DEWALT 20V MAX XR Cordless Biscuit Joiner sits on a work bench.

DEWALT Releases 20V Cordless Biscuit Joiner

There are many ways to join wood, and every woodworker has their preferred style. One of the easier ways is via a biscuit joiner. DEWALT wants to assist with making things easier in your workshop by releasing their 20V MAX XR Cordless Biscuit Joiner. The new joiner is the latest addition to DEWALT’s ever-expanding line of XR tools.

DEWALT previously offered a corded biscuit joiner, but the DCW682 cuts the cord to make working around the shop more accessible and safer. The 20V biscuit joiner is chock-full of innovative features designed to make projects more efficient so that you can tackle more work.

DEWALT 20V MAX XR Cordless Biscuit Joiner Features 

Depth selection knob on the DEWALT 20V MAX XR Cordless Biscuit Joiner.

The DEWALT 20V MAX XR Biscuit Joiner offers a brushless motor with robust and consistent cutting performance for the most common biscuit sizes. A depth selection knob makes it easy to switch between #0, #10, and #20 biscuits, so you are not wasting time adjusting. A dual rack and pinion fence creates more accurate results on every cut.

The DCW682 features several comfort features to make work less tiring and prevent hand fatigue. The joiner weighs a feather-like 5.5 pounds and is more compact, making it easier to work with. A paddle switch design allows for using either left- or right-handed tools and makes the tool safer with an electric brake that stops the blade upon trigger release.

The different angles of the integral fence on the DEWALT 20V MAX XR Cordless Biscuit Joiner.

Other features include retractable anti-slip pins that help hold the material in place while working. The integral fence allows quick and easy bevel adjustments between 0 and 90 degrees for complete flexibility. The biscuit joiner is compatible with DEWALT’s AirLock system or a standard 35 mm dust extractor to minimize annoying dust.

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