August 16, 2022

Woody Woodworking

and its tools

Making Domino Joints for $30

2 min read

Nick demonstrates how “domino” joints were made in days gone by, when they were known as “loose tenon” joints and all you needed was a hand-held drill and a doweling jig. This method isn’t as fast as a dedicated domino joiner, perhaps; but it’s effective and economical.

Nick uses a “self-centering” doweling jig, a type that is available at many hardware stores, home centers, and online in a wide ranges of brands and prices from $30 US and up. For a high-quality jig, consider the “Premium” doweling jig from Task USA: . (We have no sales or commission arrangement with Task USA or Telco Tools, which makes this brand. We are simply impressed with its design and accuracy.)

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