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Ask Festool / Re: Amperage on Tool outlet CT36
« Last post by Eherby on Yesterday at 12:42 PM »
I will refer you to this.

    http://festoolownersgroup.com/ask-festool/amp-rating-on-festool-dust-extractor-outlet/

  There are quite a number of discussions on this also.

Seth
Thank you.


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Ask Festool / Re: Amperage on Tool outlet CT36
« Last post by Eherby on Yesterday at 12:41 PM »
@Eherby   Welcome to the forum!  [smile]

     How long have you been using your Rotex on the CT without a problem?

Seth
My Rotex and CT 24 are 5 years old..... I think.  I also have a Domino.   


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It's a trick to line it up perfectly flush and plywood varies a little in thickness anyway.  Most woodworkers glue it on thicker and trim off the excess.  There will also be a glue squeeze out line the trimming cut removes. 
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Ask Festool / Re: boom arm for CT26– new hose?
« Last post by Mario Turcot on Yesterday at 12:34 PM »
The boom arm has the same 50 mm extension hose. It is not one of the new smooth ones.

I went to LeeValley during lunch and looked at their display. The hose you talking is the non anti-static grey hose right? about 3m long

Mario
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Various Woodworking & Crafts Topics / Re: Cutting The reclaimed beam
« Last post by lwoirhaye on Yesterday at 12:30 PM »
While the resawing and miter cuts could be done on a band saw, the amount of time you'll spend setting up the saw for the first time and getting the outfeed supports secured will add up.   The miters will still require additional work  if you want them to be tight.

Another approach would be to use a beam saw  to cut kerfs in either edge of the beam and split the rest using a reciprocating saw with a long blade on it.   A table saw may work too.   If you can get your hands on a steel rip blade without carbide teeth I think that would be a good choice considering the nails.

In terms of mitering, I might approach that by cutting to within 1/2" of the final miter and try to push out the nails that are going to interfere with the final cut.    Once the ends are mitered to final dimensions  some hand work may help get tighter joints.  Reinsert the nails after.  While you can just have at it and try cutting through the nails, they will interfere with an sanding or planing after the cut is made.
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Other Tools & Accessories / Re: Some new Wera goodness!
« Last post by Mario Turcot on Yesterday at 12:23 PM »
I wanted to buy a few Wera screwdrivers, but I didn't cuz they all have the same color handle and are indistinguishable from each other in a tool bag. I like to know exactly what I'm pulling out of the bag even when tools are in the wrong place at times

Same here, I found that Felo set. They are the same color but with identification from the top. It's hard to find a complete set and buying individually comes pretty expensive  [mad]

I bet Wiha, Wera and Felo are all sleeping in the same bed  [eek] (nothing wrong with that tho)

Mario
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I'm getting a Vito next week and got a fairly amount of systainers, Kapex 120 with The UG-set and a CTM 26 to fit into it. I would like to have all the tools on the drivers side.

Does anyone of you have one with racking or maybe some good tips please tell me!

Thanks in advance
Per

Hey there!
Ive been refining my Sprinter and have had a fair amount of luck with some shelving ideas. I'd be happy to share.
Jonno
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Ask Festool / Re: boom arm for CT26– new hose?
« Last post by Festool USA on Yesterday at 12:02 PM »
The boom arm has the same 50 mm extension hose. It is not one of the new smooth ones.
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Workshops and Mobile Vehicle-Based Shops / Jonno's Sprinter Van
« Last post by jonnoscustom on Yesterday at 12:02 PM »
Hi there FOGGERS,

Just wanted to share some images of my Sprinter set up for Cabinet installations.
I also have SKP files of my own installers version of a festool workbench, I call it the Festable.
If your interested in more about Jonno's System, let me know.
Happy Installs!

Jonno
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Member Projects / Re: Post for island
« Last post by Mario Turcot on Yesterday at 12:01 PM »
Oh gosh, I miss read.. 4mm that's right  [embarassed]

Thanks for the Freud bit set tips. There is 4 Rona at less then 12km from my place, I should be able to find a set  [cool]

Mario
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