“I’M BUSY & PRODUCTIVE IN RETIREMENT — THANKS, WOODMASTER!”

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Abe and his wife designed and made this handsome box for their youngest granddaughter.

Abe and his wife designed and made this handsome box for their youngest granddaughter.

Abe Taylor grew up in a family where Dad made the home’s furniture. Abe lent a hand and decided he liked woodworking, too. He’s been at it ever since, especially now that he’s retired and owns a Woodmaster Molder/Planer. Sure beats sitting around watching TV!

Abe laid out a few cutoffs from molding he's made with his Woodmaster. He's been a busy boy!

Here are a few cutoffs from molding Abe’s made with his Woodmaster. He’s not just keeping busy — he’s productive!


I can’t stand just sitting around watching TV!”

“I retired in 1995 and I can’t stand just sitting around watching TV! I need something to keep me busy. I started doing woodworking when I was just a kid. My dad made furniture for our home. I helped him and realized I liked working with wood a lot.

In retirement, I’ve been doing quite a bit of woodworking. Using my Woodmaster Molder/Planer, I make  a lot of picture frames, blanket boxes, jewelry boxes, chess sets, and more. We built our own house in 2000 and I made a lot of molding for it.

Abe redid his dining room with log cabin siding he made on his Woodmaster. His wife calls the room, "Abe Lincoln's log cabin." And, yes, Abe's middle name is Lincoln!

Abe redid his dining room with log cabin siding he made on his Woodmaster. His wife calls the room, “Abe Lincoln’s log cabin.” And, yes, Abe’s middle name is Lincoln!

“Woodworking’s very rewarding”

I find woodworking very rewarding. I like seeing the look on people’s faces when I give them something I’ve made. My brother took a great photo and I framed it with picture frame molding I’d made on my Woodmaster. He had goosebumps when I gave it to him.

I’d always wanted a Woodmaster and they had a special sale going on. I got the 25″ 725 Woodmaster Molder/Planer and the Pro Pack — the whole setup. I got a discount and a special offer: when I bought the offer was 90 days same as cash.

Here's the framed photo that gave Abe's brother goosebumps. Abe surprised him with this gift -- Abe made the frame molding and framed the photo.

Here’s the framed photo that gave Abe’s brother goosebumps. Abe surprised him with this gift — Abe made the picture frame molding and framed his brother’s photo.

25” is a big advantage

Having a 25” wide molder/planer is a big advantage. I’ve got a 14” planer and it doesn’t come anywhere near doing what the Woodmaster does. The 14” one is imported and it kicks back. It’s almost dangerous to use sometimes. My Woodmaster never kicks back.


I’ve got a kitchen countertop to do the edge on – about 100’ of edging. I’m looking to make some tongue and groove flooring, I may make some for my office.

My plans for the future? I’m taking it day by day. I do plan to make an old time, farm style plank dining room table to replace our dining room table. I’ll start with rough cut wood — look out, Woodmaster, here I come!

“If you use a little common sense…”

I have no negatives about the machine. If somebody’s thinking about getting a Woodmaster, I’d say go for it. Don’t have second thoughts. It’s made in America, it does the job it’s supposed to, just like Woodmaster says it will. It’s easy to set up and easy to operate. If you use a little common sense, it’s no problem at all. I can switch from planer to sander to molder easily.”

— Abe Taylor, Woodmaster Molder/Planer Owner, Tennessee

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2 thoughts on ““I’M BUSY & PRODUCTIVE IN RETIREMENT — THANKS, WOODMASTER!”

  1. I Will like to know where I can buy a part for planer I need to replace my front roller Rubber on my planer model 25 inch

  2. Hi Mr. Bell – Thanks for asking how to get replacement parts for your Woodmaster Molder/Planer. I have asked our Sales Manager, Joe Brennan, to call or email you and get you the exact roller you need, and anything else you need to keep your Woodmaster running at top performance. And, please remember, any time you need replacement parts or have questions about your Woodmaster’s operation, maintenance, etc, please call us Toll Free at 1-800-942-4406, or email us at info@woodmastertools.com. We’re here to help! Thanks for choosing Woodmaster, Editor@WoodmasterTools.com

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