If you are doing sanding jobs indoors that require total dust
collection and keeping the work area dust free, you should consider
the Festool ROS Sander combinded with the Festool dust extractor. I
did and it rocks.
This combination doesnt just remove some of the dust, it gets it all.
If you are interested you can check out this high end sanding tool,
It is a little expensive but well worth it, it has done an incredible
job for me on my last 3 work sites.
Well, I pretty much sand for a living, and while I agree that the
combination you mention is cheaper, I know from experience that is
will fall apart and be hell to work withh all the time. The Festool
will last a lot longer and is much easier ont he arms and upper body.
Not to mention is comes with a 3 year warranty from the manufacturer
should anything go wrong. If you want the best, and I believe in the
long run the most economical, go with the festool.
Is this the truth?
Your original post sounded like unmitigated spam from the distributor
The URL included "AdSRC=rec.woodworking."
McFeelys sells Festool as well. Maybe everybody should head over there
if they want some stuff.
I have used Festo for years ...my rotex still does what it said on the
packet after 7 years hard use plus my hands dont go numb from the
vibrations.I have a CT22 vacuum which is designed purely for dust
collection....it does what it says it does.In fact I would`nt use
anything else where I can buy a festo or festool as they are now called
except for the cordless drills they suck bigtime killed the first one
in 12 months .Check out Fein as well they make good sanders I have the
delta sander from them and that is still going after seven years without
a hitch.I`m in europe so I cant speak for what the prices are like where
you are but festo is only 10% or so more expensive here than the makita
and the big yellow (bah spit) in the Netherlands.
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