Today I bought the DF 500 Q. What an investment, hope it's worth the money.
Reason for this is I have to build 4 different cabinets for my new home and I want to do it as precise as can be. Most cabinets will be of 15 and 18mm plywood with HPL . Because of the HPL, I have to cut the edges to 45 degrees, so you won't see the plywood itself. And these 45 angels have to be glued together and that can only be done by using lamello's or domino's to align them really nice, I think. So, bought the DF500 for that. I'm using the smallest domino available, the 20mm domino (which is in fact 18,2 mm) and the 4mm domino bit. However, for some drawers I could use 12mm plywood, but, I'm not sure what the minimal thickness at 45 degrees is for the domino. I think 12 mm will not work for bevel cuts and joints. However, I can't find a table where the minimal thicnkess of material is related to the used domino in case of bevel cuts. Is there something available or should I try and error?
Giving this a thought, maybe the lammelo would have been a better option for this kind of stuff, because the 0 lamello is just 15 mm width, so, probably more suitable for smaller, less thick plywood. What do you guys think?