According to the manufacturer it's a "super surfacer".
Supposedly they're fairly common in Japan with jobsite models being
available for reasonable prices. It's not a veneer machine--the outfit
that made the one in the video also lists veneer machines on their web
Basically a very very expensive wide Japanese plane with power feed? I can
see where it would be useful for the right sort of furniture or cabinet
shop. I don't even want to think about trying to sharpen and then re-align
the blade though -- I have enough trouble with my jointer/planer.
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