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Member Projects / Re: Apothecary chest
« Last post by Koamolly on Yesterday at 09:30 PM »
Such beautiful work and photos.  I was curious as to what sort of drawer pulls you’re thinking of using?
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General Friendly Chat / Re: Coffee Maker Recommendations
« Last post by Koamolly on Yesterday at 09:23 PM »
I also have a Technivorm with the carafe.  I use an AreoPress for single cups.  Lots of good reviews and usually only $25 with one of Bed Bath and Beyond's 20% off coupons.
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Building Materials / Re: Dominofix plate material?
« Last post by Svar on Yesterday at 09:18 PM »
OK, I have found where is this stuff is used. The question no becomes how to get it. It is Solid Phenolic Core Panels like the ones used in restrooms. So this stuff is everywhere, but in the material stream. Suggestions? Besides raiding the local bathrooms.
That might be different grade of panels then used in router plates or Dominofix jig. It would be extremely expensive for bathroom dividers.
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Building Materials / Re: Dominofix plate material?
« Last post by tallgrass on Yesterday at 09:15 PM »
OK, I have found where is this stuff is used. The question no becomes how to get it. It is Solid Phenolic Core Panels like the ones used in restrooms. So this stuff is everywhere, but in the material stream. Suggestions? Besides raiding the local bathrooms.
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General Friendly Chat / Re: Coffee Maker Recommendations
« Last post by Michael Kellough on Yesterday at 08:48 PM »
I’m on the anti-snob end of the spectrum. I use a little Cusinart 4 cup dripper but I hate weak coffee so I use Bustelo fine ground espresso and paper filters. It makes four small cups but if you were at my house you could just add some water to your cup.
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Ask Festool / Suggestion regarding Festool Roadshow
« Last post by Alanbach on Yesterday at 08:46 PM »
I wanted you to know that I think that the Roadshow is a great program and should be expanded. My Festool dealer is great but they just don’t know your full product product line very well. They have one person that is very knowledgeable and beyond that, not so much. Your line is so extensive and some of your product lines contain so much specialization that I think the expertise of your people is needed to help Festool become all they can be in the US (or elsewhere). Programs like the Roadshow bring that expertise right to my backdoor and that is really important and effective. I met a lady with an accent (German I think) at the Houston roadshow. I told her of a complaint I had about my new ETS EC (my first Festool purchase) tipping over and in about two seconds she showed me how to hold that sander properly and I have been in love with it ever since. Even if it is not the Roadshow but more tool events held at dealer locations and run by FT experts, I think that would be very beneficial. Thank you for listening!
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Festool Tools & Accessories / Re: Domino Pin Stop Removal?
« Last post by Dick Mahany on Yesterday at 08:34 PM »
The "flippers" can also be locked in the retracted position. The DF500 supplemental manual covers this.  I locked mine out for a few operations but wouldn't want to completely remove them just in case I needed them in the future.

As Sedge says.....I hope, this Helps!

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Festool Tools & Accessories / Re: Won a Festool Sander at the Roadshow
« Last post by Alanbach on Yesterday at 08:26 PM »
Wow guys! I didn’t know that I had to watch my wording (“they go around the country”) that carefully! I am in Houston which is somewhat west and quite south but whatever😊. Here let’s try this again ... they make a number of stops around the country while skipping many more cities and offending many as they pass. Is that better? 😊😊😊 Please don’t take me too seriously. I was just trying to answer the mans question. When they were here in the Houston area they were here two or three days in a row at different dealer’s locations so I definitely think that the comments regarding how much the dealers influence this are very true!
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Festool Tools & Accessories / Re: Domino Pin Stop Removal?
« Last post by darita on Yesterday at 08:24 PM »
This must be the older model, with pins, rather than flippers.  I don't see a way to remove them.
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