Publication Downloads

You have full access to our BUSS PLANER Technical Library. Feel free to bookmark this page for future reference.

We have made every attempt to provide as much original documentation as is available in each technical publication. All original content has been scanned to create these PDFs, therefore file sizes are large.

Please note that the Type 4L Parts Listing includes several parts for No.44 and No. 66 single surface planers as well as the No. 88 double surface planer.

Please make your selection:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Downloads – Kenrie

Publication Downloads

You have full access to our BUSS PLANER Technical Library. Feel free to bookmark this page for future reference.

We have made every attempt to provide as much original documentation as is available in each technical publication. All original content has been scanned to create these PDFs, therefore file sizes are large.

Please note that the Type 4L Parts Listing includes several parts for No.44 and No. 66 single surface planers as well as the No. 88 double surface planer.

Please make your selection:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Downloads – Kenrie

Publication Downloads

You have full access to our BUSS PLANER Technical Library. Feel free to bookmark this page for future reference.

We have made every attempt to provide as much original documentation as is available in each technical publication. All original content has been scanned to create these PDFs, therefore file sizes are large.

Please note that the Type 4L Parts Listing includes several parts for No.44 and No. 66 single surface planers as well as the No. 88 double surface planer.

Please make your selection:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
 
Buss Woodworking Equipment

Charles Buss, the founder of the Buss Machine Shops, was an early inventor and machinist who opened a machine shop in Marlboro, NH in 1848. Here he made improvements on planers, making the industry's first panel planers for fine woodworking.

In 1878, his company, known as Buss & Sons, moved to Grand Rapids and later to Holland, Michigan where they made vast improvements to wood working machinery adapting them to the manufacture of furniture, organs, pianos and fine cabinets. Buss Planers were reportedly the first North American woodworking machines to use ball bearings.

The super-heavyweight planers manufactured by Buss Machine Works under various brand names are still a common sight in the woodworking industry and highly sought after on the used machine market place.
Downloads – Kenrie

Publication Downloads

You have full access to our BUSS PLANER Technical Library. Feel free to bookmark this page for future reference.

We have made every attempt to provide as much original documentation as is available in each technical publication. All original content has been scanned to create these PDFs, therefore file sizes are large.

Please note that the Type 4L Parts Listing includes several parts for No.44 and No. 66 single surface planers as well as the No. 88 double surface planer.

Please make your selection: