For Sale Festool OF2200EB-Set GB 220-240v 1/2" Plunge Router and accessory kit. - Router Forums
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Default Festool OF2200EB-Set GB 220-240v 1/2" Plunge Router and accessory kit.

This fantastic router and accessory kit is in immaculate condition and represents possibly the finest heavy duty router available. Made in Germany to exacting precision and quality it has too many features.

The accessory kit takes it into a new chapter of versatility and use. This router and its kit has been used in my hobby shed and has very little use. It has never been used outside and the bases are virtually unmarked. I am only selling it as I have no further use for its heavy duty performance, I have the Festool 1400 and the 1010 routers which suit my advancing years much better than this powerhouse. It is a superb bit of kit.

More powerful, easier to use, increased comfort and safer – the OF 2200 offers the greatest low-end torque, the highest precision and the greatest ergonomic comfort. No matter what your task is – with the OF 2200, you have the solution in your hands.
Top power development and fully variable speed for hard materials and increased material thicknesses
Outstanding ergonomics: guide rods offset by 30 degrees to transfer force efficiently
Tool-free copying ring and base-runner change
Fast, convenient router-bit change with rocker and ratchet principle
Detachable base plate for fast profile cutter adjustment
Dual guide column clamp for extra torsional rigidity and greater precision
Simple and exact routing depth setting to 1/10 mm
Dust extraction of up to 99 % during edge routing through adjustable extraction ring and chip catcher
Rabbeting, grooving and profiling
Routing large cutouts, circles and arcs with the MFS routing template
Creating worktop corner joints with the worktop template
Routing seals and espagnolettes in windows and doors
Stationary routing of up to ō 60 mm with the TF 2200 table router

Items included
ō 1/4" clamping collet (6.35 mm)
ō 1/2" clamping collet (12.7 mm)
copying ring ō 30 mm, chip deflector
operation tool
in SYSTAINER SYS

Technical Details
Power consumption 2200 W
Idle engine speed 10000 - 22000 min?Ļ
Collet dia. 6 - 12.7 mm
Routing stroke 80 mm
Routing depth fine adjustment range 20 mm
Max. cutter diameter 89 mm
Dust extraction connection dia. 36/27 mm
Weight 7.8 kg
Routing: Uncertainty (noise) K 3 dB
Routing: Uncertainty (vibration) K 1.5 m/s≤
Routing: A-weighted sound pressure level, LpA 87 dB(A)
Routing: A-weighted sound power level, LWA 98 dB(A)
Routing: Total vibration average, Ah 2.5 m/s≤


The accessory set contains
Guide rail adapter set
Parallel side fence with fine adjustment and extraction hood
Guide rods
Copying ring dia. 17mm
Copying ring dia. 24mm
Copying ring dia. 27mm
Copying ring dia. 40mm
Base runner D36
Base runner for copying rings
Extension for OF 2200
SYSTAINER SYS 3.

Asking $1100 shipped. PM if interested.
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Don’t know if I missed it, but maybe letting potential buyers know what country would your in would help
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Post pictures of your item for sale along with your RouterForums username on a card in plain view so we all can see it. Just asking for those who might be interested in such a high dollar item.

Also, where are you located - Michingan, Illinois, ???
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Post pictures of your item for sale along with your RouterForums username on a card in plain view so we all can see it. Just asking for those who might be interested in such a high dollar item.

Also, where are you located - Michingan, Illinois, ???

He mentions its 220-240v so Iím wondering if itís Australia? Who else is 220?
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He mentions its 220-240v so Iím wondering if itís Australia? Who else is 220?
UK is 230V.
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I bought this tool while working on a project in U.K , I am located in Texas.
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uk is 230v.
to a leg isn't it???

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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