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Offline erock

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+1 on start to finish. What size euro screws do you use?



Michael,

  I use 6.3 x 13 euro screws.

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Offline Michael Garrett

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Is your source McFeeley's?  I have 5 sets of those adjustable feet, so your next install video will be great.  Thanks Eric.
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Offline erock

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Is your source McFeeley's?  I have 5 sets of those adjustable feet, so your next install video will be great.  Thanks Eric.


No Michael,  I go to my local mom and pop woodworking store for my screws and door hinges. 


Eric

Offline skids

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Wow! Good stuff mang!! Music Montages, credits..Loving the progress! And the content is great, I would have no idea what to do with that LR32 thingy, but thanks to you I am interested and following these.
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Offline sprior

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There are lots of videos of individual procedures and a few of complete cabinet construction.  What makes the complete videos so useful is that nobody builds cabinets exactly the same way so if I watch a complete build video and then your individual procedure video I end up reconciling the little differences between te techniques and I might miss the important aspects of your workflow like the fact that you do the edge banding before you make the LR32 holes.  So while your current videos really have been fantastic I see great value in seeing a start to finish video series of your particular workflow.

Offline erock

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Wow! Good stuff mang!! Music Montages, credits..Loving the progress! And the content is great, I would have no idea what to do with that LR32 thingy, but thanks to you I am interested and following these.


Thanks dude!   All in good time my friend, you will find a reason to pick up the LR32 "thingy" LOL

Just like the rest of the Festool line, just when you think you have what you need, you find a reason too buy more!   [tongue]

And the music comes from the  engineer I work with.  He's working on more music for me too use. 


Eric

Offline erock

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There are lots of videos of individual procedures and a few of complete cabinet construction.  What makes the complete videos so useful is that nobody builds cabinets exactly the same way so if I watch a complete build video and then your individual procedure video I end up reconciling the little differences between te techniques and I might miss the important aspects of your workflow like the fact that you do the edge banding before you make the LR32 holes.  So while your current videos really have been fantastic I see great value in seeing a start to finish video series of your particular workflow.



Well, I did buy a sheet of plywood from Lowe's yesterday.   A sheet of 18mm maple originally  priced at $51 I picked up for $25 because it had a couple

deep scratches on it......so, maybe I could use that for a complete build video.  I bought it because it was cheaper then a sheet of 3/4" MDF which I use

for jigs.  Let me talk to my talent agent and check my schedule,   [scared]  [tongue]

I have a couple more videos in mind for the LR32 I want to finish first,  so after that let me think about it.

Thanks,
Eric

Offline JoggleStick

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G'day Eric,
I'd like to see you do a video on a complete cabinet... For a couple of reasons...

Firstly, as you've no doubt gathered by now, there are many ways to 'skin the cat'... Point being that you've already given us a fair slab of your work-flow. A complete cabinet would help greatly to 'fill in the gaps'. I personally enjoy watching others work-flow as invariably I pick up little tweaks and quirks and whatnot.

Secondly, because you have a very pleasant and natural manner, your videos are enjoyable to watch.

All the best and thanks for your time and effort, it is appreciated.

Andrew
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Offline neilc

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Eric

These videos are really well done.  Great content and production quality.  Thanks for sharing them.  I'm sure they take a lot of your time.

neil

Offline erock

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Eric

These videos are really well done.  Great content and production quality.  Thanks for sharing them.  I'm sure they take a lot of your time.

neil



Neil,
  Thanks for the feedback.  It does take a while to produce a 10 minute video.  Especially  with my vintage laptop purchased in 2010. 

I'm thinking about upgrading my system.


Eric


Offline farms100

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fantastic video series!  you have done a really nice job explaining the 32 mm system. its a great companion to the various books and articles about the system.

I'm waiting for an excuse to pick up the LR32 myself.
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Offline Alli

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Hi Eric,

Thanks for some great vids on using the LR32. I've got some cabinets to do soon, I think you twisted my arm to invest in the system, it looks great.

I hope you do some other videos using other festool systems, I found these very informative.

Cheers
David
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Offline erock

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Hi Eric,

Thanks for some great vids on using the LR32. I've got some cabinets to do soon, I think you twisted my arm to invest in the system, it looks great.

I hope you do some other videos using other festool systems, I found these very informative.

Cheers
David

Dave
 [thumbs up]      just a little twist!   Once you pick it up and practice with it, please share what you make with it.

Thanks,
Eric

Offline erock

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fantastic video series!  you have done a really nice job explaining the 32 mm system. its a great companion to the various books and articles about the system.

I'm waiting for an excuse to pick up the LR32 myself.


The excuse is you can use it for more then line boring.  You can use it to make a MFT  top or other creative things.  I've used it to make a jig or two !  [wink]

Thanks,
Eric

Offline Samo

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Eric,

We need another Video!  I grabbed my Cutie and poured her some Chardonnay.  We cuddled up and I put on your last Video.  She got all bored and wanted to watch Castle!

What's up with that?

