And like almost every woodworker I know, I have more than a few projects sitting around, in various stages of completion. One was a base for one of my filing cabinet benches; the pieces had been cut six months ago, and - truth is - I just got tired of seeing them sitting on a shelf, collecting dust.
This was a perfect time to pull out the Domino and get the base assembled.
In the past, I've used mortise and tenons. Machining those would have taken me about and hour and a half.
With the Domino - maybe fifteen minutes, and that includes figuring out the metric equivalent to inches. (Note to self: make a sample board of the various height settings on the Domino, so I don't have to struggle with this every time.)
As my buddy Phil would say - Bing, Bang, Boom - and it's ready to assemble.
Next project - tearing apart the drill press.