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Surface Planer
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1,000 €
VEBA FS300 Combined Surface Planer/Thicknesser
Longiano (FC)
5 Bids
1,000 €
SICAR RAPID 310 Surface Planer
Longiano (FC)
7 Bids
900 €
MARTIN Surface Planer
5 Bids
800 €
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OKOMA AS 51 Surface Planer
15 Bids
710 €
STRICKLER Surface Planer
8 Bids
390 €
Surface Planer
Longiano (FC)
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380 €
ALDINGER Surface Planer
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Surface Planer
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180 €


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  1. Smooth surfaces and corners for further processing e
  2. The specialisation of a variety of plan methods
  3. Smooth square-shaped timber out of bent timber
  4. Used surface planers from well-known manufactures
Used surface planer overall view of building

Smooth surfaces and corners for further processing

A surface planer is made out of a long surface table with a planing shaft mounted in the middle and two planing knives. The surface table is split into two: an infeed and an outfeed. The not adjustable outfeed corresponds with the height of the cutting circle. The chip removal of the workpiece is determined by the height adjustable infeed. There are three types of knife driving shafts: traditional cutterblock; Tersa cutter; and spiral knife.
  • Machine processing of wood workpieces
  • Smoothing and straightening of wood
  • Prerequisite for subsequent thickness planing
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To avoid undesirable results, every unit should contain identical knives. A cutterblock protector is there to ensure that the operator of the machine will not accidentally come in contact with the rotating cutterblock. There are three different types of safety measures, depending on when the machine was built. The clapper guard is made out of several wooden flaps that are hinged together. The cutterblock protection device moves to the side upon contact, providing space for the cutterblock. The most modern and safest safety measure is the protecting bridge. This covers the cutterblock and only frees it, when the workpiece is in the right position. The surface planer is used for the pre-treatment of cut wood workpieces that need to be smoothly planed on both sides. After the wood workpiece is treated, it can be further processed using a planer-thicknesser.

MARTIN Surface planner in use

The specialisation of a variety of plan methods

The beginning of the planer dates back to 1200 B.C. Over time, different planers have been developed for different work steps starting from the smoothing of wood through to the development of the production of folds and grooves. The surface planer is specialised in producing a double-sided, planed, square piece of timber, whose surfaces stand at a right angle to one another. This process is very similar to the milling process because the work tool rotates along the workpiece.

Smooth square-shaped timber out of bent timber

A surface planer is used where planks, boards and square-shaped timber need to be smoothed. Wind-distorted and bent timber can be made into flat surfaces.

Used surface planer working surface
The planer-thicknesser is used for further processing. There are also combined surface planer and planer-thicknesser machines available, that can be easily modified. This proves to be a good machine to use within small spaces.

Used surface planers from well-known manufactures

Generally, these long-lived machines are still in good condition after long-term use. Quality high-end surface planers are available from Surplex. Combined surface planers and planer-thicknessers are available from suppliers such as KÖLLE, MARTIN, SCHEPPACH and SCM.

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