Author Topic: If I could pick just one NAINA tool to add to my stack, it would be...  (Read 11273 times)

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Offline Samo

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If all the cms modules were available I'd buy the cms today, and all the modules.

Me too!

Even if the Precisio CS70 was also available ?


Shane said "CS-70,50 or Precisio   Don't hold your breath"  Screw it! I voted anyway.
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Offline Brice Burrell

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Protool

I voted for Protool too.  That choice at least looks promising.  My second choice would be the TS insert for the CMS.

Offline bigjonh

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Protool

I voted for Protool too.  That choice at least looks promising.  My second choice would be the TS insert for the CMS.

My thoughts exactly. I'm a remodeler so a lot of the Protool line appeals most, than the TS insert.

Offline fdengel

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I'm voting for the Carvex since I actually want that one (even though I know it's coming anyway...)

I agree it makes sense to ask for added CMS modules to actually make it into a system, but for my part, it wouldn't be the TS module... I personally don't care much for table saws, would be more likely to go for the jigsaw module.

I would go for the OF 2200 module if I knew it could actually handle the nearly-4-inch bits that the smaller ones apparently cannot?