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77 Re: Biscuit Joiners

From: leo@tandem.com (Leo Hejza)
Date: 14 Jun 90 16:32:24 GMT

In article <137078@sun.Eng.Sun.COM>, ecp@searanch.Eng.Sun.COM (Ed
Pattermann) writes:
> Can someone recommend a brand and source of a biscuit joiner, like the
> kind seen on the New yankee Workshop

The Biscuit joiner Norm uses is an Elu. Its a brand of tools imported
by Black and Decker. Be forewarned this thing is expensive, about
$340. So why choose it over other, cheaper brands? It is not only a
biscuit jointer but a spliner. In addition to cutting semicircular
slots for biscuits it can cut continuous slots for spline material
made of the same stuff as the biscuits. Very handy for certain kinds of
joints.




 

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