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Founded in 1925 by Albert Fezer and Gottlieb Stroll in southern Germany, Festool have continued to maintain the same values and goals they’ve had since the start. Their philosophy is simple - to offer expert tools for the trade that make daily work better and easier.
Originally known as Festo before establishing the name Festool in 2000, they are now at the forefront of technological developments and techniques that significantly improve the way we work today. Through numerous breakthroughs, from the first portable chainsaw in 1929 to the first orbital sander in 1951, Festool are now leaders in innovation, expertise and quality.
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A few of Festool's Breakthroughs!
The first portable chainsaw is developed by Festo.
Where would we be without it?
World premiere! Festo brings the first orbital
sander to the market, revolutionising surface treatment.
A landmark in on-site precision: Festo
introduces the portable circular saw with guide rail.
Plunge-Cut saw TS55 - together with the guide rail, the TS75 allows for flexible working. Of course, it does this with the typical Festool advantages for better, easier and faster working.
DOMINO DF500 Jointer - No other machine routes like the DOMINO biscuit jointer. The routing movement of the DOMINO biscuit jointer is unique among hand-held machines.
ROTEX RO 150 FEQ - Often imitated but never duplicated and now even more sophisticated: Festool’s unique 3-in-1 principle. Coarse sanding, fine sanding, or polishing - the new RO 150 gives you greater flexibility.
NEW DOMINO DF 500 connector set
Working on larger projects?
Festool DOMINO XL DF 700 Jointing Machine Set - The XL DF 700 Jointer can be used with many different width and length DOMINO dowels - perfect for producing furniture, doors...
Festool dust extractors
Keeping your work clean has never been so easy - read our First Look...