Festool DOMINO XL DF 700 EQ-Plus Jointing Machine Set
Festool DOMINO XL DF 700 EQ-Plus Jointing Machine Set
£914.96 (£762.47 Ex. VAT)

Festool DOMINO XL DF 700 EQ-Plus Jointing Machine Set

Code: 501632

  • Jointing furniture, door construction and for many other projects
  • Cuts elongated holes for specially shaped DOMINO dowels
  • Various width and length DOMINO dowels available
  • Precise holes due to the patented parallel turning and pendulum motion
  • Cut single, series, central or offset DOMINO holes
  • Adjustable fences with angle setting, perfect alignment
  • Supplied with D12 cutter
  • Support bracket to increase stability during use on smaller projects
  • Systainer T-LOC case SYS 5
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Frequently Bought Together

  • Festool DOMINO XL DF 700 EQ-Plus Jointing Machine Set
  • Festool DOMINO Assortment & Cutters D8 & D10 (XL DF 700)
  • Festool MFT/3 Multifunctional Table with Accessories
  • Titebond III Waterproof Wood Glue - 473ml(16floz)
Total: £1,685.52
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The XL jointer is perfect for making strong joints in furniture, door construction and many other solid wood projects. Creating elongated holes for holding the specially shaped DOMINO dowels, the cutter makes precise holes with no scorch marks due to the patented parallel turning and pendulum motion. Many different width and length DOMINO dowels can be used, the XL is the bigger brother to the DF 500 cutting larger DOMINO holes. Fully adjustable fences allow you to cut single or a series and central or offset holes with perfect alignment. The first DOMINO cut is exact, subsequent holes with a small amount of play allow for the joint to be aligned effortlessly. The result is a stable joint, secure from the first dowel. The DOMINO has a special shape combined with expanding glue pockets and lateral/longitudinal grooves to give the dowel a secure grip. Available in solid beech or Sipo dowels for exterior use are mould and insect resistant.

Various accessories increase the versatility: support bracket which is a simple right angle bracket that attaches to the base of the Domino with two thumb screws, can be used to add surface area to the face of the Domino to increase stability during use. Trim stop to help align narrow wooden strips between 22 and 70mm centrally, plus it can be used for mitre cuts. Cross stop, which is used for repeat hole spacing between 100 and 205mm without the need for marking the work. Handrail fence and DF-stop for reducing dowel centre from 37 to 20mm.

Supplied as a set version complete with: D12 cutter, support bracket and Systainer T-LOC case SYS 5.

Specification

Specification

Corded or Cordless Corded
Cutter Depth Stops 15-70 mm
Domino Cutter Sizes 8, 10, 12 and 14 mm
Domino Sizes 8 mm x 80 mm to 14 mm x 140 mm
Dust Extraction 27 mm Outlet
Height Adjustment 10 mm to 50 mm
Mitre Angle Range 0 - 90°
Model XL DF 700 EQ-Plus
Motor Power 720 W
Movable Stepped Stops 10, 15, 20, 30 & 40 mm
Nett Weight 10.25 kg
Rating Industrial
Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K] 94 dB(A) [3.0 dB]
Sound Pressure Level [Uncertainty K] 83 dB(A) [3.0 dB]
Speed 21,000 rpm
Vibration Cutting Wood [Uncertainty K] 2.5 m/s² [1.5 m/s²]
Voltage 230 V
Reviews (12)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.9 out of 5 based on 12 reviews

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philip barrett

28 February 2018

awesome kit

my daughter bought one of these for the purpose of me helping to make her son an axe for his school homework (it was a giant executioner's axe, with the head made from 2 long lengths of 6x3).
after playing with her new toy it has become so very useful in all manner of different areas.
we built a custom kitchen for her, made 3 external and 10 internal doors to her own spec, made a window for her attic, joined wall plates when re-doing her shed roof, built her and her children custom beds and the latest project is a sofa that will double as a temporary bed in the playroom.
one of the best additions for this awesome kit is the adaptor that allows one to cut the same size holes as the smaller 500 version.
apparently festool have advised against using this adaptor; not surprising that they might as for around £80 quid and some import duty you can save giving festool a further near £1000. if one is savvy enough there is a guy in the uk making the same adaptor for half the price with free delivery. personally i cannot see any difference between either adaptor, they look exactly the same.
the argument against using them is that they cause greater stress on the machine, that to me appears to be a lot of nonsense, the weight difference between the cutters is grams. with the addition of the adaptor there is virtually no difference, at least not enough in my opinion to make the machine spin any faster or slower nor put stress in undue places. think about it, you use smaller bits with an extension to make them the same size as the standard larger bits.
you can also use longer versions of the smaller dominoes in your holes too.
this is an aside, make your own mind up, hundreds for a 500 model or 40 quid to use all cutters on one machine?
the reason i have put so much about the adaptor is that everyone else has covered how awesome this piece of kit is, the additional bit makes this even more versatile.
well worth every penny spent. i love borrowing it to do all sorts. it also makes one the envy of many professional chippies who would love one but...
just do it!
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Philip

