For furniture, door and casework joints that align perfectly, securely and last indefinitely, we have the Domino. The Domino is making the process of accurate, repeatable mortise and tenn joinery faster and easier. A range of tenon sizes, wood types and accessory options are part of the whole system. In fact, it's all sparking quite the revolution. If you're ready to remove the guesswork, forget tedious measuring and get a crisp, rotation-proof fit every time, we suggest you join in.
The DOMINO ® joining system combines exceptional versatility with simple handling and remarkable precision. You will be amazed to see how the Domino makes true mortise and tenon joinery easy and fast. With its ability to make accurate, durable, and repeatable joints, the Domino goes far beyond the capabilities of a biscuit joiner or any other joining method available.
The Domino joining system has been hailed not only as a great joining system, but as one of the greatest tool innovations to be introduced in years. Fast and easy loose tenon joinery is achievable without the need for complicated methods or awkward set-ups. With applications ranging from woodworking and cabinetmaking to trim carpentry, the Domino has completely revolutionized the way tradesmen join wood.
The Domino is available as a stand-alone tool or in a set, which includes the trim stop and cross stop for greater versatility. The Domino is sure to become one of the most useful tools in your shop. Hundreds of known applications…and more just waiting to be discovered!
Panel, frame, face, and even beveled joints are all possible with the Domino joining system. The unique cutting action and adjustable hole widths make loose tenon joinery faster, easier, and more accurate than ever before. The Domino tenon is designed to fit precisely into the mortise created by the tool. These tenons are rotation-proof, and have glue expansion slots designed into their surface to ensure a good, strong joint. Stronger than a dowel or biscuit, the Domino system tenons will soon become your preferred method for joinery.
Aligning boards is as simple as making the first cut, and then using the optional cross-stop with aligning flaps to index off of surfaces for perfectly spaced mortises. Mortises can easily be made in thin or round stock using the optional trim stop or handrail fence. Experience the Domino and join the revolution!