I have an order for a Makita 8 1/4 circular saw to go with my Ez track saw from EurekaZone to be able to cut 2 inch stock.
Ye$, me too. I've been watching Peter Millard's YouTube channel, and he uses one pretty extensively. I guess it's my Scottish upbringing but, at this point in my life, I really can't justify the cost when I have a - was going to say perfectly good, but it's the first model P-C which has a few drawbacks - plate joiner that does the job, plus the pocket hole jig so I'm assembling cabinets with a combination of the two. I am going to spring for a set of Marc Sommerfeld's tongue and groove router bits - just bought the Muscle Chuck for the router table as it looks as if the spindle nut on the P-C router is going to be way down below the table and make changing bits without losing the depth setting pretty difficult. Sure do like that Domino though - if you check out his channel, he has a slick way of making drawers; just straight butt joints at the corners, but he then plunges through the finished corner and installs a domino through the side and into the end - quick and easy, and looks as if it will hold up well to hard use. I have a ton of drawers to make for the next phase of my shop overhaul, and that would be a quick way to build them, although I'll probably wind up setting up the router table and the table saw to make rabbet and dado joints (probably just as quick and strong, and plus all the tools are paid for).I keep telling myself I really do need a Fe$tool Domino....