In the below section, we’ll talk about the differences between both the models. These track saws cost hundreds of dollars, so it would be quite foolish to invest your money without doing proper research. I will say that hogging off layers of unknown finish leads me directly to the dust collection of the Festool line as collecting dust and unknown contaminents is always best at the source, even if you wear a proper mask you are still contaminating your clothing/body and the environment you are sanding in. The Makita is $319 from acme tools. amzn_assoc_asins = "B077PV33JB,B009IYD7PO,B00PK4XY90,B0185F07GS"; The owner of this website is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon properties including, but not limited to,,,,, or By the way, the first sander(brushless) they sent me didn’t work right. The older models can be got on ebay, etc. Reply to this topic; Start new topic ; Recommended Posts. Bosch 1250, Makita 6050j, Festool RO150. Festool sanders tied in to one of their vacs makes for a very efficient and dust free sanding station. If I need anything else I reach for my DTS 400. I have this bosch, which is less aggressive than the bosch 1250, but still a 6" pad for max surface area, and I love it. Make sure that you read the reviews, get to know what other users are saying. Using a jig is like having a couple extra hands helping out. When it comes to power tools, Bosch & Festool are one of the major companies. Their models deliver accuracy and precision. amzn_assoc_marketplace = "amazon"; If it is greater, then i use the rotex followed by the 150/5. I find they will keep my joint differential to 1/32" or better, which is easily tackled via a variety of methods. The festool sanders are good, but their quality demands a premium price. amzn_assoc_linkid = "a4f47224cb22b63bca7b20f91de62430"; You can also adjust the depth with or without guide. Bosch – hands down! I can’t imagine anyone that has used this sander to any extent that would think the festool RO 150 is better.Just my opinion, but I’ve used both for hundreds of hours. Maybe not the answer you were looking for, but that was what really changed my sanding regimen.   Your previous content has been restored. There are no registered users currently online, Copyright 2020 The Wood Whisperer, Inc. It is a very easy to use tool and also compact in size considering its features. This is one of the most important factor that you have to look into when you are going for a plunge saw. No complaints here on my Bosch 1250. Blade change mechanism is also very simple and you can easily change it with in seconds. Takes standard 8 hole discs which are easy to find and inexpensive. Is it capable of making the straight cuts? sander. If you feel the vibration while using the saw it means that motor is not that powerful. You get splinter free, laser straight cut. Looking for information on designing your projects? I value my lungs and they start with DC in mind and then design the tool. The 6" sander is a 1250 devs and I've had it for over ten years. For the price that thing should be brushless or at least come with a pile of sandpaper. It has worked very well with no complaints. For the money what do you expect though huh. amzn_assoc_ad_mode = "manual"; Build Quality Well folks I bought a couple festool sanders since posting this, DTS 400 and the 6” brushless one. The hole pattern on the Makita seems to be similar/same as the festool for the sandpaper. Have you used the duel action Bosch (1250DEVS)? It would only orbit 1 time in 5 seconds on speed setting one, all other settings worked fine.

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