Author Topic: Does Festool make an LS 130 accessory kit like they do for the Carvex?  (Read 458 times)

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Offline bwehman

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Seems like it'd make sense that they do, but I can't find it, so assuming they don't. What do people do with all those attachments? Get a separate systainer?

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Offline JD2720

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No Festool does not make an accessory kit. They do have a lot of different styles of bases for the LS130.

Offline bigshaw929

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You must have been like me and just ordered it off the recon site


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Offline SRSemenza

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You will have to make your own.  A Sys-II will hold a bunch of paper and profiles. These are pictures of my first one in a Classic. But I have transfered it to a T-Loc. Most of the flat pads will fit into the sander Sys-I.  A Sys -I on top of a Sys-II makes a handy stack for the sander and all the pads.

       


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Offline PaulMarcel

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I like Seth's solution, but then again, he's the definitive Systainer dude! <we are not worthy emoji that doesn't yet exist>

I will suggest getting the scraper attachment. Makes pulling veneer off pretty easy. Also used it to correct parts of my floor before applying new flooring (engineered flooring and tile). Don't neglect to notice that you could drill 2 holes in the scraper for shop-built accessories that you simply screw on/bolt-on.
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Here is the current incarnation all filled up. Still a Sys - I on top of a Sys - II.  Managed to get eight different abrasives, all the premade pads, the scraper, the long pad, the wide pad, plus a couple custom pads into the two Systainers.

                       



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