Rockwell planer
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My craigslist ad...

https://milwaukee.craigslist.org/tls/d/d...78120.html
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  Re: Rockwell planer by pinky (My craigslist ad... ...)
(12-17-2017, 06:00 PM)pinky Wrote: My craigslist ad...

https://milwaukee.craigslist.org/tls/d/d...78120.html

Might want to mention the model or, at least, width of planing for the folks here.

It certainly looks like nice old arn at a good price.
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  Re: RE: Rockwell planer by iclark ([quote='pinky' pid='...)
(12-17-2017, 06:46 PM)iclark Wrote: Might want to mention the model or, at least, width of planing for the folks here.

It certainly looks like nice old arn at a good price
The table is 13" wide. I will post model number tomorrow.
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  Re: RE: Rockwell planer by pinky ([quote='iclark' pid=...)
(12-17-2017, 07:07 PM)pinky Wrote: The table is 13" wide. I will post model number tomorrow.

Looks like an RC33
I cut it three times & it's still too short!
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  Re: Rockwell planer by pinky (My craigslist ad... ...)
model 22-650
2hp
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  Re: Rockwell planer by pinky (My craigslist ad... ...)
Are the folding tables standard with that planer or were they your own design?
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  Re: RE: Rockwell planer by stav (Are the folding tabl...)
(12-18-2017, 01:18 PM)stav Wrote: Are the folding tables standard with that planer or were they your own design?

I don't think they were standard nor are they my design.
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  Re: Rockwell planer by pinky (My craigslist ad... ...)
Before I got my modern Grizzly, I used to really want this planer.  I was just never able to find one locally in a decent enough of shape.  The biggest advantage was the bed stayed static at a given height, so it would allow for the easy use of roller stands to handle even longer stock.

Also, I believe those folding laminate tables were original equipment in the later models:


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  Re: RE: Rockwell planer by pinky (model 22-650 2hp...)
(12-18-2017, 11:24 AM)pinky Wrote: model 22-650
2hp

A (Delta) 22-560 is a lunchbox planer. Maybe double-check the model #?

-Mark
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  Re: RE: Rockwell planer by MKepke ([quote='pinky' pid='...)
(12-20-2017, 11:43 PM)MKepke Wrote: A (Delta) 22-560 is a lunchbox planer.  Maybe double-check the model #?

-Mark

Big difference between 22-650 (stationary old arn being offered) and 22-560 (lunchbox that you found).
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