So the handover point for the optical fibre cable was installed today.
This is what the actual cable looks like:
This is how it was left when they "shot" the cable through:
Today they started by drilling some holes for the cable clips. They asked for a vac, so I gave them my CTL-SYS - they were pretty amazed and liked it - especially the auto on/off - lol. Seems there is a lot left to do for Festool marketing
This, + a BHC 18 (instead of the corded Bosch 2-28 and a C or T 18 instead of the Metabo + Systainers and a Sortainer for all the fasteners and clips would make their life soooooo much easier... @festool
I'll handover the company's address for a little revenue in Festools....
The Bosch 2-28
Some tinkering with cable ties
Drilling for the handover point
Needs to be screwed to the wall...
This is what the handover point looks like on the (visible) inside - on the back there's some sort of reel where some of the cable goes - I guess as a kind of strain relief.
The connector cables inside the handover point get "welded" to the incoming cables. This is done with this fun little machine, a fusion splicer (Fitel S177). Here's a video on how it is used (not mine) ->
Testing and measuring. A-OK.
So this was the last post on this matter - hope everyone enjoyed the journey!