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#51 - Domino Self-Centering Guide SCG-10

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Published on Sep 27, 2011

http://HalfInchShy.com

Awhile ago, I blogged some preview information about the forthcoming Domino Self-Centering Guide SCG-10. The product has come out and looks very useful.

In this video, I'll show you the product, how it fits to the Festool Domino body, and how to calibrate it easily. I then do a series of demonstrations to show forming a 90ยบ joint (like a rail/stile joint) using the SCG. One demonstration shows using the SCG for its centering function and the other emphasizes the equidistant offset provided by the SCG and how you can use that to offset mortises.

The calibration procedure shown in this video isn't the same as the one outlined in the manual. The manual's procedure assumes the center line on the bottom of the Domino base is reasonably accurate. For my Domino, it is considerably off, but I calibrated my cursor hairs exceptionally well. The basis of my calibration is to use the cursor hairs to get it done in one try.

For more information on this guide or to purchase it, visit http://www.DominoGuide.com

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