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Offline Coen

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #120 on: February 11, 2021, 10:44 AM »


Finished my T-Loc Sys II DF for the PS-300 with the accessories. In the top lid are some blades and the splinter guards, as seen here;
https://www.festoolownersgroup.com/festool-jigs-tool-enhancements/diy-jigsaw-blade-storage/msg631774/#msg631774
On the inside of the main lid is the circle jig and the guiderail adapter. In all the years I owned the Trion I never missed the parallel guide for it, so that's the only thing that isn't there.

Most things fixed in place with adhesive hook and loop. When closed it's front-heavy though, but if I didn't place the boxes of  blades in the front it would easily tip over when opened.

Offline Imemiter

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #121 on: February 11, 2021, 12:28 PM »
Fun thread!
This is the box that often keeps my Festool drills from coming along to work.
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Offline ghhsolutions

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #122 on: February 11, 2021, 01:16 PM »
A bit of a dormant thread but a good place to make my first post. After buying my first Festool power tool last year (DF500) I was dismayed to find it came in an addictive covering, otherwise known as a Systainer. Most of my power tools are DeWalt stored in TSTAK cases but I am gradually changing to Systainers as I prefer the greater range of sizes and options. I just thought I would share some of my favourite transfers so far, nothing groundbreaking but might be of interest to someone.

This is my DF500 transferred to a SYS-COMBI 3. As this is the only tool that doesn't have a DeWalt AirLock connector it has its own extractor  hose:
327494-0

JIgsaw and multitool in a SysCombi 2. This is TSTAK foam that just needed a bit of trimming to fit in a Systainer:
327496-1

Planer in a T-Loc 3:
327498-2

SYS-MFT top transferred to a T-Loc 2 base with the bins that are used in the domino kit. I will probably add some foam to hold the dogs upright. :
327500-3

Trend Pocket Hole Jig Pro in a Sys-Mini 3:
327502-4
 

Offline Jeff Zanin

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #123 on: February 11, 2021, 02:03 PM »
This is a great thread, as usual I am late.  I don't have a name for this but I think of it as my "mini-stack" which rolls around as I attend to various projects.  It is a mix of M12, hand tools, a small assortment of screws, some basic measuring & marking, testing, & layout.  The top section has a laser level and tripod.






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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #124 on: February 11, 2021, 02:39 PM »
Nice set ups. Love to see this stuff  [thumbs up]


Seth

Offline Imemiter

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #125 on: February 11, 2021, 04:13 PM »
Here's another Systainer with a trim router.
CSX, TID 18, HKC 55, OSC 18, OF 1010, Domino XL, DTS 400, ETS 125, RAS 115, LR32, CTSys, CTMidi, CT-VA-20

Offline Agent 73

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #126 on: February 11, 2021, 07:56 PM »
My Systainer tool box 2.
« Last Edit: February 11, 2021, 08:03 PM by Agent 73 »

Offline gunnyr

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #127 on: February 11, 2021, 09:04 PM »
I moved my Domino into a Combi-3 so I can keep all accessories together.  The advantage of the Kaisen Foam is that it is easy to see if anything is missing.  I keep all required tools with the accessories so I don't have to go looking for them (3 and 5mm hex keys in this case).

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Offline ghhsolutions

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #128 on: February 12, 2021, 04:32 AM »
My Systainer tool box 2.

Nice dividers. A step up from the usual bits of old pipe!

Offline Rumblefish

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #129 on: Yesterday at 12:02 PM »
Nice. After using a T Loc Systainer 3 Setup with office supply boxes I found accessibility to be a thing to improve. The Sys Sorts with drawers were a pricy but perfect option. Additionaly I customized my Systainer T Loc 3 into a 12V powertool box. So I have a complete Toolbox Solution. Pretty handy and I am happy with that.

Offline Coen

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #130 on: Yesterday at 01:06 PM »
Wago's!  [big grin]

Offline Rumblefish

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #131 on: Yesterday at 01:27 PM »
Wago's!  [big grin]

Shure. What else? ;-)

Offline Coen

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #132 on: Yesterday at 04:29 PM »
Wago's!  [big grin]

Shure. What else? ;-)

Yeah no idea. They are superior to everything else. I tend to cut away a lot of screw terminals in favor of Wago 221 and Wago 224. Also when adding earthing to existing home circuits the new Wago 2273's are very nice. Even with the additional conductor you use less space in the junction boxes.

Offline Bob D.

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #133 on: Yesterday at 09:14 PM »
Yeah I like Wagos too. Great for those light fixtures with stranded wire. Makes it easy to join the smaller gauge stranded wire to a #12 solid. I keep a bunch in my electrical pouch and a good stock on the shelf. If you buy off Amazon make sure you get the real deal and not the knockoff ones as they are not UL listed.
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