When I was shopping for a domino I was going to buy a 500 as most of what I do is casework. Another reason is that the shop I came from had a 500 so it was familiar. As with most plans that changed when I found a XL 700 that was new for a little more than half price. What sweetened the deal was it came with several bags of domino's both for the 500 and 700, it also came with the Seneca 500 bit adapter and bits.
I have since purchased the seneca domi-plate and depth gauge. Very nice btw.
My question is this, is there much of a difference between using the 500 and 700 when using the plate for plywood? Is there any tips or tricks that anyone can share with me? I searched and couldn't find much and I checked YouTube with out much luck.
I figured I would ask before I murder a bunch of plywood experimenting . Thanks in advance.