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How can I set the blades on my Ryobi AH-115 thickness planer? I'm told there is supposed to be a set gauge that comes with the machine that I do not have. Are they available?

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I made a very simple yet effective jig for setting blades on an old ryobi ah 115 planer. Do you still need help with this?

Posted on Jan 15, 2011

  • _TMH_ Aug 01, 2011

    Hello, marchese969. Would you be so kind as to explain you blade-setting jig for me? I just sent the planer knives on my AH-115 out to be sharpened.

    The rollers weren't feeding the workpiece through the planer, so I thought that sharpening the blades would fix this. They needed to be sharpened anyway.

    Thanks, Tim

  • marchese969 Aug 02, 2011

    Email me at marchese969 at gmail and I will send you a photo of the block I made and a short description of how to use it.

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