A hands-on review of what's on the market
Roland Johnson assesses eight corded biscuit joiners to see how they compare. He evaluates them for fences, adjustability, noise, how well the biscuits fit, how simple the switches and slot depth setters are to use, whether sides glide and whether they have dust collection. He rates his favorites by how well they did in his tests and then by price.
From Fine Woodworking #151