On 11/30/2014 7:59 AM, email@example.com wrote:
I honestly believe that owning the Domino has made me a better
woodworker. Well maybe more productive. I simply did not tackle the
complicated jobs and or pieces that I have in the past 5~6 years. I
have owned a Plate Joiner/Biscuit Cutter since about 1990 and probably
cut 3~4 thousand slots in 15~20 years and thought that was a lot.
I know I have cut 10,000+ more accurate mortises with the Domino with
out hesitation or worry of precise placement. In my case the Domino has
paid for itself time and again.
For many the Domino is a luxury, for me I will always own one as long as
I am doing woodworking.
On 11/30/2014 10:28 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
To follow up a bit.... I blame Robatoy! Long ago he posted a link
showing the European Domino. I was not very familiar with Festool at
all back in the mid 90's. I bought the Domino as soon as it was
available here in the states and on his recommendation I bought the
Rotex sander that he had been using for years. Then the finish sander
when I saw how "dust free" sanding could be with the Festool vac. Then
Swingman bought the track saw and both the above mentioned sanders and
vac in one fell swoop and I bought the saw shortly after that. Then the
drill, the FMT work table.......WHAT'S NEXT! ;~)
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