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Offline Scott Burt

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Festool Finish Line Magazine about Painting
« on: October 26, 2016, 05:46 PM »
Sharing this in the Paint and Finishing section for those who may not know that Festool puts out a free publication called "Finish Line".

It is part magazine, with articles featuring painters and drywallers in the act of painting and drywalling. And it is part catalog, showing all of the bits of kit that are relevant to painters. Fun all around fix.

Learn more and read Finish Line by going here:

http://topcoatreview.com/2016/10/festool-finish-line-2/


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Re: Festool Finish Line Magazine about Painting
« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2017, 12:30 AM »
Just received the latest edition today. Rather interesting. I did note that the new cordless sanders were not offered in a kit form, ie with a battery and a charger. Rather everything was ala carte.

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Re: Festool Finish Line Magazine about Painting
« Reply #2 on: October 08, 2017, 10:24 AM »
Scott, Thanks for the link.

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Not sure exactly what is shown in Finish Line but the sanders are available in three delivery configurations.     

    Basic = Tool only (no battery , no charger), Systainer.

    Plus =  Tool, 2x batteries, charger, Systainer

    Set =   Tool, 2x batteries, charger, power adapter, Systainer

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Re: Festool Finish Line Magazine about Painting
« Reply #3 on: October 08, 2017, 11:09 AM »

Not sure exactly what is shown in Finish Line but the sanders are available in three delivery configurations.     

    Basic = Tool only (no battery , no charger), Systainer.

    Plus =  Tool, 2x batteries, charger, Systainer

    Set =   Tool, 2x batteries, charger, power adapter, Systainer


Well that's what I thought, that's the reason it struck me as odd that just the bare tool was listed and the battery was listed separately.

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Re: Festool Finish Line Magazine about Painting
« Reply #4 on: October 08, 2017, 11:16 AM »

Not sure exactly what is shown in Finish Line but the sanders are available in three delivery configurations.     

    Basic = Tool only (no battery , no charger), Systainer.

    Plus =  Tool, 2x batteries, charger, Systainer

    Set =   Tool, 2x batteries, charger, power adapter, Systainer


Well that's what I thought, that's the reason it struck me as odd that just the bare tool was listed and the battery was listed separately.


Hmmmm, yes.

Seth