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    Default domino vice jig

    I once came across a video or web page which showed a jig where which holds a domino up side down in a vice. From memory you set up stop blocks on your machine and bring the work piece to the tool and push on the work piece to plunge down.

    Cant find it anymore - does anyone know what I'm talking about? Would like to see it again

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    It was an Australian woodworker. Someone like Gerner or such.

    I remember it on Instagram. Let me look.

    60 seconds later! here we are: Anton Gerner Furniture

    I also remember a jig, something like this: Leslie Webb


    and there was one from Ramon Artful.... ahh, here we are, its called the Domino Dock Woodworking & tips by Ramon on Instagram Truly, he has a LOT of excellent tips.






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    Quote Originally Posted by woodPixel View Post
    It was an Australian woodworker. Someone like Gerner or such.

    I remember it on Instagram. Let me look.

    60 seconds later! here we are: Anton Gerner Furniture




    Hehe - I remember him posting this and complaining about festool/inaccuracy of the domino

    It was this - it was something much simpler. It was a plywood thing which went around the domino from memory and you clamp it in your vice vertically so that the cutter is pointing up and the vertical fence is away from you.

    I basically need to cut a bunch of dominos into long stock and figure this might be an easy way to do it. rather then to hold the domino. I really dislike the ergonomics of the DF500

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    I think your talking about the Domino Docks from Ramon: #dominodocks hashtag on Instagram

    and here are some videos and plans: @ramonartful

    see here too: Ramon on Instagram: “The newly released “Dock Plate XL” from @senecawoodworking

    apologies for all the edits!

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    wow thats it! thanks!!

    How did you figure it out? I googled for a while and the only things which were coming up was videos of making your own domino-like morticing machine

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    I have one of those bizarre visual memories. Useless with names, astounding with images.

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