August 9, 2022

Woody Woodworking

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What happens when you remove the impeller from the planer?

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The DW735 thickness planer comes with an impeller for removing chips, but I always run my planer connected to a dust collection system. I started to wonder if the impeller was even necessary at that point, or if it was just robbing energy from the cutterhead, so I removed the impeller for a test. I’ve been using it without the impeller for several months to make sure it wasn’t going to cause any issues with dust buildup or overheating. So far, so good, so here’s a video showing how and why it was done.

Original power-draw comparison:

I also post pictures on Instagram:

In this video I’m using a DeWALT DW735 planer with a Byrd Shelix cutterhead installed.

DW735X Thickness Planer:
DW7351 Extension Tables:
Klein CL800 clamp meter:
Klein 69409 Line Splitter:
Klein CL120 Kit:
Rockler 4” x 2′ stretch hose:
Rockler 4” x 4′ stretch hose:
Rockler threaded disconnect fitting:

This video is not sponsored. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

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