FOG: A Place To Connect With Other Pros & Hobbyists

Friday, September 4, 2009 | Reader Comments | Festool Owners Group

Festool Owners Group


With nearly 7,000 members, the Festool Owners Group (FOG) is an online community of woodworkers, remodelers, furniture makers, cabinet makers and other professionals and hobbyists. The members of the forum have a common goal of sharing knowledge, experiences and advice in a friendly environment this is open and welcome to all. We would like to invite you to join the discussions and explore the vast resources available on the Festool Owners Group.

Membership has it's advantages.

FOG End User TrainingRecently, the members of the FOG were given the opportunity to complete a survey and then selected as guests to visit the Festool USA headquarters for training. This is the first step toward Festool implementing end-user training classes. Of the entrants, eleven members were selected to attend. They spent two days at our facilities expanding their knowledge and understanding of Festool power tools, accessories, tips, and applications. They were also given a sneak peek at some of the products that are on the horizon. In the future, Festool will continue to be involved with the Festool Owners Group and provide exclusive opportunities to its members.

Register Today!

Anyone can visit the FOG as a guest, but registering allows you to view photos and gain access to some content not available to guests. It's a very short and simple process to create a new account. Simply visit the account registration page to get started.

What are some of the recent topics of interest on the FOG?

Below we have listed some of the recent popular topics on the forum. This is just a sample of the wealth of information that you can find by visiting and participating.

Community Link Festool End User Training
Community Link New Product - Festool CMS
Community Link Parallel Guides on YouTube?
Community Link MFK 700 for Veneer Edge Trimming?
Community Link Screw Clamping Tip
Community Link An Easier Way to Attach the Plug-It Cord to the TS Saw

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