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The Domino Effect - Fast, Easy and Strong La Plata MD

Festool has introduced a truly new joinery machine called the Domino. It looks and handles like a biscuit joiner, but the Domino uses an oscillating cutter to make oval-shaped mortises. A Domino tenon fits precisely into these mortises to join parts together.

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(301) 753-6120
7470 Mason Springs Rd
La Plata, MD

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(703)619-5124
7710 Richmond Hwy
Alexandria, VA
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Mon-Sat: 6:00am-10:00pm
Sun: 8:00am-8:00pm

Lowe's
(301) 539-7960
300 Rosewick Road
La Plata, MD
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M-SA 6 am - 10 pm
SU 8 am - 8 pm

La Plata Mill & Supply Co Inc
(301) 934-8161
213 Kent Ave
La Plata, MD
 
Fastenal- Waldorf
301-632-6386
3472 Rockerfeller Ct Waldorf, MD, 20602
Waldorf, MD
 
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(301)638-7222
12050 Jefferson Farm Pl
Waldorf, MD
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(301)839-9600
6003 Oxon Hill Road
Oxon Hill, MD
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Lowe's of La Plata, MD
301-539-7960
300 Rosewick Road La Plata, MD, 20646
La Plata, MD
 
Belair Road Supply
(301) 934-1800
10370 Theodore Green Blvd
White Plains, MD
 
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The Domino Effect - Fast, Easy and Strong

The Domino Effect - Fast, Easy and Strong

Festool has introduced a truly new joinery machine called the Domino. It looks and handles like a biscuit joiner, but the Domino uses an oscillating cutter to make oval-shaped mortises. A Domino  tenon fits precisely into these mortises to join parts together. Optional attachments – for centering the Domino on narrow face-frame stock, and for making equally spaced mortises along the edge of a long board – make these tasks easy and accurate. It even cuts angled joints. For those of you familiar with Festool’s quality engineering – you won’t be disappointed. Using the Domino is like driving a fine German car. 

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