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A biscuit joiner is a crucial tool for any type of woodworking. You don’t want to head into a project without a biscuit joiner at your side! We’ve taken all the guesswork out of choosing the perfect one with our amazing list of the top ten biscuit joiners, including kits and a range of applicable tools. Before we get started taking a look at the tools, here are some things you should know.
Type: This only refers to whether the joiner is corded or cordless. A cordless joiner may put out less consistent power or work for a shorter period of time, but it provides portability that a corded one can’t.
Stops: The ‘stops’ are pre-set depth measurements that you can set your joiner to use. Here, we’ll list the stops that the particular tool comes with, and the different depths you can get with your cuts.
Power: The number of amps that the tool puts out can be useful in determining how it will work. The higher the number of amps it puts out, the more power you can expect from the joiner.
Cutting Angle: The cutting angle will tell you the range that you can cut and join with the tool. 90 degrees is the most common max cutting angle, though some tools go up to 135 degrees and beyond.
Size: This refers to the dimensions of the tool. This can be useful in determining if it’s going to fit with the rest of your tools and if the tool is going to be easy to maneuver.
Warranty: The warranty is a guarantee that the company stands behind the product and wants to make sure it works for you. If it breaks within this time frame, you could get a replacement or refund.
With that knowledge, we can now start to show you our best biscuit joiner reviews. We’ve done all of our research and review in order to bring you only the best tools to get the job done. Check out our top pick and budget pick first, because those are the highlights (and our personal favorites). We’re sure that you’ll find your next amazing biscuit joining tool on our list!
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Jennifer Trimbee, a lead researcher and writer at GeekWrapped, is an expert writer with many years of experience. Jennifer writes about technology, sports, outdoor, and gear products.
Article last updated on:
September 29, 2019
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