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The Domino Effect - Fast, Easy and Strong Williston ND

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.

Farmers Union Lumber
(701) 572-8356
320 26th Street E
Williston, ND
 
Williston True Value
(701) 572-7300
10 E 26th Street
Williston, ND
 
Arrowhead Ace Hardware
(701) 839-6166
1600 2nd Ave SW
Minot, ND
 
Riverside Bldg Ctr Do it Best
(701) 683-4472
1015 S Main
Lisbon, ND
 
Simonson Lumber & Hdw True Value
(701) 775-4292
820 3rd St N
Grand Forks, ND
 
Williston - Auth Hometown
(701) 572-6000
2308 11Th Ave West
Williston, ND
Store Hours
Hometown Dealers
Store Type
Hometown Dealers
Hours
Mon:9.5-19
Tue:9.5-19
Wed:9.5-19
Thu:9.5-19
Fri:9.5-19
Sat:9-18
Sun:12-17
Store Features
Mon:9.5-19
Tue:9.5-19
Wed:9.5-19
Thu:9.5-19
Fri:9.5-19
Sat:9-18
Sun:12-17

The Home Depot
(701)282-2078
4700 17th Avenue SW
Fargo, ND
Hours
Mon-Sat: 6:00am-9:00pm
Sun: 12:00pm-8:00pm

Links True Value
(701) 288-3421
112 W Main
Ashley, ND
 
Fastenal- Minot
701-839-7566
700 20th Ave SW Minot, ND, 58701
Minot, ND
 
Olsen Hardware Inc.
(701) 636-4151
1 S Main
Hillsboro, ND
 

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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