How to make a traditional style jointer plane part 1

In this series I show you how I made a traditional style wooden jointer plane using another, more stable lamination method.

This part is a general overview and description of parts needed.

See more here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZ7zP4pajYo

In this series I show you how I made a traditional style wooden jointer plane using another, more stable lamination method.

This part is a general overview and description of parts needed.

See more here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZ7zP4pajYo

jointer plane is power device utilized by woodworkers to square as well as real boards. Simply puts it will make a board straight and its sides will certainly go to perfect right angles to its bottom as well as leading faces.

The jointer is a high-speed, stationary power tool. By adjusting the height of the infeed surface the knives will shave timber away from a board fed with the jointer.

A flexible fence lies at appropriate angles to the table surface. This allows the modification of the size of the table to the width of a board being shaved by the blades. A 6-inch jointer can just aircraft board widths up to 6 inches. A 8-inch Jointer could airplane up to 8 inches, and so on

. Why the need for a jointer?
If you were to check out a piece of fine furnishings constructed out of private pieces of timber, you would probably see a board on the left side being the same dimension as the matching board on the appropriate side.
A board on the top being the same size as a board under, and so on. Lots of items of furnishings have to maintain a balance - in other words what's on one side has to look the exact same on the other side or the item does not look. After reducing pieces of stock to a little larger measurements than are needed, a jointer might be utilized to earn 2 or more boards square, true as well as the exact same size.

Wide, Flat Surfaces
jointer plane were utilized for the following purpose. Frequently woodworking projects require a flat surface that is broader than one board width. Say you are developing a table. Right here you might need a width of 42 inches (concerning 100 cm) or much more. This can be achieved by gluing and securing four or even more boards alongside.|Commonly woodworking tasks require a level surface that is larger compared to one board size. This could be accomplished by clamping and also gluing four or more boards side by side.

It would seem that right here the problem is addressed. And also with luck, often it is. Most of the time when you placed the edges of 4 or five boards together, you will find gaps in between them. Gluing and also securely clamping the boards may eliminate the spaces, if you are lucky. Or, if you have a lot of time, you could choose more boards and also lay them side by side till you ultimately find boards that do fit with each other firmly.

Simply Why is New Lumber Warped?
Kiln drying out and/or maturing of lumber could trigger the sides to become mal created. The board might be misaligned or twisted or both. When these boards are laid side by side they can have spaces, and also.

Gaps could not be a problem in building residences or in some woodworking jobs, yet in trying to generate 2 or more boards of equivalent sizes with square as well as perfectly straight sides, a great deal of brand-new lumber must be remodelled.

Elimination of Board Imperfections
Edge flaws could be removed with a hand aircraft, a carpenter's eye, and a great deal of perseverance or a jointer. In the past, carpenters made use of hand aircrafts and also prepared along the size of the board to remove the crooks. You start planing and also laying a level side next to the board and also you will slowly see the space vanish.

A wood jointer can get rid of these flaws really quickly normally in less than a min if not secs. The carpenters of old can only marvel at what a modern wood jointer could do in a couple of secs!


By adjusting the elevation of the infeed surface the blades will cut timber away from a board fed via the jointer.

A 6-inch jointer could just plane board sizes up to 6 inches. A board on the top being the same dimension as a board on the base, and so on. After reducing pieces of stock to somewhat bigger measurements compared to are needed, a jointer could be utilized to make two or more boards square, true as well as the very same dimension.

Or, if you have a great deal of time, you could select more boards as well as lay them side by side up until you ultimately locate boards that do fit with each other securely.jointer plane is power device utilized by woodworkers to square as well as real boards. Simply puts it will make a board straight and its sides will certainly go to perfect right angles to its bottom as well as leading faces.

The jointer is a high-speed, stationary power tool. By adjusting the height of the infeed surface the knives will shave timber away from a board fed with the jointer.

A flexible fence lies at appropriate angles to the table surface. This allows the modification of the size of the table to the width of a board being shaved by the blades. A 6-inch jointer can just aircraft board widths up to 6 inches. A 8-inch Jointer could airplane up to 8 inches, and so on

. Why the need for a jointer?
If you were to check out a piece of fine furnishings constructed out of private pieces of timber, you would probably see a board on the left side being the same dimension as the matching board on the appropriate side.
A board on the top being the same size as a board under, and so on. Lots of items of furnishings have to maintain a balance - in other words what's on one side has to look the exact same on the other side or the item does not look. After reducing pieces of stock to a little larger measurements than are needed, a jointer might be utilized to earn 2 or more boards square, true as well as the exact same size.

