Festool WORK CENTER WCR 1000

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Festool WORK CENTER WCR 1000

$415.00 ea.


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Festool WORK CENTER WCR 1000

The Workcenter WCR 1000 will help you organise and arrange your workplace more effectively and provides a convenient way to keep the tools you are working with at hand, without getting in your way. The Workcenter can be mounted easily to almost any Festool dust extractor which allows it to be moved freely about the shop or jobsite. Adjustable height columns allow for the storage of several Systainers as well as placing tools at a convenient height (adjusts between 21-15/32 inches and 30-29/32 inches in height). With many options for hanging a variety of hand tools and power tools, the Workcenter provides a flexible, portable, and convenient way to organize your workspace for greater efficiency. Compatible with Festool CT 22, CT 33, CT 26, CT 36, and CT 48 models. Includes one peghook tray, one universal double hook, one double hook tool rest, one pivoting storage tray and six peg hooks. Additional accessories can be purchased and added separately.
Brand Festool
Part # 497471
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