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Offline Festool USA

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Submit your vote in the poll at the top of the thread.

Ok, some of these products I'm not even very familiar with. So, reference the international website below for info.

http://www.festool.com/EN/Products/Pages/Product-Overview.aspx

Which would you want to add to your Systainer stack? If necessary, I can add to the list but chose the most likely candidates.

This is just for fun, don't expect the most voted for tool to show up next month, next year, or maybe even ever.  [unsure]

Shane

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Offline Greg Powers

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CMS TS Module to make the CMS a real system not just a one tool table...
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Offline woodie

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VAC SYS Set. Cool video by the way!
Green - MFT/3, FS 1080/2, FS 1400/2-LR32, FS 1900/2, FS 3000/2, Parallel Guide Set, CT 26E, CT MIDI, OF1400 EQ, LR32 Drilling Set, MFS 400 Set, MFS 700 Set, Domino DF700 Set, Domino DF500Q Set, C12 NiMH Set, T18+3 Set, 2011 Centrotec Set, RO150 FEQ, RTS400 EQ, LS130 EQ, Planex LHS225, and various accessories

Red - KSS80 EC/370, MT55cc, P1cc, F160, F110 and Aerofix Guide Rails.

Offline Kev

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Save for the 7mm stroke sander we get all of that in Oz ... reminds me of how much you guys are missing out on. Something I haven't seen down under is the range of boom arms, energy boxes, turbines, etc (they're too serious for my personal use anyway - but I'm sure there's some serious workshops in the US that they'd fit into nicely).

Offline Festool USA

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Guys, remember to use the poll, even if you post your choice in the thread. Maybe Germany will see it and realize that we need tools!  [wink]

Offline Michael Garrett

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CMS TS Module so I can mount my TS75 and purchase the TS55R.
CT 26 HEPA, MFT/3 (2), TS 75 EQ, OF 1400 EQ,  DF 500 SET, CXS SET, C 15+3 SET, Ti-15 Basic, CENTROTEC INSTALLER SET 98-PC, TRADESMAN/INSTALLER CLEANING SET, DOMINO ASSORTMENT SYSTEM, LR 32 HOLE DRILLING SET, GUIDE RAIL FS 3000 (1), GUIDE RAIL ACCESSORY KIT, GUIDE RAIL FS 1400/2  (2), GUIDE RAIL FS 1900/2  (2), GUIDE RAIL FS 1400/2 LR 32  (1), Veritas MFT Clamping Kit,  Imperial & Metric Zorbo Forstner Bit Sets, RO 90, ETS 150/3, PSB 420 EBQ w/Accessory Kit, WCR-1000, PARALLEL GUIDE SET, CT 26 BOOM ARM SET, Veritas® Drilling Kit, MFK 700 EQ Router Set

Offline erock

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VAC SYS SET  baby!

It would be a great addition to my Festool system !  

 If I could write this in German I would in case the big boss over in Germany was reading   [big grin]   [tongue]


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Offline SRSemenza

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Seriously ? Just one?  Oh man  ???  ???   [sad]

OK, I went for belt sanders WITH frame. 



Seth

Offline ScotF

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Vac Sys all the way for me...

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Offline nanook

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I'd add a Surfix Oiler - since they are Not Available in Canada  [crying]
Protool was a close second to the TS module for the CMS
« Last Edit: April 27, 2013, 01:06 AM by nanook »

Offline PaulMarcel

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Seriously ? Just one?  Oh man  ???  ???   [sad]

OK, I went for belt sanders WITH frame. 

Seth


...and a fine choice, Seth; me, too!  If it wasn't a SysMaxi package, I'd have had one sent over already.
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Offline GhostFist

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Protool

Offline CarolinaNomad

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all of the CMS Modules should be grouped into one as a selection. 
Jeff
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Offline Kev

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Seriously ? Just one?  Oh man  ???  ???   [sad]

OK, I went for belt sanders WITH frame. 

Seth


...and a fine choice, Seth; me, too!  If it wasn't a SysMaxi package, I'd have had one sent over already.

I'm really hoping for a fresh release of the belt sanders in the new midi T-Loc. I think the ugly monster systainer is the only thing stopping me ... probably that stopped my itch for a Planex too (along with no wall to sand at the moment). Till they switch it I'll probably stick with my belt dust generator  [sad]

Online Alex

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You can buy the belt sanders without the systainer, you know.

Offline Memphis Larry

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CMS TS Module so I can mount my TS75 and purchase the TS55R.

This would also be my plan of action.
Domino, RO 150 FEQ, TS 75 EQ, MFT/3, LS 130 EQ, CT 33 E with Boom Arm and WCR-1000, HSK-SET Sanding Block Set, OF 1400, Kapex KS 120 EB with FastCap V2 Pro, MFK 700 EQ SET, Parallel Guide Set, CT Midi, Rotex RO 90 DX, Qwas Dogs & Qwas Rail Dogs, ETS 150/3, Granat Hand Sanding T-Loc Assortment, LR 32 Sys, SysLite, HL 850 E, Pocket Stickfix Hand Sanding, CXS Drill...

