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Sniping


You get sniping with all planers and it will always be the length from the cutter head to the second feed roller. Until the board goes under the second roller it is almost impossible to feed it through and not get some sniping. The same applies to the outfeed side also. Better made (more expensive) planers, table extensions and holding up on the end of the board until the other end is under the second feed roller will reduce sniping somewhat but you'll always have some sniping.

Mar 03, 2013 | Delta TP305 12 - 1/2" Portable Planer

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Why does my TP305 takes off more material at the beginning and at the end of the board than it does in the middle? It is a considerable amount. I've cleaned and tightened everything I can.


This is called snipe and it is a common problem. There are two feed rollers, one before and one after the cutter. When one of them drops off the board, the cutter drops down a little. You can minimize this by taking very light cuts, even making your final cut a second pass without lowering the cutter at all. You can also use a scrap piece of wood immediately preceding and following your good piece (it has to be long enough) And of course you can start with your good piece over-length. Good luck.

Jan 01, 2013 | Delta TP305 12 - 1/2" Portable Planer

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Need to find Delta 12 1/2 " Planer Instruction Manual # TP305


Porter-Cable/Delta has the manual at their Servicenet support site: http://servicenet.deltaportercable.com/Products/Detail?productNumber=TP305 . The link is on the right under downloads (the last item in the list).

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

May 29, 2011 | Garden

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When feeding a board say about 8 ' wide into the planer it comes out the other end crooked at about 20 degrees.what can be causing this.The model is Delta TP 305 , 12 1/2".


There are a possible number of causes, few of which can be adjusted away.
However, check to make sure the base of the planer, the table under the board is clean and free of pitch and scratches or debris that could interfere with the smooth passage of the board. I use Trewax or some other paste wax on mine to facilitate the board's passage.
You may have a feed roller that is tighter on one side than another, i.e. it is closer to the table on one end than the other end of the roller. It's unlikely there's anything you can do about this, even if you were to make the appropriate hardwood block needed to measure the roller's height at different positions across the table. Small portable planers are prone to this, and often your only recourse is to hold the board straight as it feeds through the machine, by exerting gradual pressure on the side against which it twists.
Finally,it could be the boards that you're feeding into the machine are not flat or have non-parrallel faces to begin with, so the knives of the planer are forced to take a deeper cut off one side of the board. Take a lighter pass and see if the board runs straight. You might be hogging too much off for the planer.
Or the knives could be dull, or knicked, or improperly adjusted and not parrallel to the cutterhead.
But this can be a problem even with industrial quality machines. Normally we just hold the board straight and move on the the jointer or the table saw. It's frustrating behavior, but you can only spend so much time tweaking machines, and then you have to get on with the woodworking.
Hope that helps somehow.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!

May 08, 2011 | Delta TP305 12 - 1/2" Portable Planer

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Do you have a owners manual for a Delta planer tp305


go to Dewaltservicenet.com and you can download the owners manual for this tool, it is 48 pages long. Let me know if you need more help and if I have answered your question would you please vote accordingly, thanks

Mar 15, 2011 | Delta TP305 12 - 1/2" Portable Planer

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My delta tp 305 feeds the wood 2-3 inches at a time leaving ridges what does this mean


Hi. It means two things to me.
1. You may be trying to get it to cut too much in one pass. Cut less, and cut twice, or even three times. You'll get a smoother finish with less deformities in the wood.
2. When you say ridges, it can be several things, depending on how they appear. If the ridges are running across the board and parallel to the cutter head, this would make me believe in the "you're feeding the machine too much too fast" theory. If the ridges are running long ways down the board, this usually indicated a nick in the blades.
Regards, W/D

Jan 14, 2011 | Delta TP305 12 - 1/2" Portable Planer

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Delta rockwell 22-200 planer. I need a manual.


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Jan 08, 2010 | Delta Masonry Tools

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How do you replace the belt?


go to Dewaltservicenet.com and type in your model number and you will find a detailed breakdown for this tool. Let me know if you need more assistance

Dec 15, 2009 | Delta TP305 12 - 1/2" Portable Planer

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Belt on delta planer


I went to Dewaltservicenet.com and looked at a parts explosion and also the instruction manual for this tool. The manual doesn't say anything about how to do it, BUT the explosion is good quality and should guide you thru replacement. Please let me know if I can help further and if I answered your question would you please rate it accordingly Thank you.

May 15, 2009 | Delta TP305 12 - 1/2" Portable Planer

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