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Woodworking show report (HolzHandwerk, Germany, 2004) *PICS*

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Christian A.

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Hi folks,

I just registered in this forum (see thread in the OT-board) and as there seems to be some interest in the pics I took at the „Holz und Handwerk 2004“ woodworking show in Nürnberg, Germany, I decided to post them. As the pics were taken in 2004 some of the tools that were brand new at this time are almost old today.
Although I called this post “show report” it isn’t really a report, it’s a collection of pics. The show covered a wide range of tools and machinery which didn’t get my interest (for example, CNC machinery) because I’m not familiar with this kind of stuff.



I hope you enjoy the pics as I enjoyed the show.


A shot of the Festool booth:



The new Festool OF 1400 router:

Improved dust collection, extremely simply router bit change due to an integrated ratchet, toolless copy ring change, etc.



The new TDK cordless drill with a very short chuck (you need special bits). Available in 12 and 15,6 V:



The new Festool Precisio pull push (trimming) jobsite table saw:



New Festool WTS 150/7 ROS with 7 mm stroke (for aggressive sanding):




RUWI – an innovative stationary routing system. This is neither a shaper nor a simple router table, it’s a table which holds up to 11 special router motor (exclusively designed for table use). You can change from one to another router within seconds.

The small unit:



Working at the large one:



The Mafell Duo Dowel tool (looks like a biscuit joiner but uses standard dowels, the tool drills two holes at the same time):





Flexible guide rail for Mafell circular saw (a 1400 mm rail can be stored in a Systainer along with the saw):



An Altendorf F 45:



Martin’s pendant:



The SCM booth:



A Panhans shaper:



Isn’t this a nice Kundig sander?



KBM sander:



A wood turner at the Magma booth:



That’s me looking at the Festool router:




I have even more pics to share but the download time was already as long as a good cup of coffee.

Thanks for looking!

Christian
 

Noel

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Thanks for that. Interesting pictures, especially the 11 router router table. Never have to change a cutter ever again....

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Christian

Thanks for the pic's, look like some expensive kit there.
 

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I enjoyed looking in on your pictures.

Must have done something to our Alf's temperment, (Alf likes handtools :) )
 
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