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    Rupes Ibrid Nano Hardcase

    https://youtu.be/QHIMnR2qEpk

    I hope I pasted the correct video . I’m not the best at posting videos. I ran across this neat Nano case on eBay and I wanted to share it. Hopefully Rupes will sell the case separately. Maybe one day they will make a case to hold both the long and short neck polishers, I have both and they don’t fit well into one case.


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    Re: Rupes Ibrid Nano Hardcase

    It worked!
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    http://Www.gonzodetailing.com


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    Re: Rupes Ibrid Nano Hardcase

    That`s just a Festool case with a custom cut foam insert. I like it, but IMHO it`s too tall for me. Festool has 2 shorter models. I agree Rupes needs to sell this, although buying a Festool case off Amazon and cutting a foam block yourself should be easy.

    IMHO unless you needed space for lots of extra stuff, this is the one I`d want. The nice thing about Festool boxes they`re stackable, so you could create a pretty nice setup. I`m looking at the model in the YT video with a few custom plastic pieces to use for storing pads. I know a few other companies have relabeled Festool cases so finding an unbranded one shouldn`t be too bad.

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    Re: Rupes Ibrid Nano Hardcase

    Where do you get the foam blocks to cut into polisher shaped holes?

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    Re: Rupes Ibrid Nano Hardcase

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    Where do you get the foam blocks to cut into polisher shaped holes?
    Hobby stores.
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    Re: Rupes Ibrid Nano Hardcase

    Tanos makes the cases, including for Festool. You can buy both at lee valley, toolnut.com, etc. Kaizen foam would work well as well.
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    Re: Rupes Ibrid Nano Hardcase

    Quote Originally Posted by jlt23 View Post
    Tanos makes the cases, including for Festool. You can buy both at lee valley, toolnut.com, etc. Kaizen foam would work well as well.
    Thanks for the info, but Curse You! I am down the toolnut dot com Systainers rabbit hole now.

 

 

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