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planetbutler
looking for workbench
planetbutler

A couple of weeks ago on your program one of the guys was using a table with a grid of holes in it that he was able to use to mount a hand held belt sander. I think he also used it to mount his router upsidedown. I love the idea of being able to take hand tools and mount them in a stationary position. Where can I find a table like that?

PutnamEco
Re: looking for workbench
PutnamEco

Was it one of Festools MFT tables?? didn't see the show, but I have seen other Festool tools on the show.

Fencepost
Re: looking for workbench
Fencepost

Just an FYI, I don't think anyone involved with the show actually looks at this forum. It seems to be more related to the magazine.

Near as I can tell, there's only one employee of TOH Ventures assigned to monitoring/managing this forum.

jkirk
Re: looking for workbench
jkirk

the bench your talking about was made by festool, a very high end and extremely expensive brand of tools.. case in point their 5" orbital sander goes for about $4-500. and their mitre saw is $1300 american or $1800 canadian

Huffinator
Re: looking for workbench
Huffinator

is it miter or mitre? :)

ed21
Re: looking for workbench
ed21
Huffinator wrote:

is it miter or mitre? :)

It depends if a bishop is cutting it.

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