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Festool How To... / Level work table (How to?)
« Last post by webpp on Yesterday at 10:07 AM »
Hello guys,

I would like to know how you guys set up your working area such as the MFT or your miter saw or your table saw to be level?

I do my woodworking in my garage which is slightly sloped toward the drain. All my tools are portable and I move it often from place to place for different tasks. I was wondering what is the best effective way to ensure that when setting up your miter saw or table saw or the MFT table that it is perfectly level and at 0 degrees so that all your cuts are 90 degrees and plum.

An idea: putting four bubble level on each corner of the table to level it, is that the best way?
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Member Projects / Re: A couple of frames
« Last post by Cochese on Yesterday at 10:05 AM »
I like the first one, as I'm more of a simple modern man myself. I can obviously see the skill in the second one as well.
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Thanks. Irma wasn't really a big thing on the north side of Atlanta thankfully, just rain that came through the gaps on the roof when I ran out of tape. I'm actually wanting it to rain soon so I can test the tape. The side I did tape did leak through slightly, so I added another layer overlapping and paid more attention to rolling.

It's very surreal to see it standing in the backyard after years of hoping it would happen.
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Member Projects / Re: Mid Century Modern credenza
« Last post by Cochese on Yesterday at 09:59 AM »
That's friggin' classy. I think it would look really great with the mentioned huge TV on the wall with this serving as the AV receiver/dish box/video game console stand.
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Festool Tools & Accessories / Re: TSC 55 performance question.
« Last post by Marven on Yesterday at 09:58 AM »
I will try the three battery idea.  Thanks to all.
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Festool Tools & Accessories / Re: TSC 55 performance question.
« Last post by Marven on Yesterday at 09:55 AM »
Where did you take it to? And how did you get there?

I only go to builds that I can drive my Chev Van Toolbox to.
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Member Projects / Re: Mid Century Modern credenza
« Last post by escan on Yesterday at 09:54 AM »
well done
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Member Projects / Re: What gauge nailer & nails?
« Last post by Rob-GB on Yesterday at 09:49 AM »
You could use 18ga to hold them up with a good bead of construction adhesive behind for permanent fixing but I do like bkharman's screw and keyhole router bit idea, makes a neat job that is demountable for future decoration.

Rob.
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Sales & Dealer Area / Re: Festool Sanding Kit from Connect
« Last post by Festool USA on Yesterday at 09:46 AM »
The HMS-SYS abrasive assortment Systainer is not available in the US or CA. As @Shane Holland mentioned, we will use them for demo purposes, which is why it was at Festool Connect. We don't currently have plans to release it in North America.

(Tyler)
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Looking nice mate!  I am a big fan of zip walls. Make the process so easy (albeit not cheapish). Look like the last hurricane didn’t impact too much, and hope the same for Maria.

Nice digs!

Cheers. Bryan.


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