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#1 posted 04-08-2015 12:41 PM

I had one and I’m not a production shop, just for hobby. I sold it. I never seemed to be able to get it referenced correctly which became a source of frustration. It was a early model and I later heard some folks had the same issue. I ended up with a Jessem 8350 which I love and wouldn’t trade straight across for the Domino. At the price compared to what I can accomplish with the Jessem it’s a no brainer. Save your money and get the items you most need because there really isn’t all that much difference in strength of joints. I guess if you were a commercial shop and produced fine furniture it might be a consideration.

-- Bill eastern Washington Home of beloved ZAGS


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