Popular Woodworking 2002-10 № 130, страница 66
FACE JOINTING: HOW TO DO IT
Rock the board on the jointer table across its width to find the flattest area, then maintain this plane as you begin the cut. Stand near the back of the board and do not use any downward pressure on the board. Use your left hand to keep the board against the fence and your right hand to move the board forward and in the correct plane. Let the force of the cutterhead in the wood keep the board down on the outfeed table. Keep your body positioned as shown until the board is supported on the jointer tables.
With the board supported, move toward the cutterhead by taking shuffling steps with your feet. Again, the left hand keeps the board against the fence and applies only enough downward force to control the stock. Use a shuffling motion to move your hands and always keep one hand on the board.When your left hand is about 18" from the cutterhead, pause and while keeping firm control of the stock, reach for the push block with your right, then position it on the end of the board. Now continue moving the board forward.
To complete the cut, continue forward progress until the end of the board and push block have cleared the cutterhead and the safety guard has closed to the fence. Remember to keep firm downward pressure during the final phase of the cut if you have a long board extending off the end of the outfeed table.
Popular Woodworking October 2002