Biscuit joinery is popular because it aligns glue-ups so well, but a biscuit joiner is expensive unless you have the volume of work to justify it.
Our mini biscuits will fit into slots made by a standard 1/8" high by 1 7/8" dia. slotting cutter, a table-mounted router and a router fence that pivots.
Set-up is simple — add a piece of high-friction tape to the inside face of your router fence, and set a stop to limit the depth of cut as the fence is pivoted to expose the bit. To cut a slot, align the marked location on the work so that it is in line with the cutter, then pivot the fence to the preset limit.
Biscuits are made from 1/8" thick high-strength fiberboard. Their slim profile makes them suitable for narrow pieces. Two sizes are available: 1 1/8" long by 5/8" wide, and 1 5/16" long by 7/8" wide.
Made in USA.