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Luthierman

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#1 posted 06-30-2015 02:28 AM

Festool is expensive, biscuit joiners are not by comparison. Having used both, I like the festool only because of what you can do with it, like a through mortise and tenon. (but still that is not enough for me to make the purchase) I can also do that by hand though and save loads of money, while not being constrained to round tenons. Remember, biscuits are really only for alignment and add little to no strength to your joint, so think of that when thinking about what you would be using this for.

-- Jesse, West Lafayette, Indiana


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