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Offline Dave Rudy

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New Review of Domino
« on: February 23, 2007, 04:37 PM »
Popular woodworking reviews the Domino this month (April 2007 issue, on sale now).  It is an enthusiastic endorsement by Christopher Schwarz, Editor (a proponent of hand tools).  He even defends the price, saying: "Some people will be put off by the price ($700), but the tool is well made and is actually less expensive than many mortise-and-tenon systems that use a router plus a jig (or a table saw plus a mortiser) for the joint."

Bottom line:  "After just a few weeks of use, I was completely sold on the tool.  Now there is no excuse not to use a mortise-and-tenon joint."

Score one more for the good guys . . .

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