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Sales & Dealer Area / Re: Festool Connect 2019?
« Last post by Peter Halle on Today at 07:58 PM »
As Seth said, nothing has been announced.

Festool has been traveling throughout the country doing educational programs to assist in the initiative to get more people interested in the trades lately.

Peter
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Member Projects / Re: MW 1000 clone
« Last post by Michael Kellough on Today at 07:51 PM »
@ Peter Lloyd said “but that wasn't really the point, I wanted to build one myself.”

Well done!
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Sales & Dealer Area / Re: Festool Connect 2019?
« Last post by c_dwyer on Today at 07:51 PM »
I suppose it will be at their HQ location again, which makes sense. Wondering if they'll ever do another one in R.I., which was my first intro to the line.

Nothing like handing out a Sys-2 Toolbox to everyone in the audience to get attendees hooked.  In my case, it was a great return on their investment. I'm afraid to add up all the Festool purchases that I've made during the last 5 years. Certainly enjoyed the guest speakers, as well as the demo's.
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Festool Tools & Accessories / Re: Festool Angle Grinder
« Last post by Michael Kellough on Today at 07:49 PM »
Wonder if Festool is going to allow Bluetooth vac/start with this potential spark throwing tool?
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Festool Tools & Accessories / Re: Festool Angle Grinder
« Last post by Michael Kellough on Today at 07:47 PM »
Curious @Cheese why you use the thicker cut off wheel for this? Does this give better control?

Surface concrete so it’s smooth if you want to cap it with stone.

I use my Milwaukee 18 volt with a .040” thick cut-off wheel to cut bolts and screws to unusual lengths.

Maybe you misread? I don’t know of a thinner wheel other than some small diameter disks for Dremel.
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Festool Tools & Accessories / Re: Festool Angle Grinder
« Last post by ear3 on Today at 07:44 PM »
Curious @Cheese why you use the thicker cut off wheel for this? Does this give better control?

Surface concrete so it’s smooth if you want to cap it with stone.

I use my Milwaukee 18 volt with a .040” thick cut-off wheel to cut bolts and screws to unusual lengths.
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@Cheese  the fixture has four rows of led’s, 6 led’s per row per 2”. Overall length of rows is 45.5” so 45.5/2 = 22.75 x 24 = 546 led’s. BRIGHT!!!

Doh! Noticed in the enlarged photo that the columns of led’s are numbered. The last is 110 so there are 440 led’s.
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Etching inks don’t smell too bad but after printing mineral spirits is used to clean the plate.

What was it that made the old mimeo supply smell good?
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Festool Tools & Accessories / Re: Festool Angle Grinder
« Last post by Birdhunter on Today at 06:25 PM »
I use a Dremel tool to trim bolts to length.
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Finishing and Painting / Re: 3M PPS Series 2 - Fuji
« Last post by Cyisone01 on Today at 06:18 PM »
I was looking at the 3M PPS 2.0 - does it work with the fuji guns?  I have the Q5 with the T70 and T75g.  I am not sure what I should be ordering.  I contacted Fuji and they told me the series 2.0 was not compatible but from your comments above it may be?
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