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Table Saw Cabinet; a 1-day build [member edit]



Direct link - https://youtu.be/2FbLCxXCzro


Having used the Festool CSCSYS50 cordless sliding table saw a bit more I realise that I desperately need to get it off the benches and onto a small cabinet, so I banged out a quick MDF box from whatever scraps and mis-matched offcuts I had to hand, all held together with loose tenons using the latest 10MW Loose Tenon Jig, the LTJ 30 - out very soon.



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Direct video link - https://youtu.be/44PpWE7iRUE In this video I take a closer look at the benefits of Birch Plywood, sometimes called ‘Baltic’ Birch. For clarity, I’m British and the Birch plywood av

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David Sneddon
David Sneddon
Jul 17, 2023

It’s been said before Peter, but worth repeating, what you do in minutes takes us mortals days, excellent pal.

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petermillard
petermillard
Jul 17, 2023
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Thanks David! 👍

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Derek Caldwell
Derek Caldwell
Jul 16, 2023

Hi peter quick one regarding the Bluetooth batteries connecting if you don’t need to take the batteries out to connect you can press the button on the front of the dust extractor or the connector button on Bluetooth remote and just run the saw with the Bluetooth battery in and it will connect hope that makes sense

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petermillard
petermillard
Jul 17, 2023
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Thanks Derek. The reason for taking it out was that I’m trying to only have one battery connected with Bluetooth, to see if there’s any difference to the drain, BT vs not. 👍👍

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Paul
Paul
Jul 15, 2023

I should have also added that I quite like this form of video, I found it very compelling and I certainly wouldn't mind more of this style.

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Paul
Paul
Jul 14, 2023

Nice quick build there, makes for a great table saw station. That MFT top used for the top of the cabinet, is that from your old MFT1080? I'll bet you have another extractor that you can put under your MFT... 😉

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petermillard
petermillard
Jul 15, 2023
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Cheers Paul! Yes, it’s the old top from the MFT1080, and yes, I do have a spare vac! 😂👍

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Hi Peter, good little video, which shows you don't have to spend a fortune on shop furniture. Especially these days when we have all used up what Birch Ply offcuts we did have.

A couple of questions, if you don't mind, do you turn your Festool vacuum off when not in the workshop, or do you trust the Bluetooth enough to leave it powered up all the time.

I really like the look of the green festool vacuum hose, it looks very flexible and nice and smooth on the outside.

I'm unlikely to own a Festool Vacuum, but I just wondered if the hose ends can adapt to most things if need be ?

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If this helps, I only have two extractors in my workshop, a 100mm set up for the planer and the Midi which works with every other tool I own, which includes band saw, table saw, dewalt, yes I know...mitre saw and of course all my Festools. I don't require any adapters the end of the green midi hose fits all!

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