Managed to destroy my e13 Helix cassette. It’s a single machined billet. It’s not meant to be in two pieces. last week my axle came loose, popped the driver and killed the pawls. I’m guessing it must have weakened or damaged the cassette then.
Difference is static in these hoses is actually a thing. Built up from the dust moving through. I’m just pissy because I’ve never experienced to such a degree and my ridiculously overpriced hose is supposed to be anti static.
Those fuckwits on the Festool group knew nothing! No help at all. It’s like here. They’re like collectors. They buy big stacks of boxes of every Festool imaginable and post photos of their 10ft stacks of pristine systainers but don’t even use them!
I did actually check it with a brand new...
Ok tongue test just resulted in a blister.
Im assuming it’s static. Static is a well known issue with dust in hoses. But if I use my standard non anti static shop vac hose there is no issue.
Just plugged it into my rcd and no tripping.
What is this ‘test and tag’ you speak of? And 5G NFI. I’m still on 3G!
I thought though that static electricity build up is a different thing entirely than mains electricity issue? NFI. that’s why I’m asking the hive mind.
I know there’s more than a few super geeks here that understand all sorts of shit I don’t.
So I have this tracksaw I run through a supposed ‘anti static’ hose and power lead combo into my shop vac.
I’ve been using this hose and vac with my now dead Makita track saw for a few years and never...