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Joaliff fein multimaster

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by david2989, 22 Nov 2014.

  1. david2989

    david2989

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    Hi newbie to your forum,
    I'm trying to locate an adapter for my old fein multi master, the blade always slips. i have seen one by JOALIFF that secures with 3 small lock screws, i can't locate JOALIFF can anyone help with contact details please

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  2. Norcon

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    Did you try tightening the retaining screw?
    I've an old fein and well tightened it don't slip.

    That said the new design has improved.
     
  3. david2989

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    Tried to tighten it many times, always comes loose, when I've used a friends bosch with a much better designed blade system, it cuts way faster than the fein and never slips.
    The solution by JOALIFF (if i could find them) seems the perfect solution
    Thanks for the suggestion though :)
     
  4. Norcon

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    Maybe your not using the face flange. Never heard of joliff.
     
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