Wooden biscuits are used for biscuit joinery. A biscuit jointer cuts a slot into a panel and the biscuit is glued into this slot. The glue causes the biscuit to expand and creates a secure joint. A range of sizes and quantities are available.
Similar to wooden biscuits, dominos are rectangular shaped biscuits which are used in conjunction with a domino jointer. This joinery is also called removable tenon and mortice joint. The domino is glued into the slot and left to dry.
Different lengths and diameter dowels are available. Used together with a doweling jig, dowels are inserted into the holes and glued in place to create a strong and secure joint.