This article is from the Woodworking FAQ Collection 2, by multiple authors.
From: email@example.com (Douglas S. Rand)
Date: 16 Dec 91 19:41:10 GMT
After all were nice enough to send me their comments and compendiums
of postings, I thought about the comments and felt that the
Porter-Cable joiner would probably be the best choice.
I've now done a project with it and I have my few comments to add to
the others. The joiner is well made and seems to work well. With
a minimal amount of care I found that there was no slop in the
slots it cut.
It was easy to make the fine adjustment to the slot depth, after that the
preset stops seem to work well. About the only negative is that the
fence is held with two allen screws. This requires the use of a
allen wrench (included, along with a plastic strap to hold it on
the power cord). Knobs would be more convenient.