Author Topic: Festool Systainer Drawings  (Read 2680 times)

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Offline Phil B

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Festool Systainer Drawings
« on: February 28, 2007, 09:44 AM »
Here is a SketchUp drawing of some Festool systainers just in case someone might find them useful.  They are not 100% correct but are probably useable.  I’ll post these on my web and goggle’s site also.  I also plan of doing a more accurate MFT soon as well.

PMB
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Offline Bob Marino

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Re: Festool Systainer Drawings
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2007, 10:29 AM »
Here is a SketchUp drawing of some Festool systainers just in case someone might find them useful.  They are not 100% correct but are probably useable.  I’ll post these on my web and goggle’s site also.  I also plan of doing a more accurate MFT soon as well.

PMB
http://benchmark.20m.com


 Phil,

 Thanks and glad to see you here!!!

 Bob
Former Festool  Dealer since 2002; user well before that!