Building cabinet doors, cope & stick or Festool Domino?
Hey guys, New member here, wanted to get some opinions on building cabinet doors. I have been building cabinets for a living for several years now, working for someone else, but, I want to start doing my own cabinet building on the side. I am debating on buying another shaper table, or possibly buying a Festool Domino for building cabinet doors. So which do you prefer, coping the rails with traditional stiles made on a shaper table, or using a Festool Domino to join the stiles with the rails?
I already own an older Delta Shaper and a Harbor Freight shaper (I know I know, HF sucks, but in their defense this little shaper has served us well for several years at my work) and am considering buying a Grizzly G1026 that I found locally for a good price. I want to use the HF shaper for rails, the old Delta for stiles, and the big Grizzly for raised panels. I would like to hear some opinions on which you guys would prefer?