Well it look cool. But is it enough of a time saver? Where can you
actually get prices?
Guess it would still depend on how much is enough but I don't see it as
that much time difference; perhaps a little more accurate than the
current generation that are too light.
I've one of the old heavy Delta and don't believe I'd trade it for
this...unfortunately, they're no longer in production and are pretty
hard to come by last time I looked for an acquaintance/neighbor just
getting started and having difficulty with the presently available crop.
Compared to them, if were still doing that much work I'd likely give
it a shot...
I think it would be a good alternative to the standard tenon jig, maybe
if you need to cut a lot of tenons on different thickness material and
different thickness tenons. And with a Domino this might not see much
action from me.
I can't remember the last time I used my home built tenon jig, which
worked very well, or my bench top mortiser.
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