the planer i didn't buy
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I bought one looks almost the same as yours but 15”. It even says “15” auto planer”. I adjusted the bed rollers a little and now it snipes very little. I do want to get a shelix cutter head for it, but I need to take the current one out and measure some key dimensions. Endless projects down the road.
does your motor pivot for blade changes? that’s the only possible downfall of the motor-on-top design, especially for sheartak cutterheads where you’re going after the cutterhead more often – some of the old motor-on-top designs require taking the motor off just to access the blade
I may be a little late to this one but it’s a great video Scott! 😂 I have a few used tools (a 3hp Unisaw being the crown jewel) and always enjoy seeing others giving a 2nd life to old tools.
I want to see/hear more about that folding trailer of yours
I want that trailer!
2:40 – you won my subscription with that one. Exactly my wife in the car. She even wants me to philosophe about certain stuff to sleep easier. Galaxies and black holes, dark matter, pc games, tools, politics… All perfect for her car sleep
For a young woodworker you gave some great advice and an excellent presentation. Brilliant!
Goof stuff dude!…….BYE
I just found your channel and I enjoyed this video. Thanks. Subscribed.
You said that planer was $800 but the bills you paid with look like Monopoly money…how much would it cost in real money? You know, like USD…
I too love buying old tools. Solid tips! Thanks!
I buy everything used irepair everything I buy. Lot of times that gives me an updated newer machine. For pennies on the dollar.
Ah, the doobladoo. Finally we have a term for that.
3:02 Amazing Grace….
I like the passages with your gf. It sometimes remind me of mine, when I do some stupid jokes. Very funny.
Okay I subscribed. Keep doing what you are doing man just step up video production could you please lol!
"Would you be Grace? Amazing!" is an underrated pun.
Man I just discovered your channel today and it’s so refreshing to have someone who lives in my general area (GTA) making content and giving advice!
It feels more applicable to hear about all things woodworking from someone in the same area especially regarding costs, searching used and selling local.
Also you and your girlfriend are hilarious and I love the content!
I love the abrupt ending to the videos, always makes me laugh!
If your unsure just move on… she moves on😂
Scott, just came across your channel. Great content! Informative and entertaining at the same time. My girlfriend is an electrician, and when you talked about phases I totally sympathized with your gf 😂
Doobely-do?!?! (at about 7:50)
Is that an @AvE reference?
"And test it with a piece of wood"
i wish I had seen this before buying this bandsaw that broke in the first 2 seconds of using it after I got it home.
someone watches the @vlogbrothers 7:50 hahaha love the channel, exciting to see a fellow young Canadian doing woodworking in a small space!
Man just discovering your channel, and how do you only have 9k subscribers?!?
My dude, you are a lively and fantastic storyteller and an effective purveyor (lecturer? rator?) of concise, coherent, relevant, relatable, actionable, and actual knowledge. Whew, try to say that 10 times fast.
I see great things for you in this craft, keep up the amazing work!
What trailer did you have?
Bought a compressor and tank for $60 last year. Spent $25 on a replacement valve plate. Had to use part of a silicone baking sheet as gasket material. Still need to get a quick connect fitting for the outflow. I’m still below the "new" cost but I would have saved myself a lot of hassle buying new. I’ve learned a lot about compressors that I otherwise wouldn’t have, though.
Man that guy is cool
you and your significant other are hilarious, and your endings are both refreshing and funny.
I got a used table saw, band saw, and jointer—along with a bunch of aftermarket accessories that do not come with new machines—for the price of a new table saw alone. Buying used rocks!
Dig the fold up trailer too! Great vid and info
No one noticed the shirt change Scott. Your secret is safe.
Thousandth like, for real.
as a fellow Ontarian thanks for the recommendation saved me over 100 bucks buying a jointer head from them instead of busy bee, and now i love my jointer again!
Love your videos and the information within. I scrolled but didn’t see my question. Do you have info on that trailer? I could use that in my garage shop.
Awesome video! Being just a hobbyist, I don’t buy the industrial sized machines your looking at, but I have bought used equipment. I’m also one of those outliers being without a truck. Nice folding trailer!
Also nice to see local content! I am about a hour from Toronto.
Glad I subscribed. Keep up the great work!
Next video: how to hire a good divorce lawyer. 🙂
Hey, I actually have a decent tip: Years ago I was looking to repair a (very common and very old) printer and found a guy who repaired them out of his house, and he did an excellent repair on my printer. He also had several sitting around for sale. My tip is, consider buying from the repair guy when you can. You get a tool that’s in solid refurb condition, and you establish a friendly relationship that can be very beneficial. Not only can he fix your tools, but he’s probably a great resource for finding that wierd part when you’re maintaining your own equipment, AND he might be a good guy to grab a beer with while you exchange details and suggestions on your latest projects and watch your local football team lose.
Depending on the motor, it would be easier just to get another phase from the panel, since the current draw at 120V would just pop the breaker or melt the wiring.
Hey Scott! Where did you get that amazing trailer!?! I have limited space but also want a small trailer and that bad-boy fits the bill! Thanks so much!
What kind of trailer is that??
Any classified sites you recommend besides Craigslist?
Great tips and advice, I love Rachel’s expressions lol 3 hours! man you should of swung by our sawmill, maybe next time xoxo Sandy
"Down in the doobly-do" I getting strong AVE subscriber vibes all of a sudden.
Awesome advices, really enjoy your style as well. Are you going to release a video about your planer rebuild process? I have the same one to do and would love to get your experience about it!
The 401 and the monopoly money mean we are close together. I wonder how many of the same ads we’ve seen.
Looks like a beautiful planer Scott!
Looking forward to even more projects 🙂
Doobleedoo? You watch Matt Covile?
Just subbed after watching your other video "i tried to teach… ". Love your no nonsense presentation. Good job. Liked