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Biscuit Joinery


Definition of Biscuit Joinery:
Biscuit joinery or plate joinery is the process of joining two or more pieces of stock It works by inserting a thin piece of compressed wood into matching slots cut into the adjoining stock. A biscuit jointer has a small circular blade that cuts the slots to fit the different style of biscuits. This is a common and efficient method of reinforcing glue joints on large panels, attaching trim without mechanical fasteners or to simply align the faces of stock while clamping.


Porter-Cable Biscuit Joiner
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  • 7.5 amp motor delivers plenty of bite.
  • Includes 2'' and 4'' diameter blades for standard and face frame biscuits.


  • Available through Rockler.com

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