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DW682 Biscuit Joiner

DeWalt - DW682 Biscuit Joiner

This small and lightweight biscuit joiner from DeWalt has a comfortable handle and trigger

$150.00 (As of 9/1/2005)

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2/24/2012

I've had the same issues as the other reviewer. The whole point of this tool is to make sure the surfaces line up and out of the 10 times I've used it so far it has only worked properly 3 times. The other 7 times I had to sand to the point of almost going through the plywood veneer. This is a horrible tool, buy the PC or Lamello version, you won't regret it.
5/23/2009

I purchased this to replace an older model from Porter Cable. I was disappointed with this machine. I found the biscuit slots were not at all accurate. Using a dial test indicator, I found the cuts were off by as much as .017 from one side to the other. When joining boards this would compound the problem, giving a .034 in., difference to overcome. I do like Dewalt tools but, this one needs to go back for a rethink.