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Einhell Biscuit Jointer with Dust Bag & Case (TC-BJ 900) - £47.79 @ Amazon
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Einhell Biscuit Jointer with Dust Bag & Case (TC-BJ 900) - £47.79 @ Amazon

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Posted 3rd Feb

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Einhell TC-BJ 900 Complete Biscuit Jointer with Dust Bag in BMC
  • Adjustable angle setting
  • Adjustable height setting
  • Three step quick adjustment of cutting depth
  • Large base plate
  • Solid aluminium design
  • Spindle lock for easy cutter change
  • Face spanner for cutter change
  • Dust bag
  • Transport and storage case

Clean joints are made possibly by the TC-BJ 900 biscuit jointer. Using this handy, powerful tool, ambitious DIY enthusiasts can produce an ideal butt joints and cabinet joints for numerous applications. Complicated structures are possible thanks to the variable angle and height setting facility. The routing depth can be set to three different levels easily by using the quick-adjust facility.

A large base plate made of solid aluminium lends the TC-BJ 900 high stability for ideal, exact routing. The spindle lock enables fast cutter change. Among the accessories are a face spanner for changing the cutter, a dust bag for clean operation and a transport and storage case in which the biscuit jointer and accessories can be neatly stored ready to hand.

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So this is how they make Bourbon and Custard creams
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Aah,, just what I needed
Two or more biscuits jointed together always tastes better than one
Cheapest Biscuit Jointer I've seen recently, appears to be the same model as Erbauer EBJ860 which is £59.99 at Screwfix.
So this is how they make Bourbon and Custard creams
Does it come with a cup of tea and can you dunk it?
Fancy a double dip, Vicar?
Always need a few biccies after a joint
Would be hilarious if it actually was used to join biscuits.
don't tell the private schools, they'll stop playing soggy biscuit
Sooooo. Does anybody want to enlighten the rest of us.... Wtf is this?
adam1903/02/2020 16:51

Sooooo. Does anybody want to enlighten the rest of us.... Wtf is this?


It cuts the small holes in wood needed to do this:

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Good for aligning boards, but arguably offers no additional strength to a joint. Biscuits swell up when they come into contact with glue.

I'm tempted, but have a biscuit cutting router bit which I'm happy using for the few times I've considered making a biscuit/spline joint.
Edited by: "friar_chris" 3rd Feb
friar_chris03/02/2020 16:57

It cuts the small holes in wood needed to do this:[Image] Good for …It cuts the small holes in wood needed to do this:[Image] Good for aligning boards, but arguably offers no additional strength to a joint. Biscuits swell up when they come into contact with glue.I'm tempted, but have a biscuit cutting router bit which I'm happy using for the few times I've considered making a biscuit/spline joint.


Thank you. I didn't know that was even possible. I'd just whack another piece of wood on and it would look ugly.

I'm guessing biscuits are an actual think you can buy to do this. Rather than a spare bit of wood.

Thanks again.
adam1903/02/2020 18:09

Thank you. I didn't know that was even possible. I'd just whack another …Thank you. I didn't know that was even possible. I'd just whack another piece of wood on and it would look ugly. I'm guessing biscuits are an actual think you can buy to do this. Rather than a spare bit of wood. Thanks again.


For splines I have used 3mm and 6mm ply and sanded them down a bit to make a not so tight fit (with glue I've had them split wood). I'm too tight to buy a biscuit cutter. Biscuits are a sort of compressed wood.....I imagine you could cut your own biscuits, just simplify the shape into a squashed hexagon or something....there are also dominos which festool make which are real wood, ultra expensive and often described as a floating tennon joint.
Edited by: "friar_chris" 3rd Feb
friar_chris03/02/2020 18:36

For splines I have used 3mm and 6mm ply and sanded them down a bit to make …For splines I have used 3mm and 6mm ply and sanded them down a bit to make a not so tight fit (glue). Biscuits are a sort of compressed wood.....I imagine you could cut your own biscuits, just simplify the shape into a squashed hexagon or something....there are also dominos which festool make which are real wood, ultra expensive and often described as a floating tennon joint.


You need proper biscuits - they're made of beech and are supposed to swell as they absorb the moisture from the glue. The result is extremely strong.
Ply would not work well as it won't swell up resulting in a weaker joint.
The biscuits themselves are cheap.
I've never used dominoes, but everything Festool makes is crazy expensive.
simonspeakeasy03/02/2020 19:21

You need proper biscuits - they're made of beech and are supposed to swell …You need proper biscuits - they're made of beech and are supposed to swell as they absorb the moisture from the glue. The result is extremely strong.Ply would not work well as it won't swell up resulting in a weaker joint.The biscuits themselves are cheap.I've never used dominoes, but everything Festool makes is crazy expensive.


Thanks. Ammended.
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