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Offline Sometimewoodworker

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Re: Now Taking Orders, Self Centering Guide for Domino
« Reply #30 on: August 12, 2019, 12:54 AM »
Single or not, his user experience sounded legit. So far no other users have commented about his specific protrusion remark, which I was hoping other owners could some shed some light on.

The protrusion is virtually identical to that of the pins/paddles. As such, including the fact that they can be retracted, the SGC-10 is very much more versatile than the trim stop.

If you need to make a lot of domino slots in the end grain of many identical widths of face frames, for example, then the trim stop can be the better choice. If however you need to mortise both stiles and rails the SGC-10 is an infinitely better choice.

The trim stop is not self centring so it's easy to get the offset wrong.

However as it's not in production you would have to get a used one, so what is the real purpose to your enquiry?
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Offline ChuckM

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Re: Now Taking Orders, Self Centering Guide for Domino
« Reply #31 on: August 12, 2019, 01:34 AM »


However as it's not in production you would have to get a used one, so what is the real purpose to your enquiry?

as a seasoned user of the domino joiner, I study all DJ applications, jigs, products and comments found in this forum or elsewhere. Such curiosity and study have helped me master the domino joiner in my work. Whether the products or jigs are for sale, or are commercial (discontinued or not) are irrelevant to me. We can also learn from a single user experience as number per se may have little significance.
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