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Offline Scorpion

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My Domino flip-stop-amajigger
« on: June 02, 2017, 08:43 AM »
Was considering the recent OTT for my Domino and necessity encouraged me to do with what I had laying around.  I needed to find an easier and more accurate way to locate dominos on cabinet spreaders like in the below base.



The spreader (is what I call them) have two dominos that align them to the sides and only one allows the edge for a reference.



So I used an incra t-trac plus and fashioned a stop which reference to one edge.



Used woodpeck stops to reference the domino in the inner cut.



Worked very well.



Here's a side by side with the make-shift first version and my final version.  The final was made using an incra t-track plus for more rigidity and so festool clamps can clamp via the additional channel from the bottom.  Stop in the final is a piece of 3/16-inch aluminum angle.





Works well and cost about $40. 




Never even occurred to me if it's been done before.  If it has, kudos to the other guy who I think like!
« Last Edit: June 02, 2017, 09:02 AM by Scorpion »

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Offline grobkuschelig

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Re: My Domino flip-stop-amajigger
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2017, 10:36 AM »
Nice!
I might have to steal your implementation. [emoji41]

Looks really good and useful.
Perfect would be, if it was able to break down and fit into the Systainer with the Domino. [emoji57]

Offline Scorpion

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Re: My Domino flip-stop-amajigger
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2017, 10:49 AM »
Nice!
I might have to steal your implementation. [emoji41]

Looks really good and useful.
Perfect would be, if it was able to break down and fit into the Systainer with the Domino. [emoji57]

Hmm...don't see why it couldn't be like the OTT and be in pieces that you can connect to make a bigger piece.  I figured I'd hang it on the wall (I'm a home project guy not out in the field).


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