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Sweet sweet sweet! I'm stoked, I was really wanting the 350. BECAUSE of the reduced vibration,mi was at Woodcraft yesterday and played with the 250 and 350 they didn't have the 400 in at the time but the 350 is quieter and is a little easier on the hands than the 400 according to the rep there. And the Vecturo is supposedly the Super anyways and has the harder from end as opposed to the free floating housing. Thanks for this!!
Oh and TJ called. Wicked nice kid! All set and will be en route tomorrow to ya!
now is there a way to put a dust collection method to the vecturo like the multimaster
The attachment № 92602075018 features in this video:At 5:52 one can see it's been fixed by "Omega"-shaped hooks that, in their turn, anchor the dust extractor to the SuperCut ventilation "windows". It can well be, it'll fit to Vecturo perfectly, since their shapes are similar. But it'll be dust extraction a la SuperCut, not a la MultiMaster.
Anyone know if this should also work with a multimaster? Not sure if they use the same housing
I have the Supercut and the Festool plunge attachment works perfectly unless you are using the adapter to use the regular multimaster blades. The adapter holds the multimaster blades out further than the magnet on the plunge attachment. The plunge attachment does not fit the regular multimasrter...the drive heads are not the same.
Hmmm, sounds like I need to let go of my Fein and get the Vecturo if I want the capabilities of the depth stop...