Hood set (optional accessory)
When you wish to maintain clean operations through
easy dust collection, connect the vacuum cleaner to the
planer using this hood. Attach the hood holder to the
hood and secure with the screws.
Loosen the thumb screws which secure the chip cover.
Attach the hood to the planer and secure the chip cover
and the hood together by tightening the thumb screws.
Planer stand (optional accessory)
Place the stays on a level location and assemble the legs
inside. Secure with the cap square neck bolts, spring
washers and hex nuts, then attach the rubber caps to the
ends of the legs.
Now set the planer on the top of the assembled stand
and secure with the four hex bolts, flat washers and hex
2. Hood holder
1. Chip cover
2. Thumb screw
1. Rubber cap
2. Stay (B)
3. Stay (A)
5. Stay (A)
6. Cap square neck
7. Spring washer
8. Hex nut
Insert the hex bolts through the holes from the
reverse side of the stand and secure them with the
flat washers and hex nuts. If you insert the hex bolts
from above the planer base, the hex bolts cannot
be firmly secured.
The planer stand should be bolted with the four bolts to
the floor using the bolt holes provided in the legs.
Two or more pieces of narrow but similar thickness
stock can be passed through the planer side by
side. However, allow some spacing between the
stock to permit the feed rollers to grip the thinnest
piece of stock. Otherwise, a slightly thinner piece
could be kicked back by the cutterhead.
Place the workpiece flat on the table top.
Determine the depth of cut as described before.
Switch on the tool and wait until the blades attain full
speed. The workpiece should not be in contact with the
feed roller when you turn the tool on.
Then insert the workpiece flush with the table top.
1. Hex bolt
2. Hex nut
3. Flat washer
4. Hex bolt