Wide, Flat Surfaces
jointer plane were utilized for the following purpose. Frequently woodworking projects require a flat surface that is broader than one board width. Say you are developing a table. Right here you might need a width of 42 inches (concerning 100 cm) or much more. This can be achieved by gluing and securing four or even more boards alongside.jointer plane is power device utilized by woodworkers to square as well as real boards. Simply puts it will make a board straight and its sides will certainly go to perfect right angles to its bottom as well as leading faces.

The jointer is a high-speed, stationary power tool. By adjusting the height of the infeed surface the knives will shave timber away from a board fed with the jointer.

A flexible fence lies at appropriate angles to the table surface. This allows the modification of the size of the table to the width of a board being shaved by the blades. A 6-inch jointer can just aircraft board widths up to 6 inches. A 8-inch Jointer could airplane up to 8 inches, and so on

. Why the need for a jointer?
If you were to check out a piece of fine furnishings constructed out of private pieces of timber, you would probably see a board on the left side being the same dimension as the matching board on the appropriate side.
A board on the top being the same size as a board under, and so on. Lots of items of furnishings have to maintain a balance - in other words what's on one side has to look the exact same on the other side or the item does not look. After reducing pieces of stock to a little larger measurements than are needed, a jointer might be utilized to earn 2 or more boards square, true as well as the exact same size.

Wide, Flat Surfaces
jointer plane were utilized for the following purpose. Frequently woodworking projects require a flat surface that is broader than one board width. Say you are developing a table. Right here you might need a width of 42 inches (concerning 100 cm) or much more. This can be achieved by gluing and securing four or even more boards alongside.|Commonly woodworking tasks require a level surface that is larger compared to one board size. This could be accomplished by clamping and also gluing four or more boards side by side.

Presumably that below the trouble is solved. And also with luck, occasionally it is. Most of the time when you put the edges of 4 or 5 boards together, you will locate gaps in between them. Gluing as well as snugly securing the boards may remove the areas, if you are fortunate. Or, if you have a lot of time, you can choose more boards and lay them side by side up until you ultimately find boards that do fit with each other securely.

Just Why is New Lumber Warped?
Kiln maturing and/or drying of lumber could trigger the sides to become mal formed. The board may be twisted or uneven or both. When these boards are laid alongside they could have spaces.

Voids could not be a problem in constructing houses or in some woodworking jobs, however in attempting to generate 2 or even more boards of equal widths with completely straight and also square edges, a lot of new lumber must be reworked.

Removal of Board Imperfections
Edge imperfections could be removed with a hand plane, a woodworker's eye, and a lot of patience or a jointer. In the past, carpenters used hand aircrafts as well as prepared along the size of the board to eliminate the criminals. You start planing and laying a flat edge next to the board as well as you will gradually see the space vanish.

A wood jointer could eliminate these blemishes really promptly generally in less compared to a min otherwise secs. Then when an item of lumber is laid beside one more piece they mesh efficiently as well as precisely. A tight 'joint' is created. For this reason the beginning of the word 'jointer' a device that can form a limited joint. The carpenters of old could only marvel at just what a modern timber jointer can do in a couple of seconds!


By adjusting the height of the infeed surface the knives will cut wood away from a board fed with the jointer.

A 6-inch jointer could only airplane board widths up to 6 inches. A board on the top being the exact same size as a board on the bottom, and so on. After reducing pieces of supply to slightly larger dimensions compared to are needed, a jointer may be used to make two or more boards square, true and the same size.

Or, if you have a lot of time, you can select much more boards as well as lay them side by side until you at some point locate boards that do fit with each other securely.
In this series I show you how I made a traditional style wooden jointer plane using another, more stable lamination method.This part is a general overview and description of parts needed.See more here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZ7zP4pajYoIn this series I show you how I made a traditional style wooden jointer plane using another, more stable lamination method.This part is a general overview and description of parts needed.See more here: https://www.youtube.com/wa...