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Mailee31/05/2013 18:43:39
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Well I have bitten the bullet and joined the jet set and started on the slippery green and white slope.
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just bought this from a very nice forum member, (not this forum..sorry. ) for a very, very good price. looks like everything will now have slots in it. cheeky

Edited By Mailee on 31/05/2013 18:44:22

Big Al01/06/2013 07:36:11
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I have used a domino machine quite a few times and found that they are very good, much better and stronger than a biscuit joint. One bit of advice is that alway's used an extractor when using the domino machine.

Al

Mailee01/06/2013 17:34:44
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Thank's Big Al, I have been told about using extraction with it. No problem as i use it on the biscuit jointer and it is the same size hose.

Derek Lane01/06/2013 18:27:04
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Nice tool mailee you need good tools when you are making things for a living. But it is still nice to be able to use hand tools which the hobby woodworker has more time to do, Time is money as they say let us know how you get on with it

Wolfie02/06/2013 14:44:26
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Congratulations Mailee, I have no boubt that you will get your money's worth from this machine. With the amount of work you do it will pay for itself in no time. Health to use.

cheers. Ian

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