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Other Tools & Accessories / Re: Best bevel gauge?
« Last post by Cheese on Today at 10:51 AM »
They also recently had this One Time going for a smaller size pair.

I like their conventionally set bevel gauges so well that I ordered the latest 5" clutch set style.  [smile]  Let's see how that works out.
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The only improvement I would have liked to see is better motor/suction and a return to the non-locking hose ends and connectors.
At the very least that would have been progress in the ease of use and performance of the tools, rather than more cosmetic lipstick and gimmicks.
(the new filter change without opening the vac and manual cleaning are nice additions too I suppose…) but those hose connectors…
god, I hate them, i hate them with an unhealthy passion!
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Member Connections and Introductions / Re: New(ish) to the group
« Last post by Euclid on Today at 10:13 AM »
I've only just entered the world of Festool sanders (with a Rotex), though my 'gateway drugs' were a CSX, the Centotec sysytem and the KALII lamp.

Somewhat oddly (perhaps) I discovered Festool via the Systainers, having begun a collection of those some time before I realised that a) other brands used them too, and b) that Festool actually made tools as well...
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Other Tools & Accessories / Re: Best bevel gauge?
« Last post by SRSemenza on Today at 10:10 AM »
They also recently had this One Time going for a smaller size pair.

          https://www.woodpeck.com/onetime-tool-boat-builder-s-bevel-gauge.html

Seth
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that just sounds like they over complexed the problem.  Adding RFDI tags into every hose?   Also airflow is dependant on more than just the size of a hose, length, clogging, the tool, etc matter too.  A vacuum relay in the vacuum would have done the job. Soon as the machine is working to hard, shut it off.  Works for cars/furnaces/etc  should have been fine here.
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Integration of chain lube is interesting. Does the Prazi have that?

Not that I recall. What the skil doesn't have is the ability to use a track like the Festool sword.
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Integration of chain lube is interesting. Does the Prazi have that?
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Never mind...i see there is a dust port..
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This is great... But no dust extraction.... I realize the festool sword saw extraction is minimal, but any is better than none. I've used the prazi and was underwhelmed. May have to try this....
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Festool Jigs & Tool Enhancements / Re: Tiny cyclones
« Last post by RogerConnerTN on Today at 09:09 AM »
I have ty he Oneida Dust Deputy designed to go with the Festool system.  It sits on top of the dust extractor. At $299 it's expensive Doesn't take up more floor space but the yots ok brigvu as too tall to fit under a table.


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