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How to controll snipe - Delta Machinery Delta 22-610 RC-63D 24-3/4" x 9 3/8" Planer

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    brehmgci Apr 19, 2013

    need toget rid of the snipe, how do i do it



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Feed the wood into the planer at an upward... or is downward ... growth ring dirrection.

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could be the way you are feeding/removing the board. snipe is actually the sound the board makes when its end passes over the cutter. the inboard table should be slightly lower than the rear table. pressure and movement must be maintained when feeding the board the entire length of the joiner table.

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