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