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{{Template:EquipmentPage |owner=ENTS |model=Delta TP300 |serial=SERIAL NUMBER |arrived=DATE |doesitwork=Works |contact=Kulps  |where=Woodworking Bay (Garage) |certification=No |hackable=No |value=DOLLARS |itemphoto=[[File:DeltaTP300.png]]}}<br>
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== Specifications ==
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Cutting width: 12"<br>
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Material thickness: 6"<br>
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Depth of cut: 3/32"<br>
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Motor: 120v, 15a<br>
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== Equipment Settings ==
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Do not take deeper cuts than the machine is capable of. When in doubt, take a greater number of lighter cuts.<br>
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Remember to turn on the central-vac while using this machine. It makes a LOT of mess if you don't.
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== Known Problems ==
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Blades leave minor raised portions on the wood, due to damage/notches in the blade. Slightly offsetting the blades may solve this problem.
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== Future Ideas ==
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Offset blades slightly to eliminate defects. If this does not solve the issue, flipping the blades to their second cutting edge or replacement may be necessary.

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[edit] Label

12" Thickness Planer http://ents.ca/index.php/12%22_Thickness_Planer

[edit] General

  • Owner/Loaner: ENTS
  • Make/Model: Delta TP300
  • Usability: Works
  • Contact: Kulps
  • Where: Woodworking Bay (Garage)
  • Certification Needed: No
  • Hackable: No
  • Estimated Value: DOLLARS

[edit] How to Use

{{{Instructions}}}

[edit] Specifications

Cutting width: 12"
Material thickness: 6"
Depth of cut: 3/32"
Motor: 120v, 15a

[edit] Equipment Settings

Do not take deeper cuts than the machine is capable of. When in doubt, take a greater number of lighter cuts.
Remember to turn on the central-vac while using this machine. It makes a LOT of mess if you don't.

[edit] Known Problems

Blades leave minor raised portions on the wood, due to damage/notches in the blade. Slightly offsetting the blades may solve this problem.

[edit] Future Ideas

Offset blades slightly to eliminate defects. If this does not solve the issue, flipping the blades to their second cutting edge or replacement may be necessary.

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