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Reeds n Stuff Pre-Gouger (Crank)

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A sophisticated 2-edge technique prepared the wood for internal planing.
The flat knife cuts to the desired width. The patented circular knife planes the wood to almost its final thickness.
Even crooked woods can then be planed without any problems.
With finished planing, only three to four strokes with the internal planer are necessary.The anodized aluminum surface guarantees a long service life for the bed.
The entire circumference of the cutting edge can be used by turning the circular knife.  

2 Cutting Blade For Precise Pregouging

  • Circular/rotating blade for extended performance

  • Crank Pusher Mechanism

  • Clamp To Table Slot In Base

This machine works great with medium to hard cane.  It can be used wet or dry.  I prefer wet for the hardest of my cane inventory.  I like to have a pre-gouge thickness of .75-.90.  I personally start with a push through gouger to prepare it for the thinner crank gouge thickness when I use hard or dense cane.


A sophisticated 2-edge technique prepared the wood for internal planing.
The flat knife cuts to the desired width. The patented circular knife planes the wood to almost its final thickness.
Even crooked woods can then be planed without any problems.
With finished planing, only three to four strokes with the internal planer are necessary.The anodized aluminum surface guarantees a long service life for the bed.
The entire circumference of the cutting edge can be used by turning the circular knife.  

2 Cutting Blade For Precise Pregouging

  • Circular/rotating blade for extended performance

  • Crank Pusher Mechanism

  • Clamp To Table Slot In Base

This machine works great with medium to hard cane.  It can be used wet or dry.  I prefer wet for the hardest of my cane inventory.  I like to have a pre-gouge thickness of .75-.90.  I personally start with a push through gouger to prepare it for the thinner crank gouge thickness when I use hard or dense cane.