do soon.
      Best,
      Serge

  3. Mark Butler says:

    Serge, a couple of good tips to remember. The problem I often have is trying to read the grain direction. On the piece you show, the grain direction is easy to see but sometimes I have to run it through the planer to see which direction is best. Maybe I just need new glasses :).

    Cheers
    Mark

    • Serge says:

      Hi Mark,
      I agree, some wood grain are hard to read. Testing with a light pass is the way to go. We speak the same language ! 😉

      Best,
      Serge

  4. Conseils simples et utiles. Merci! Et j’ajouterai que j’adore mon planeur Ridgid. Bonne machine à bon prix. Avec un peu d’expérience, le fini qu’on en obtient est très respectable.

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