Tool review: Biscuit Joiners
The DW682K proved accurate in every cut we made, with spot-on slot placement and biscuit fit. And it has a smooth plunge action. The lightest tool in the test at just under 7 pounds, it feels nicely balanced with a comfortable grip. Still, it has a few issues. Mitered cuts require the auxiliary fence spacer, and two retractable antislip bumpers on the nose add little grip to a board, letting the tool slip sideways during a cut if you're not careful. Dust collection proved good, but a square port on the base would be tough to hook up to if you lose or break the included plastic adapters for the dust bag and a shop vacuum.
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