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05/26/2022

DeWalt biscuit joiner

Makes up to 600 cuts per charge in a wide range of wood-based materials.
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DeWalt biscuit joiner

The DeWalt 20V Max biscuit joiner (DCW682), part of DeWalt’s XRpremium lineup of tools, delivers up to 300 joints or 600 cuts per charge. That’s based on using a DCB205 battery and #20 biscuits in red oak, said the company, adding that battery and biscuits are sold separately.

Users achieve accurate results with #0, #10, and #20 biscuits, said the company, using tool-free adjustment features.

The biscuit joiner provides consistent cutting performance in a wide range of wood-based materials.

“At just 5-1/2 pounds, tool only, the biscuit joiner is a handy addition to any shop or jobsite,” said DeWalt.

The DCW682 20V Max biscuit joiner will be available as a bare tool at the end of May where DeWalt products are sold, said the firm.

Maximum initial battery voltage, measured without a workload, is 20 volts, said DeWalt, nominal voltage is 18.

Power tools and hand tools company DeWalt is owned by Towson, Maryland-based Stanley Black & Decker.

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