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Classifieds / Re: FS: RO 150 sander
« Last post by frodo on Yesterday at 08:25 PM »
Price lowered to 450.00 shipped to ConUS
Festool and Tanos Systainers / Re: Systainer 1.12
« Last post by TOOLTOWN on Yesterday at 07:53 PM »
It was worth a shot.  Looked awesome while it lasted!

General Friendly Chat / Re: AAA - anyone still use?
« Last post by rst on Yesterday at 07:39 PM »
We've had AAA for 38 years and pay for our kids every year.  We started doing that for them as soon as they started paying their own way.  It was really reassuring when our oldest daughter was living in the Northwest as she was doing the five jobs to make half a living thing.
Member Projects / Re: Ipe Offcut Table Tops
« Last post by Scott in Bend on Yesterday at 07:24 PM »
Nice tables, Edward.  It looks a fun puzzle to put together.  You seem to tackle some challenging and cool projects. 

I did not see that anyone posted here about Osmo Polyx Hard Wax Oil 3054 Matte Clear.  It is formulated for floors and furniture.  For my take, it would be ideal for your table tops.  It is stain resistant and safe enough for children's toys. It is a two-coat process that you apply similar to Surfix products.  It dries ready for use in less than 48 hours.  If a repair is ever needed, just clean and apply another coat.

I buy mine online from World Class Supply in Delaware.
Festool Jigs & Tool Enhancements / Re: MFTC portable workshop
« Last post by Pizza Steve on Yesterday at 07:10 PM »
wow- first time I've seen a johnny ring used as a wheel!  Hope you work in cold climates!
Festool Tool Problems / Re: CMS Switch
« Last post by Samo on Yesterday at 06:54 PM »
Thanks Guys,

Yeah Tom, 

I fried the electronics in the switch.  TS 75 in the CMS plugged into an extractor.  I was full height/depth into solid MDF.

So, I should have/do know better. 

Need a breaker? Fusible link plugged into CMS before extractor.  Has anyone done something like that?  The switch is $50 BTW.

Thanks, Sam
Member Projects / Re: Ipe Offcut Table Tops
« Last post by Naildrivingman on Yesterday at 06:36 PM »
I see nothing on FTUSA site that specifically states the outdoor oil is food safe.  If one is using this product for one’s own purposes there are no restrictions on materials that can be used (conscience is the guide), BUT if one is catering to the public that is another story. I would not use any material for areas of food contact unless I had on file the proper MSDS to protect me.

As a matter of fact, the Festool Technical Data Sheet #223, points out these lines in bold letters.

Contains cobalt carboxylate - may trigger allergic reactions.

Contains iodine propynyl butyl carbamate - may trigger allergic reactions.
Thanks for posting that. I kinda figured SurFix was a no go for restaurant applications.  When dealing with the health department, it really pays to dot i’s and cross t’s.  I did a restaurant project ONCE, never again.  Too many hoops.
Finishing and Painting / Re: Help on Spraying BM Advance
« Last post by tjbnwi on Yesterday at 06:25 PM »
Sure looks like a Kremlin

jmb stated in his post said it is a rebadged Kremlin.

Finishing and Painting / Re: Help on Spraying BM Advance
« Last post by brewster201 on Yesterday at 06:22 PM »
Sure looks like a Kremlin
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