|Manufacturer||Tooltechnic Systems LLC|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16.5 x 11.5 x 11.5 inches|
|Item model number||574447|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Color||Blue heavy-duty plastic|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||3-Year Warranty|
Festool 574447 XL DF 700 Domino Joiner Set
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- Unique, patented cutting action that rotates and oscillates to create perfect, clean, and repeatable mortises every time
- Mortise width adjustment with the turn of a dial allows for easier alignment when joining panels
- Indexing pins for quick alignment against the edge of the work piece for accurate placement
- Tenons up to approximately 5-1/2-Inch in length for large scale projects
- Includes optional trim and cross stops for narrow stock and edge joining.Power Consumption:420 watts
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From the manufacturer
Revolutionizing Joinery and Rethinking Woodworking
Build solid and durable mortise and tenon joints in a fraction of the time it takes with traditional methods or stationary equipment. The Domino XL lets you bring the tool to the work, greatly reducing setup time while simply and effectively producing full-sized mortise and tenon joints.
Stronger mortise and tenon joints in a fraction of the time.
Fence creates angled mortises from 0-90 degrees with positive stops at 22.5 degrees, 45 degrees, 67.5 degrees.
Quick, precise adjustment for five different mortising depths, relative to the size of the tenon required for the application.
Patented routing principle
The spiral cutter rotates and oscillates to create perfect mortises.
Mortise width adjustment
Adjusting the width of the mortise allows for easier alignment when joining panels.
Why the Domino XL?
Faster, More Repeatable Work
The Domino streamlines an otherwise tedious process -- allowing you to do more work in less time.
Precision and Accuracy
Remove the guesswork from your woodworking. The German-engineered Domino XL takes sure that each mortise cut is the right one.
Versatile for Any Project
The Domino is a complex tool that can be easily used for a wide variety of projects. Adjust your depths and angles for each project's needs.
- Cutter range: 8, 10, 12, 14 mm
- Miters: 0-90 degrees
- Mortising Depth: 19/32" to 2-3/4" (15-70 mm, 5 mm increments)
- Power Consumption: 720 watts
- Spindle Speed: 21,000
The Festool System
Why Dust Matters
The benefits of dust extraction
- Less clean-up time on job sites
- Breathe in fewer dangerous toxins
- Keep your jobsite clean and your customer happy
The Festool System
Why Choose Festool?
The pairings and possibilities are endless. But here’s just one example of starting smart—and gaining even greater levels of efficiency as you go. With each new piece built on to your Festool system, you boost the speed and productivity of your work. Better still, you increase the precision brought to your projects. Because that’s what sets you apart as an uncompromising craftsman. Beyond simply working better together, our products are engineered, manufactured and calibrated to operate in sync, resulting in the performance you demand and deserve.
- Dust extraction
- Portable for easy use and storage
- Unmatched precision and performance
Stationary machines like hollow chisel mortises and slot mortises occupy large amount of floor space in your shop, are expensive to purchase, require a lot of setup and maintenance, and force you to bring the material to the tool. Festool has taken the revolutionary concept of the Domino joiner and made it larger, the Domino XL Joiner. The Domino XL offers a more elegant solution to the challenge of large scale joinery. Amazingly simple to use, fast and accurate. The Domino XL now complements the capabilities of the original Domino DF 500, with a maximum tenon size of about five and a half -Inch in length (140 mm). No job is too big for the Domino XL. With an expanded range of thicker, longer tenons, you will quickly and precisely join massive slabs, doors and gates, or construct the most durable of tables and beds. With the Domino XL, you’ve got a system light enough and nimble enough for use anywhere in the shop or the jobsite. When the work piece is too large to come to the machine, this makes all the difference. Precision placement of solid hardwood tenons guarantees not only a perfect fit, but a finished product that will last for generations Set version includes trim and cross stop accessories. What's in the box? Domino XL 700, D12 cutter, Plug-it Power Cord, Support Bracket, Wrench, T Loc Systainer Sys 5, Trim Stop and Cross Stop.
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If you are looking for a super detailed description of how the Domino works there are plenty of reviews that cover that. For most of us it is really a question of is this thing really worth the hefty price. The $1500 price doesn't even include a full set of cutters. By the time you invest in those you are getting real close to $2,000. For that kind of money it is clear that Festool is targeting professional users. For production work this tool will save enough time to justify the price. It is a much tougher call for a hobbyist. There is no shortage of joinery methods that will accomplish similar results. It really comes down to how you like to spend your shop time. If you have lots of free time and/or like to tinker then you probably won't find much value in the Domino since you can make your own jigs for a fraction of the price. The hobbyist who doesn't have as much free time to spend in the shop may well see the value in a tool that will help get that project built faster. I think most hobbyists would get by just fine with the baby Domino and, for about $500 less than the 700, it is a less painful purchase. Either way you will be getting a well designed machine that seems to be built pretty well.
Once you own this tool, it really opens your eyes to new possibilities for building typical projects in a faster and more efficient way. I like to joke that the more I spend on tools, the less money I make on my projects. It's true, since I charge by the hour, but hopefully my lower pricing will lead to more business!
What concerns me is the item arrives without a box and I notice in unboxing videos the units arrive with a tag attached as well as blue cellophane wrap on the bottom of the unit to prevent scratching I sent the first item back because it looked used, Amazon (ships and sold by Amazon) just sent a second unit and same thing. No tags, no box and the cellophane protective wrap is not on it. Is Amazon passing off used/ refurbished tools as new? I am going to check it out at a local store and see if the ones sold at a local restore do. If so, Amazon is getting this sent back again.
Note that the 700 XL is a big and reasonably heavy machine for a hand-held tool. The pros to the weight/size are stability. The cons are also with the weight & size - it's a little more onerous if you're mainly making smaller joints (which I have to date). I think the size is a bigger pain than the weight because I'm often using narrower stock and I find myself constantly shifting the machine around to confirm I have it lined up correctly.
I think I would have been happy with the 500 machine for 90% of what I'm doing. But the ability to do the bigger joints was the kicker for buying the bigger machine.
Read all the other reviews about the precision and capability of both machines because they are true. That's why I still give it a 5 star review. In the end this is a quality machine that has greatly improved my ability to create quality pieces of furniture.