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Offline jhuh63tango

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #180 on: December 30, 2021, 11:41 PM »
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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #181 on: December 30, 2021, 11:42 PM »
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Milwaukee 18-gage nailer into a Systainer

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #182 on: December 30, 2021, 11:46 PM »
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Milwaukee Circular Saw in a Systainer
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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #183 on: December 30, 2021, 11:47 PM »
Anyone have ideas on this one?
I have a framing nailer and 15-gage nailer. It would be nice to have it in a Systainer as well.

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #184 on: January 01, 2022, 09:27 AM »
Anyone have ideas on this one?
I have a framing nailer and 15-gage nailer. It would be nice to have it in a Systainer as well.

I'd put some foam on the bottom and secure a thin ply separator between the guns. I'd make the separator a simple slide-in/slide-out item so that it's easier to remove any loose items from the bottom of the systainer.

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #185 on: January 02, 2022, 12:38 AM »
Anyone have ideas on this one?
I have a framing nailer and 15-gage nailer. It would be nice to have it in a Systainer as well.

I'd put some foam on the bottom and secure a thin ply separator between the guns. I'd make the separator a simple slide-in/slide-out item so that it's easier to remove any loose items from the bottom of the systainer.

Thanks for your suggestion!

The Frame nailer is already hitting the lit at the moment... but I think a very thin but hard foam may do the trick.

Offline Coen

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #186 on: January 03, 2022, 05:07 AM »
That's not good. Because if you drop it, the 'box' can't absorb anything, but instead the nailer itself is stressed.

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #187 on: January 04, 2022, 11:47 AM »
 Just customizing some systainers for my Milwaukee sawzall and Metabo/Hitachi air nailers, and a First Aid kit out of a Sortainer (I have a ton of em)

Also working on putting the tiny Metabo HTP compressor into a systainer.

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #188 on: January 18, 2022, 03:24 PM »
Festool porn [eek] [embarassed]340202-0
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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #189 on: January 18, 2022, 03:31 PM »
Power hub
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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #190 on: January 18, 2022, 03:35 PM »
N340210-0340212-1ew mixer in New sys  [jawdrop] [jawdrop] [jawdrop]
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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #191 on: January 18, 2022, 03:39 PM »
I like your power hub @Zubo.

I take it that's the supply cord on a retractable reel I see in the right end photo.

Very nice.
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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #192 on: January 18, 2022, 04:10 PM »
You're right Bob

15 meters cable. I made the bushing for the cable on the lathe, from a piece of olive tree, which is very expensive  ;D. But I found around in the shop.

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #193 on: January 18, 2022, 05:15 PM »
Too nice Zubo, too nice [big grin]
Great power hub, 3 phase in/out also?

I’ve the Festool one.. thought about adding USB outlet on the inside like yours too. But I find that it often are at bottom or in the middle of a stack.. therefore a panel mounted USB outlet on the outside would be nice [tongue]
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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #194 on: January 19, 2022, 11:33 AM »
N (Attachment Link) (Attachment Link) ew mixer in New sys  [jawdrop] [jawdrop] [jawdrop]

Nice use of XL-Systainer. Does the machine itself also fit in?

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #195 on: January 19, 2022, 11:38 AM »
Too nice Zubo, too nice [big grin]
Great power hub, 3 phase in/out also?


I’ve the Festool one.. thought about adding USB outlet on the inside like yours too. But I find that it often are at bottom or in the middle of a stack.. therefore a panel mounted USB outlet on the outside would be nice [tongue]

No, see the Schuko (CEE 7/4) plug; that is the input. That is single phase or (or two phase like in Belgium; 137V and 137V shifted by 120 degrees; makes 230V). He lives in Italy, so 230V area. In 230V, the blue CEE 17 outlets are single-phase. Both seem sockets btw, so outputs.

Note; in the USA, 3-phase outlet with 200-250V is blue while single phase 100-130V is yellow. In 230V land, the 3-phase outlets (so 400V between phases) are red.
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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #196 on: January 19, 2022, 04:13 PM »
N (Attachment Link) (Attachment Link) ew mixer in New sys  [jawdrop] [jawdrop] [jawdrop]

Nice use of XL-Systainer. Does the machine itself also fit in?

No.. . Mx1000 in photo fits in a sys4 apart. No room and no way to fit machine in xl systainer, Also when xl sys Is empty
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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #197 on: January 19, 2022, 04:27 PM »
Too nice Zubo, too nice [big grin]
Great power hub, 3 phase in/out also?


I’ve the Festool one.. thought about adding USB outlet on the inside like yours too. But I find that it often are at bottom or in the middle of a stack.. therefore a panel mounted USB outlet on the outside would be nice [tongue]

No, see the Schuko (CEE 7/4) plug; that is the input. That is single phase or (or two phase like in Belgium; 137V and 137V shifted by 120 degrees; makes 230V). He lives in Italy, so 230V area. In 230V, the blue CEE 17 outlets are single-phase. Both seem sockets btw, so outputs.