18 October 2017

Good investment

Very useful tool, you will probably find many more jobs for it than you first thought. Quality is great, price is high because there is a lot to it. You can make your own dominos, I made a bucket full from hardwood scraps, they don't need to be rounded, square edges are fine for hidden work. A fun tool with loads of possibilities.
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Pat

3 February 2017

Exquisite engineering, superb capability.

When the Domino DF 500 came out several years ago I bought one much to the joy of my wife who questioned my sanity at spending £460 on a wobbly angle grinder. That wunderkid has helped make kitchens, doors, cupboards and paid back the initial price tenfold. When I said I was thinking of getting its big brother she frogmarched me to the Warrington branch, asked the ever excellent Paul Otter to get one out from the back, and gave me a list as long as my debit card bill of things to make. It is superb and if anything much smoother than the 500. It is much bigger, but easier to handle than the 500, and cuts beautifully and with precision. Already made a window frame and am delighted with the accuracy and size of the mortices. Highly recommended, and with both boxes of Domino's, I am ready to tackle my beloved's list. Fabulous tool.
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Chippy

10 January 2016

High price and limited applications

I'm s a joiner with 25 years experience. The domino has definitely changed the way site joinery is done and it has a place in the workshop. For people who have to make basic joints on site or are unskilled in cutting joints, or do not have access to workshop machines, this tool is indispensable. I've had years to hone my skills at cutting joints by hand and using woodworking machinery and using this tool for some jobs will mean they will fly together.
But this tool is definitely not the answer to everything as some are led to believe. 90% of my joinery requires a rabbit,groove or a moulding of some sort, depending on the size of the section this can seriously affect the depth limit of the domino. The smaller domino machine only has a maximum depth of 28mm so if you cut the dominos before rabbiting a 10mm rabbit the domino will only have a depth of 18mm. In my opinion that's not enough to replace a mortise and tenon joint on, say a kitchen door. Glazing bars or similar rails are also not possible.
I wouldn't be happy using the domino machine on external joinery. Draw board joints are not possible, haunches cannot be achieved with the domino which can lead to rails twisting. A wide tenon is far more stronger than multiple dominos and the gaps left between the dominos where end grain and long grain meet will be weak.
But all of this wouldn't be so much of an issue if the domino system was cheaper. For me dominos are too expensive to be used for simple alignment of boards e.g. table tops. For the price of 1000 dominos you could buy a good quality biscuit jointer and 1000 biscuits, the biscuit jointer would pay for itself over and over. I'm also worried about buying too many dominos for stock in case the swell up from moisture in the air as do biscuits,but because of the depth a biscuit has to go and they are inexpensive I always have plenty of biscuits at hand.
I know some people who have both domino machines for that price you could set up a mortise and tennoning system in a workshop.
This is a great machine and the speed that simple joinery goes together it will pay for itself in the long run,but because of its price and high running costs makes its limitations a serious consideration before purchasing.
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Paul

24 November 2015

There's no spots on my Dominos

Probably the best engineered bit of kit that I have EVER bought. Having been an engineer for over 50 years I've seen some very well built and well designed machines, but I think that this deserves the top award. I've owned it now for a couple of months, having bought the Domino 500 last year, another superb machine but not quite in the league of the ergonomically superb 700. When you pick the 700 up you think to yourself, gosh (or words to that effect) this is heavy, then you start to use it and find out that it weighs very little in use. It is quite a lot of money but currently I'm making garden furniture out of Oak and it's probably saving me 2 hours a seat in set up time. One item I would like to see in the kit is an adaptor so you can use 4,5&6mm doms with the 700, there is one available from an American website ( Festool do not recommend this adaptor) but it would be nice to have it in the kit. If you are in the market for a jointing machine of this type think very hard between the 500 & 700, go to Axminster showroom and try both, they are both superb machines, if I had to choose one it would probably be the 700 as ergonomically it is out of this world.
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