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I want to make a domino holder, that has five slots of 1/2 inc at about 50 degrees slant.

Any suggestions?

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50º slant? That's quite a bit. I would think holding dominoes straight up would be better.
A 1/2" bit in a router table would then be an easy way to make dados in a length of stock.
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Chuck, In reading this I am uncertain of what "inc" means. Inch or Inclination? If it's inch, that's easily done. If it is inclination - that would most likely be a table saw cut. This is where a picture could be worth a thousand words. OPG3
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Hi All,

I want to make a domino holder, that has five slots of 1/2 inc at about 50 degrees slant.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance
I understand completely. There is a small router that I've seen (posted on thei forum) that has an adjustable base and would be able to cut the slots you want; however, you could also do this using a table saw. Use a dado blade, or just make lots of cuts with a regular blade, then sand the bottom.

The domino racks I've seen have grooves with about a 10° slant off perpendicular (or 80°). The 50° you specify is way too much of a slant.

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