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BOSCH 3-1/4 INCH PLANER 120V

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Part# 12-02823
MFR Model# PL1682

Overview

MODEL PL1682

Powerful 6.0 amp motor, 16,500 RPM for fast stock removal and a smooth finish. Electronically-counterbalanced, single-blade system automatically positions blade at ideal cutting angle. Reduces drag and provides fast operation and a smooth finish. Eliminates uneven planing caused by misaligned blades. Equipped with Bosch Woodrazor™ micrograin carbide blades, which resist fractures from nail and staple strikes. Lasts up to 2 times longer on 3365 than standard carbide blades on other planers. Ratcheting depth knob that allows for fool-proof setting of depth increments from 0" to 1/16" (1.5 mm) within one revolution - so there's no need to re-zero the depth. Makes deep cuts in one pass.

Also features an edge guide fence that ensures consistent planing through entire workpiece. A protective shield covers the section of blade not in use. Spring-loaded park rest stand that protects the blade and the workpiece; special shape allows easy start-up in the middle of the work piece. The ambidextrous lock-off release button helps avoid accidental starts. Double insulated, UL listed, and complies with OSHA.

Specifications

  • MODEL PL1682
  • Amperage: 6.0
  • Cord Length: 10'
  • Country of Origin: Malaysia
  • No Load RPM: 16,500
  • Planing Depth: 0 - 1/16" (1.5 mm)
  • Planing Width: 0" to 3-1/4"
  • Rabbet Depth: 5/16"
  • Rating: 120V AC
  • Shoe Length: 11 - 1/8"

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