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Sales & Dealer Area / Re: FestoolRecon.com coming VERY soon (US)
« Last post by #Tee on Yesterday at 08:45 PM »
ya but not everyone here and those that are still on the fence about their first festool purchase..seeing its their first chance to get one at a discount.
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Sales & Dealer Area / Re: FestoolRecon.com coming VERY soon (US)
« Last post by Cheese on Yesterday at 08:44 PM »
they already have your email address.

Unless it has change. [eek]

Well I don’t know about others...but mine hasn’t changed in over 20 years.
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Member Projects / Re: What gauge nailer & nails?
« Last post by RKA on Yesterday at 08:31 PM »
My preference would be 15/16 ga nails right into studs, however if you like the key hole option, here is a variation that might be easier to manage and should work with 1/2" ply, but the hardware is a bit pricey.

http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=75964&cat=51&ap=1
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Sales & Dealer Area / Re: FestoolRecon.com coming VERY soon (US)
« Last post by Trosey on Yesterday at 08:12 PM »
they already have your email address.

Unless it has change. [eek]
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Sales & Dealer Area / Re: FestoolRecon.com coming VERY soon (US)
« Last post by Cheese on Yesterday at 08:01 PM »
i think they just want out email addresses for future money making opportunities

If you’ve ever registered a tool on-line with Festool...they already have your email address.  [tongue]
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Sales & Dealer Area / Re: FestoolRecon.com coming VERY soon (US)
« Last post by #Tee on Yesterday at 07:53 PM »
i think they just want our email addresses for future money making opportunities
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Sales & Dealer Area / Re: FestoolRecon.com coming VERY soon (US)
« Last post by ear3 on Yesterday at 07:13 PM »
Lol, I'd like to see that Lord of the Flies scenario if they were to do one individual item at a time...

Right, one tool at a time as in one model at a time. Not one single item.  Example  - ETS 150/5  recons available until sold out. Might be a hundred of them or however many.

Seth
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Festool How To... / Re: Level work table (How to?)
« Last post by Peter Halle on Yesterday at 07:02 PM »
Level - to the horizon so to speak - is not necessary in my world.  BUT having work surfaces in the same plane can importantly come into play when you have multiple "horizontal" surfaces.  Make sure things slide without catching.

Peter
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General Friendly Chat / Re: Random anecdote about eBay scam
« Last post by ear3 on Yesterday at 06:50 PM »
Interesting -- thanks for posting.  The variation I have seen is where sellers offer items for a ridiculously low price, and then ask you to contact them directly about the item before ordering.  If you instead try to order through Amazon, the sale will be cancelled and they will send you a direct message asking to follow up with them directly.  That way they you aren't protected by Amazon if you were to purchase from them.

These sorts of scams tend to focus on high-price items across the board, and will include more things besides tools (expensive electronics, exercise machines).  A good giveaway is if you see a pot-pourri of unrelated items in the same seller's store, usually all with the same price.
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Member Projects / Re: Small reclaimed oak shelf
« Last post by Peter Halle on Yesterday at 06:47 PM »
You are the EverReady Bunny of projects.  Mind boggling to me.

I have to admit it isn't a style I would have in my home, BUT I could see this being passed on the family members.

Great job in my mind!   [thumbs up]

Peter
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