This package includes the DOMINO DF500Q-Plus and the 1060 Assortment.
The 'DOMINO' is a unique jointing system using rounded loose tenons to join timber giving very strong accurate and precise joints. Combining exceptional versatility with simple handling for maximum precision, the DOMINO has a patented routing principle with a wide range of adjustment options to make it extremely easy to use. The machine's fence can be adjusted to cut slots centrally in 5 pre-set timber thicknesses and manually adjusted for other thicknesses. The dowels can be placed centrally, offset, in pairs or groups. There are retractable stops for accurate positioning from the edge of the workpiece. The jointer fence can be adjusted to 5 pre-set angles and is also infinitely variable between 0 and 90°. There are 6 different sizes of DOMINO available.
Supplied as a DOMINO Q-Plus version with the D5 cutter (for the 5 x 30mm), support bracket and Festool SYSTAINER® T-LOC case SYS 2.
DOMINO Assortment 1060 in T-LOC Case
An assortment of DOMINO beech wood dowels plus 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10mm cutters for the DF 500 DOMINO machine. Includes 1,060 DOMINO dowels in the following sizes altogether in a Festool SYSTAINER® T-LOC case: 4mm x 20mm, 5mm x 30mm, 6mm x 40mm, 8mm x 40mm, 8mm x 50mm and 10mm x 50mm.
|Model||DF 500 Q-Plus & Assortment 1060|
14 February 2017
Beyond ExpectationI work as a designer-maker and was recently commissioned to make 15 custom oak tables for a large northern art gallery. The design of these tables was using 30mm square oak throughout and had over 600 joints in total. I had sleepless nights before I ordered the Domino because of the cost but honestly I do not think I could of made these tables on time without it (two days of machining and glueing). Ease of use, quality of joints and speed has made these tool worth every penny. The first job has virtually paid for the machine and like another reviewer, I have started using it for jobs I never considered.
31 May 2016
Wonderful Tool - quality engineeringBought to fit a kitchen for my brother. Needed to manufacture some weird shaped cabinets. Not done kitchen yet, but have used to make several gates and cupboards for a garden play house. Allows me, a poor mortise and tenon joiner, to make wonderful neat stable joints. Pricey, but I haven't regretted buying one bit. Even considering Festool for other tools replacements. Just trying to justify the significant extra cost as I'm only a handyman not a joiner.