SYS-MFT Systainer (500076)
The new SYS-MFT brings worktable functionality to a highly portable surface, improving results by providing more secure clamping options to jobsite applications. The SYS-MFT also provides storage for all your key tools like clamps and hand tools. Equipped with 13 clamping points, an integrated V-groove for securing round stock like dowels and pipes, a non-skid strip for even greater security of the workpiece, and a slotted handle for easy transport. The SYS-MFT is the same size as a Systainer SYS 1 so you can use Systainers side-by-side for an extended work surface. The robust and durable design will support up to 110 lbs (50 kg).Coming December 2013.
* Clamp sold separately.
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If you know anything about Festool, you know that organization is probably only second to dust extraction when it comes to our guiding design principles. The Systainer is the core of our organization system and offers many advantages over other solutions. In May 2013, we are introducing the newest components of our Systainer system: the new Sys-Roll dolly, the Sys-Toolbox open top Systainer, and a newly updated Sys-Cart.
Watch this time lapse video from Jory Brigham Designs showing the process of constructing one of this signature custom furniture pieces, the Organic Bed.
This video does a great job of illustrating how Festool power tools can be incorporated into your shop and projects. Once you see the finish project, we think you'll agree that the results are exceptional. Wonder how much one of these will set you back? A cool $6,200.
Here's what Jory had to say about his use of Festool power tools...
We are only a few weeks away from the 2013 Painting and Decorating Expo, taking place March 3-6 at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch in St. Louis, MO.
Festool would like to invite you to be our guest to 2013 PDCA Trade Show with a free exhibit hall pass. Please download a free pass to attend the Trade Show on Tuesday, March 5th, 2013. Just bring this pass to the PDCA registration desk and you will have access to a vibrant trade show floor featuring Festool power tools and nearly 80 other exhibitors and live demonstrations. You can learn more at www.paintinganddecoratingexpo.com.
Be sure to stop by booth #101 and see how Festool can completely transform how you do surface preparation!
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This month we're featuring Against the Grain Studios of Portland. Malachi Milbourn and his team turn what was old into something new, producing fine furniture from reclaimed lumber.
In this well produced video documentary, they rescue a 100 year old flagpole on top of one of Portland's historic buildings, the Yeon Building. The decades old fir is sawn, turned and crafted into a exquisite table which now resides inside of the building it once stood on looking over the city. After a run through the stationary drum sander, Malachi meticulously finish sands it with the Rotex RO 150.