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A jointer includes infeed and outfeed tables. A set of rotating blades is positioned between these two blades. A fence is set on one side of the jointer to serve as a guide. The infeed table and outfeed table are adjusted so that they are parallel, but the infeed table is slightly lower thereby exposing a small amount of the cutting blades. The woodworker then presses the lumber against the infeed table and pushes it onto the outfeed table; the rapidly spinning blades remove a small amount of material. If the wood is particularly warped, several passes on the jointer may be required.

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Please go to this link, download the instruction manual, then read and understand it before using your jointer. Incorrectly adjusted, even correctly adjusted, jointers can be dangerous tools, and failure to heed the instructions can easily cost you the loss of a fingertip or worse. Only when properly adjusted with the jointer be of any worthwhile use, anyway.
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Can I level the infeed and outfeed tables on my 6" Ridgid planer/jointer? I don't see such information in the manual.


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