Note; in the USA, 3-phase outlet with 200-250V is blue while single phase 100-130V is yellow. In 230V land, the 3-phase outlets (so 400V between phases) are red.

Yes is only output. The blue plug we call CEE Plug, is 230v single phase. We use outdoor, industry, or for safety against water or snow.
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Offline Coen

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #198 on: January 23, 2022, 02:37 PM »
Just asking here if anyone moved their SDS drill to a Sys³ L yet? Looking for something to copy  [tongue]
 
Both normal sized Systainers and L-Boxx'es aren't wide enough for the common 450-465mm long drills. Currently I have the long drills and dust extraction accesoires in another box than the machine. But storing the long drills diagonally just leaves a lot of useless space.

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #199 on: February 27, 2022, 05:40 PM »
Mix of foam cutting and 3d printing to hold a dremel.
The 3d base for bins started from this thread. The systainer fits the bins from the SYS3 ORG.
STL and F3D available here.
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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #200 on: March 26, 2022, 03:51 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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Nice setup. What did you use to attach the level to the Systainer? Are those easily available?

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #201 on: March 26, 2022, 03:56 PM »
Another Makita in a Systainer. I'll review in another week or so.

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Being fairly new to the Festool family, what is the name of the grey insert? is it separately available?

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #202 on: March 26, 2022, 05:18 PM »
Nice setup. What did you use to attach the level to the Systainer? Are those easily available?
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Being fairly new to the Festool family, what is the name of the grey insert? is it separately available?
They come from the  Strainer T-LOC SORT-SYS 2 TL DOMINO. You can find it in ekat:
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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #203 on: March 26, 2022, 07:26 PM »
Been finally able to start with the shadowfoam organization for my sys drawers.
What a difference this makes is unbelievable. I am extremely happy with how these are turning out, even if they are far from perfect, especially my try to emulate the CXS shape did not result in an exact fit. But it works and is heaps better that before, rattling around in the empty drawer…

More to come, when I find time again. :)






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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #204 on: March 27, 2022, 04:02 AM »
Nice setup. What did you use to attach the level to the Systainer? Are those easily available?
Adapt-L

Being fairly new to the Festool family, what is the name of the grey insert? is it separately available?
They come from the  Strainer T-LOC SORT-SYS 2 TL DOMINO. You can find it in ekat:
Code: [Select]
30 700715 Container Joining machine 1 1 $17.30 Yes USD
29 700716 Partition wall Joining machine 1 1 $1.90 Yes USD

Thank you, I will order some.

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #205 on: March 27, 2022, 08:05 AM »
Been finally able to start with the shadowfoam organization for my sys drawers.
What a difference this makes is unbelievable. I am extremely happy with how these are turning out, even if they are far from perfect, especially my try to emulate the CXS shape did not result in an exact fit. But it works and is heaps better that before, rattling around in the empty drawer…

More to come, when I find time again. :)







It looks fantastic and was obviously worth to trouble. As I was scrolling down the pics, I thought "That looks like a great job for a Shaper Origin", then I got far enough to see the tape.
Nice job, How do you find the shadow foam to cut with it? I think the people who make it, intend for it to be cut with a razor, as most would do. Is it as firm/dense as the foam in the Shaper Systainer?
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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #206 on: March 27, 2022, 02:17 PM »
Very nice cutting, with different depth cuts. The shaper does a great job.
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Show your systainer
« Reply #207 on: March 27, 2022, 03:33 PM »
It looks fantastic and was obviously worth to trouble. As I was scrolling down the pics, I thought "That looks like a great job for a Shaper Origin", then I got far enough to see the tape.
Nice job, How do you find the shadow foam to cut with it? I think the people who make it, intend for it to be cut with a razor, as most would do. Is it as firm/dense as the foam in the Shaper Systainer?

Thanks for the compliment. :)

I did not buy „Kaizen-Foam“ which you cut with a knife and peel back the layers. What I purchased is shadowfoam intended for CNC cutting. No real layers and much more dense than the kaizen-stuff. Nicer, if you ask me.

It cute great with a sharp cutter on the origing. You can even go full depth. I think the deepest I cut in one go was 38mm.

But you need to make sure to glue down the foam (double sided tape works well). Otherwise the force from the cut will „pull up“ the material leading to rips/ holes in the foam. Ask me how I know. ;)

Most amazing to me was the feeling you get when looking at the results. Strangely calming and satisfying to have such an orderly workshop. At least for me, this is new. Usually the shop is a mess.
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« Reply #208 on: March 27, 2022, 03:35 PM »
Very nice cutting, with different depth cuts. The shaper does a great job.
Thanks!
Yes I can only agree.
Sometimes it ca get sticky when trying to push the origin across the foam, but so far no major issues.

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Re: Show your systainer
« Reply #209 on: March 27, 2022, 07:14 PM »
Is this product sold in the USA? It looks different form you pictures to the product of the same name in the USA, which looks like Kaizen foam, which I am not a real fan of. this looks nicer,