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I think that could also be improved by adding a temporary sacrificial piece to the ends. Couple 2x blocks or the like.
What is the stand that the planer is sitting on, looks cool and wouldnt mind one
Not to hijack but the Dewalt stand for the DW735 is very sturdy and not badly priced and there are extension infeed/outfeed tables...
That went better than I thought it might, what kind of plywood is that?
Now that this is all over....some what....just curious, last torsion box I made all the pieces were ripped the same width and when assembles all I did was sand a little glue off here and there, and everything was flush for attaching the top. Did I miss something? Was this to thick and you had to take it down a bit?
Not to hijack but the Dewalt stand for the DW735 is very sturdy and not badly priced and there are extension infeed/outfeed tables...if you really want to upgrade its capability a Byrd head is the ticket, also reduces the noise signature nicely! Back to topic.You could also run somewhat longer boards lengthwise on either side to protect the ends from being loaded on the leading edge by the feed rollers and to prevent any snipe on the torsion box.