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New MortiseMatch from Woodpeckers

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Woodpeckers recently released the MortiseMatch, which converts the Domino joiner from a hand-held tool to a stationary bench-top horizontal mortising machine.

“This system easily attaches to any workbench or surface with clamps, bench dogs, or hold-downs. Simply attach the MortiseMatch base to either Domino models’ pre-supplied threaded holes with two machine screws and cut dominos using stock thicknesses from 1/2" to 2-3/8" range,” the company said in a statement.

The MortiseMatch sells for $649.99.

Visit www.woodpeck.com.

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