Freud Tools Doweling Jointer Cuts Dowel Rod Shelf Pins in Biscuit Joiner Style
posted on October 1, 2009 by Woodworker's Journal
Freud Doweling Biscuit Jointer Freud's doweling jointer has bits spaced at 32mm, perfect for cutting dowel holes for shelf pins and more.

Freud’s Doweling Jointer is a handheld power tool that functions like a biscuit joiner. With bits spaced exactly 32mm apart, it cuts dowel holes and drills them up to 1-3⁄8" deep for functions like shelf pins, European cabinets and more. It’s powered with a 6.5-amp motor. An adjustable fence allows precise setting of any joint; the tool accepts standard 10mm shank boring bits and works with bits from 3/16" to 1/2" diameter. It sells for $329.99 in 2009.

posted on October 1, 2009 by Woodworker's Journal
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2 thoughts on “Freud Tools Doweling Jointer Cuts Dowel Rod Shelf Pins in Biscuit Joiner Style”

  • Juan Pacho

    need to buy

  • Morphew WoodWorks
    Morphew WoodWorks November 19, 2014 at 2:24 pm

    I use dowels in 60% of my projects and frankly like dowels better than biscuits. I bought this tool when it first came out and now I'm in the need of another one. Breaks my heart that this tool or ones like it are not on the market any more. BRING IT BACK!!!

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