Robert, great build. When you say the polycarbonate has dulled do you mean just in color or something that is affecting performance? How thick is your poly? Also, it looks like you attached it to the bottom with screws into to the outer blocks. Do those screws protrude on the inside? And if so, do they do anything to restrict air flow since that surface is no longer smoothe?
I just bought an RO90 from the recon sale. What papers/grits would you suggest I buy for each pad and what quantity (trying to get an idea of how fast they go)? I do mostly furniture type projects, cabinets etc.
Shannon, as usual great video and the amount of detail you always provide is spectacular. You make everything look easy and doable (even though I know better :) random question, but what microphone do you use when recording your videos? And are you still using the iPhone 5 as the camera?
Can the 700 adapter also use the 4mm bit? If so, is there any reason to buy the 500 anymore if for a few hundred more you can have the benefit of choosing every possible tenon on the 700?
Jarek, what did you use to spray the tables as lubricant? And yes, I am polish and speak it but I've lived most of my life in America. I've been watching your videos for a while now but didn't know if you spoke English or not until I saw you post your shop on the wood whisperer site :)
Those came out beautiful Guy. What is the solution and what parts of each if you don't mind sharing?
Nice series Olly. I wish you would have shown, however, how the CA glue and dust ended up looking after the fix.
Hey Steve, what's the part number for the small bore base? Amazon has it but its listed as only for the OF2200. Thanks.
Take no offense to this please but I take solace in watching your shop tours and realizing I'm not the only one who has no time to clean up his garage and trips over stuff that's in the floor that shouldn't be :)
You're like a walking/talking advertisement for festool. I love it! Question on your quick clamps: I've noticed because of the hole in the green plastic pad it mars softer wood. Do you not experience that?
Nice job Jay. You mentioned a color coded cutlist. Are you doing that manually or do you have a SketchUp plugin? I use a plugin I found that's French I believe and it works well, has both cut list and layout drawings but is not color coded. Can't have it all I suppose :)
I can't even begin to imagine how long it took them to build this place, especially considering the tools available at the time. The amount of detail in everything is astonishing.