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We have taken our magnetic technology and developed a knife setting jig for all portable planers with standard 1-7/8 to 2-1/8-inch cutterheads. The Mini Planer Pal allows you to set knives to within .001-inch every time and provide third-hand convenience to minimize the handling of razor sharp blades. Sold in pairs only.
Setting planer knives quickly and accurately allows for more time planing and less time setting knives. It also allows you to shift nicked knives to get a perfect cut with precision and accuracy.
The Mini Planer Pal has very strong rare earth (Neodymium) magnets that allow the Planer Pal to pull the planer knife up towards the jig and hold it securely in place, thereby keeping ones hands away from freshly sharpened blades and to free to tighten the gib.
Precision-engineered and manufactured under strict control from top-quality materials, our Mini Planer Pal planer jigs level the knives of a planer and set them to the correct height above the cutterhead body. A must-have for any shop.
Absolute MUST have !!! My blades are now adjusted to ~.002-.003"; far superior to using any type of calipers or by eye. Read morePublished 1 month ago by mikee
The plastic pegs were set in the wrong place. I had to cut them off then place the blade setter in place using a caliper.Published 2 months ago by Dustin Large
misplaced original gauge for my delta planer bough these to replace it , glad I lost it these work so much better. Read morePublished 2 months ago by jeffrey rowan
Works as expected for your average lunch box planer. Was pleased with item.Published 2 months ago by Robert
Great product. Helps to accurately and consistently set knife height for smooth cuts.Published 3 months ago by Tim Thompson
I recently dusted off my 12 inch Delta planer as I am setting up my work shop again. I toyed with the idea of buying a new planer since I lost the gauge tool to set the blades. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alex G.