FEIN MultiMaster FMM 350 Q – Introduction & Experience

Review of the MultiMaster – Given by Daniel Bocksteger, a German based end-user.

This is an independent review, so whilst the text is translated we wanted to maintain it in precisely the words stated by Daniel. We are really pleased Dan liked it, and many thanks to him for reviewing the machine. 

“I can’t even call the MultiMaster FMM 350 Q from FEIN my own for very long, but after only one month I am already very enthusiastic about the device. Why, I would like to explain to you in this article.

Even the suitcase alone makes a lot of difference. Now also available in the Tanos Systainer, I have received my used MultiMaster in the’typical’ FEIN case made of orange hard plastic with the two metal clasps and the FEIN logo.

Inside, the case offers an astonishing amount of space for the machine itself, the suction nozzle, two separate cases for accessories and other utensils, so that it should not be necessary to carry further accessories separately . . . … More FEIN MultiMaster FMM 350 Q – Introduction & Experience

Electric Power Tool Inventor talks mag drills – Part 1 of 2

Nathan Ford, Area Sales Manager for Fein Power Tools in the UK, discusses what you should look for when purchasing a mag drill, the applications some can now achieve, and he touches upon the kind of accessories available in the market. Not only that, but he will also briefly cover the new cordless/compact mag drills new into the UK market. … More Electric Power Tool Inventor talks mag drills – Part 1 of 2

Over 50 FEIN YEARS OF OSCILLATING

The first multi-tool machine began its life as a plaster cast saw, with an angular oscillating saw blade. It was used in the medical profession for the cutting of plaster casts, especially in orthopedics, the crescent pattern of the blade allowing it to cut through the cast whilst not damaging the patient’s skin. The mechanism of the oscillation combined with the powerful gearbox made the machine unique in its time. It took 17 years before FEIN had developed the technology into a commercial industrial tool … More Over 50 FEIN YEARS OF OSCILLATING

Looking Forward, Looking Back – Power tool inventor goes cordless

The industrial world has changed beyond recognition in the last 150 years. In 1867 the largest suspension bridge in the world was opened in Cincinnati, USA. The Suez Canal welcomed the first vessel through its waters and Joseph Lister discovered antiseptic surgery. It was the year when Wilhelm Emil Fein founded a company to manufacture electrical equipment.

Almost three decades after Wilhelm established his company, and only 16 years after Thomas Edison invented the incandescent electric lamp, FEIN combined the power of an electric motor with a manual drill to develop the world’s very first power tool.
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