Makute Electric Planner

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An electric planer is a power tool designed for woodworking that features a rotating cutting blade to trim, shape, and smooth wood surfaces. It is used to remove thin layers of material from a wooden workpiece, allowing for precision in adjusting thickness and creating flat and even surfaces. Electric planers are commonly employed in carpentry and woodworking projects to achieve desired dimensions, smoothness, and consistency in woodwork.

Rated Voltage:220-240V~50/60HZ
Input Power: 600W
No-load speed: 16000r/min
Planning width&depth:82x1mm
With 1pc blade adapter
With 1pc Sharpening block
With 1pc Wrench
With 1pc parallel guides

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Uses

  1. Thickness Planning:
    • Adjusting the thickness of wooden boards or panels to achieve uniform dimensions.
  2. Surface Smoothing:
    • Creating smooth and even surfaces by removing imperfections, rough spots, or unevenness in wood.
  3. Edge Beveling:
    • Beveling or chamfering edges for decorative or functional purposes.
  4. Flattening Rough Lumber:
    • Smoothing and leveling rough-cut lumber or reclaimed wood.
  5. Jointing Edges:
    • Creating straight and square edges on boards for accurate joinery and seamless assembly.
  6. Removing Paint or Varnish:
    • Stripping old paint or varnish layers from wooden surfaces.
  7. Door Trimming:
    • Trimming doors to fit properly in their frames, especially after installation or if adjustments are needed.
  8. Resurfacing Wooden Floors:
    • Refinishing or leveling wooden floors by removing a thin layer of material.
  9. Creating Rabbets and Rebates:
    • Making precise recesses or grooves along the edge or face of a board for various woodworking joints.
  10. Scribing:
    • Shaving off small amounts of wood to achieve a precise fit between two pieces, ensuring a tight joint.
  11. Tapering:
    • Gradually reducing the thickness of a board at one end, creating a tapered effect.
  12. Woodworking Projects:
    • General shaping and preparation of wood for a variety of woodworking projects, including furniture making, cabinetry, and carpentry.
SKU: AHS39531 Category:

Size

82MM X 1 MM 600W

Safety Precautions

  1. Read the User Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the user manual provided by the manufacturer. It contains specific instructions, safety guidelines, and maintenance information.
  2. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Use appropriate PPE, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from flying debris, and hearing protection to reduce noise exposure.
  3. Use Respiratory Protection:
    • When working on materials that produce dust or particles, use a dust mask or respirator to protect your respiratory system.
  4. Secure Workpiece:
    • Ensure that the workpiece is securely fastened or clamped to prevent movement during operation. This stability helps maintain control and prevents accidents.
  5. Inspect Blades:
    • Regularly check the condition of the cutting blades. Ensure they are sharp, properly adjusted, and securely fastened. Dull or damaged blades can lead to inefficient operation and safety hazards.
  6. Disconnect Power:
    • Before changing blades, adjusting settings, or performing maintenance, disconnect the power source to prevent accidental activation.
  7. Maintain a Clean Workspace:
    • Keep your work area well-lit and organized. Remove any debris, sawdust, or obstacles that could cause slips or interfere with the operation of the planer.
  8. Secure Cords:
    • Ensure the power cord is in good condition, and it is safely routed away from the cutting path. Avoid tripping hazards and potential damage to the cord.
  9. Two-Hand Operation:
    • When possible, use both hands to operate the planer. This enhances control and stability during use.
  10. Avoid Loose Clothing and Jewelry:
    • Wear appropriate clothing and avoid loose-fitting items or jewelry that could get caught in the planer’s moving parts.
  11. Keep Hands Clear:
    • Keep your hands and fingers away from the cutting area. Do not attempt to remove debris or make adjustments while the planer is in operation.
  12. Switch Off when Not in Use:
    • Turn off the electric planer and wait for the blades to come to a complete stop before setting it down or leaving it unattended.
  13. Follow Electrical Safety Guidelines:
    • Ensure that the power source and electrical connections are in good condition. Use grounded outlets and, if needed, use an appropriate extension cord.
  14. Avoid Overloading:
    • Do not force the planer through the material. Let the tool work at its own pace, and if you encounter resistance, stop and investigate the issue.

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