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#1 posted 06-30-2015 10:35 AM

For table tops or panels, you don’t need any alignment aids unless your stock isn’t straight. I used to use a BJ all the time but now its quietly collecting dust somewhere in the shop.

As far as doors, I agree with bondo – nothing beats a M/T joint. As Art said, a Domino is capable of doing joinery. On a large heavy door you can pin the tenons. I would love to have one, but spending that much on a one-use machine is an obstacle.

For long boards, you can use roller stands or some other support, right?

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