Domino Xp500 Review
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In the 21st Century it is rare that a tool can revolutionize a wood joinery technique, yet the Festool Domino does just that.It borrows the portability and engineered fasteners from the biscuit jointer, and the robust joints created by a slot mortiser to result in a super-efficient joint making machine.
The first time I used it I was amazed at the capabilities.Four years later, I am thrilled to have the Domino in my quiver of tools.The Domino DF 500 Q-Plus comes standard with a 4 mm cutter, Trim Stop, Cross Stop, Support Bracket and a storage 'Systainer' for $850.
00.Also pictured is a Domino Systainer assortment of 1225 Dominos in six sizes and the five cutters needed for those loose tenons.The Domino Assortment is $285.00.Central to the tool's success is the engineered loose tenons, also called Dominos.
These loose tenons come in 6 sizes.The largest is 10 mm thick (over 3/8-inch) and 50 mm long (about 2 inches).This is more than enough for chair joinery, and when stacked, plenty for joining aprons to table legs.
The smallest Domino is 4 mm thick (5/32″ thick) and 20 mm long (less than 3/4-inch).Of course, there...