Offline Festoolfootstool

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Seriously ? Just one?  Oh man  ???  ???   [sad]

OK, I went for belt sanders WITH frame. 

Seth


...and a fine choice, Seth; me, too!  If it wasn't a SysMaxi package, I'd have had one sent over already.

I'm really hoping for a fresh release of the belt sanders in the new midi T-Loc. I think the ugly monster systainer is the only thing stopping me ... probably that stopped my itch for a Planex too (along with no wall to sand at the moment). Till they switch it I'll probably stick with my belt dust generator  [sad]

 I spoke with Bob (festool area something or other ) and I specifically asked if they was any plans to put the bs105 on the midi, there are none.. and I asked if there were any plans for inserts the answer was no.
If the milk turns out to be sour, I ain't the kind of **** to drink it.......

Why do Festool accessories only have a two month guarantee here in the UK ?

Offline Jaybolishes

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

Offline Runhard

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

Me too!
Daniel

Offline Bikeboy80

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CMS TS Module so I can mount my TS75 and purchase the TS55R.

This would also be my plan of action.

+2

I really need to retire my crappy portable table saw!  [unsure]
The Green Koolaid sure is sweet...

Kapex w/crown stops, Domino DF 500 Set, Syslites, PS300, RTS400, RO150, OF1010 w/LR32 Kit, TS75, 75" + (2) 55" rails, RO90, ETS125, RAS, Custom abrasive systainer, CTmini, CT36AC w/blastgates, PLANEX w/harness, TI15, T12+3 set, MFT/3 cross cut, Universal Cleaning set, Turbo Suction Brush, 12 drawer Sortainer, Extra Systainers with job specific tool collections

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Offline fatroman

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Since there was only a single option available, the Vac Sys.

But a big yes to all the CMS modules. If they were available, I'd run out to get the CMS.
El duende está lleno de mierda!

Offline Kev

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You can buy the belt sanders without the systainer, you know.

I couldn't bring myself to do that unless I had an immediate need ... I tend to buy stuff I like and make an excuse to use it. It's only a hobby after all.

Also, any tool I leave out just turns to rust. Even all of my metal tool boxes are rusting to various degrees. Plastic Systainers are a godsend for me.

Offline Kev

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Seriously ? Just one?  Oh man  ???  ???   [sad]

OK, I went for belt sanders WITH frame. 

Seth


...and a fine choice, Seth; me, too!  If it wasn't a SysMaxi package, I'd have had one sent over already.

I'm really hoping for a fresh release of the belt sanders in the new midi T-Loc. I think the ugly monster systainer is the only thing stopping me ... probably that stopped my itch for a Planex too (along with no wall to sand at the moment). Till they switch it I'll probably stick with my belt dust generator  [sad]

 I spoke with Bob (festool area something or other ) and I specifically asked if they was any plans to put the bs105 on the midi, there are none.. and I asked if there were any plans for inserts the answer was no.
That's a shame - looks like a custom insert for a midi may be a mid term project !  [cool]

Offline Kev

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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 ?

Offline RJNeal

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Seriously ? Just one?  Oh man  ???  ???   [sad]

OK, I went for belt sanders WITH frame. 



Seth



+1
Although I would like to see the CMS modules, I can still get them here...
But the belt sander or vac system in 110 volts count me in.


Rick


Have you walked your saw today?

Offline VictorL

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It's unfair. I need/want more than one position. 

Offline Runhard

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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 ?

I almost voted for the Precisio, but the CMS with all the modules would be more useful. Come to think of it, it might be a bad thing for me all the NAINA stuff were available because I would end up buying most of it even if I didn't need it. Actually I do not need any of my Festools, but I want them all  [drooling] [doh]
« Last Edit: April 27, 2013, 10:53 AM by Runhard »
Daniel

Offline VictorL

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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 ?

I almost voted for the Precisio, but the CMS with all the modules would be more useful. Come to think of it, it might be a bad thing for me all the NAINA stuff were available because I would end up buying most of it even if I didn't need it. Actually I do not need any of my Festools, but I want them all  [drooling] [doh]

Give us ANY table saw solution with precision fence and decent dust collection.  TS CMS module(s) will be more popular because of  its price. But it has many limitations.
Precisio with all attachments is very expensive. 

Offline epicxt

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I'm also in the CMS insert camp, although I could only vote for one, so I went with the TS insert since I've already got a 75 and a 55 and I need a new portable table saw badly.
n = number of Festools I've got.  (n + 1) = Festools I want

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