Author Topic: What - non Festool - tool / workshop related gizmo/stuff did you buy today?  (Read 106265 times)

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Offline ctvader

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Betterly rail connector...

Online Cheese

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yes the blade change feature leaves no reason to not switch one out when needed And the scoring looks very interesting...I’m “in”
Thanks....nice review in the other post very helpful

Just remember there is no riving knife...other than that, it's a sweet saw.

Offline rst

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I bought another Metabo tool box as the free 120v adaptor came and I needed a systainer to store it.  I had already bought on for the batteries and charger.  Amazon...$57.00.  And they do attach to Festools and Tamos, although a different  latch mechanism.

Offline GoingMyWay

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I kept seeing the Pica pencil being used in the various Festool USA and Festool International videos so I had to get 2 for myself.  I also got a Woodriver Low Angle Block Plane and the Jessem Clear-Cut Precision Stock Guides (on sale for $79.99 until July 31, 2020 at Woodcraft).

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Re: What non Festool tool did you buy today?
« Reply #604 on: July 11, 2020, 11:01 AM »
A 4" diameter anti-static dust hose and then just added some Magport fittings.


Offline SRSemenza

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Re: What non Festool tool did you buy today?
« Reply #605 on: July 11, 2020, 11:50 AM »
A 4" diameter anti-static dust hose and then just added some Magport fittings.

I think you had asked me about how this hose was working out. So far so good. Much better on my DW planer even without making sure the grounding path is complete.

Seth

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Re: What non Festool tool did you buy today?
« Reply #606 on: July 11, 2020, 12:11 PM »

I think you had asked me about how this hose was working out. So far so good. Much better on my DW planer even without making sure the grounding path is complete.


Good to hear Seth...I was wondering if I needed to do something about completing the ground path but I'll just use it first and see what happens.