I have some Orville Redenbacher all ready to go.   [popcorn]

Sam

Offline fshanno

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Eric,

We need another Video!  I grabbed my Cutie and poured her some Chardonnay.  We cuddled up and I put on your last Video.  She got all bored and wanted to watch Castle!

What's up with that?

I have some Orville Redenbacher all ready to go.   [popcorn]

Sam

I bet Castle could get into Festool.  And he would love these videos and Beckett would be bored.
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Offline rrmccabe

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I am really enjoying the videos !

Thanks for doing it.

But have to say...  do you like spinach. LOL
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Offline erock

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Eric,

We need another Video!  I grabbed my Cutie and poured her some Chardonnay.  We cuddled up and I put on your last Video.  She got all bored and wanted to watch Castle!

What's up with that?

I have some Orville Redenbacher all ready to go.   [popcorn]

Sam



[thumbs up]   [big grin]  Good one Sam


Offline erock

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I am really enjoying the videos !

Thanks for doing it.

But have to say...  do you like spinach. LOL


Spinach?  Um....I do in my juice drinks and salads.

Offline rrmccabe

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Spinach?  Um....I do in my juice drinks and salads.

LOL, you have arms like Popeye.

I hope I never make you angry :)
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Offline erock

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Spinach?  Um....I do in my juice drinks and salads.

LOL, you have arms like Popeye.

I hope I never make you angry :)


OH!   LOL     My other hobby was bodybuilding.  The arms are needed when benching 415 pounds   [tongue]
But those days are over.  I lost the need to push my body to extremes with the dieting and lifting. 


Eric

Offline farms100

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The excuse is you can use it for more then line boring.  You can use it to make a MFT  top or other creative things.  I've used it to make a jig or two !  [wink]

Thanks,
Eric

I have a very nice traditional work bench, and  lack of space shop for another table/work surface . I dont know about you, but any flatish spots tends to collect clutter in my shop.
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Offline erock

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  Part 6 guys.    This video covers the adjustable legs I use for base cabinets, so it's not going to be for everyone.  But it shows how you can use the

LR32 system for more then just line boring holes in the sides of the cabinets.   I'm still looking for other ways to use the LR32 system and this is

just one example of what I have come up with.   Check it out and as always comments welcome!



Sam buddy, I hope you still have some popcorn available   [wink]






                             http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeZaTE34_uQ&feature=youtu.be







Thanks,

Eric

Offline erock

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Re: A LR32 video. part 6 added.
« Reply #83 on: May 11, 2013, 09:29 PM »


And just a little FYI.....it was suggested to me that I make a playlist for this series of videos.  So I've done that in case anyone wanted to watch all

the videos in series.    The playlist is on my youtube channel.


Sorry, but I forget who the member was that made that wise suggestion, but you know who you are  [embarassed].


Thanks,
Eric

Offline Michael Garrett

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Re: A LR32 video. part 6 added.
« Reply #84 on: May 11, 2013, 11:03 PM »
Where did you get your guide bushings and router bits.  I have the same legs and wanted to do the same, was waiting on your video.  Good job.  Thanks.
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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Re: A LR32 video. part 6 added.
« Reply #85 on: May 11, 2013, 11:11 PM »
Where did you get your guide bushings and router bits.  I have the same legs and wanted to do the same, was waiting on your video.  Good job.  Thanks.

Hey Michael,   You can use guide bushings for Porter Cable routers with the OF1400.

But I bought mine from Woodcraft.

http://www.woodcraft.com/product/2004855/7678/1-od-x-78-id-bushing.aspx

And...

http://www.woodcraft.com/product/2004855/7679/bushing-lock-nut.aspx


Router bits from Woodcraft as well. 

Thanks,
Eric

Offline Michael Garrett

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Re: A LR32 video. part 6 added.
« Reply #86 on: May 11, 2013, 11:17 PM »
Thanks, I'm going to order the 10-pc bushing set from them.
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Offline erock

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Re: A LR32 video. part 6 added. part 7 added
« Reply #87 on: May 19, 2013, 08:59 PM »

Hello guys/girls.

   This is the last video  for the series of videos I did for the LR32 system.

Please note that this video does not show the LR32 in use, but I wanted to show how using the LR32 a long with the rest of the Festool system

can make building a cabinet Faster, Easier and Smarter.  Plus I'm showing how I install drawer front for European style cabinets.

If you watched the other videos then you know it's a top secret that I may get in trouble for sharing, something the pro's don't want you to know.   [tongue]


I hope I helped some of you guys with understanding the LR32 system a little better.  I got to be honest with you, it feels going doing the

videos if it helps just one guy.  I'm glad I could make them available as a way to contribute to this great community we have on the FOG.







                                                       



Thanks for all the positive feed back guys.   [big grin]


Eric

Offline Michael Garrett

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Re: A LR32 video. The last video of the series. Video 7
« Reply #88 on: May 19, 2013, 09:18 PM »
Yet another great video.  Thanks for the tips.
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Offline dicktill

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Re: A LR32 video. The last video of the series. Video 7
« Reply #89 on: May 19, 2013, 10:39 PM »
Eric,

Thanks for this whole great series.

-Dick

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