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FESTOOL DOMINO Sipo (D 6X40/570 MAU)

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Code 494860
Description .
Product Type Consumable
Strengths and Benefits N/A
Applications Wooden dowels with expanding glue slots and lateral ribs for optimum fitting accuracy
100% rotation-proof right from the first Domino
Sipo wood DOMINO, resistant to insects and mould attack and perfectly suited for outdoor use
For N/A
In Systainer N/A
Scope of Delivery N/A
Specifications Dimensions: 6x40 mm
qty. in pack: 570 (3x190) piece(s)

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What are Domino tenons made of?

Domino tenons are made out of solid Beech, a very dense, strong hardwood.
They have tiny glue pockets embossed on the face to accommodate glue and ridges along the edges for a perfect fit.
Domino Sipo hardwood tenons are currently available, and are great for exterior applications like furniture, shutters, gates, decks, trim, even boat building.
Sipo is a tropical hardwood similar to mahogany and is significantly more resistant to moisture, decay, fungi and termites.
Sipo tenons are legally imported from cultivated plantations.

What are Domino Sipo hardwood tenons made of?

Sipo is a tropical hardwood similar to mahogany and is significantly more resistant to moisture, decay, fungi and termites.
Sipo tenons are legally imported from cultivated plantations.

Domino Sipo hardwood tenons are excellent for exterior applications like furniture, shutters, gates, decks, trim, even boat building.

Which size Domino tenon should I use for which thickness of material?

Generally, the Domino thickness should be one third the thickness of the work piece. When joining

How do you glue the Domino tenons?

For best results, squeeze yellow glue, polyurethane or epoxy into the mortise and use a brush or q-tip to swab the sides.
Lightly brush each face and along the edge of the Domino tenon and insert it.
Brush glue along the face of your joint, clamp and allow to set.

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