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Bosch FSN HB Anti-Slip Strip For Guide Rails 1600Z0000E

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Description

Replacement anti-slip strip for the underside of the Bosch FSN guide rail which helps keep the rail stable when cutting. Can be cut to size, supplied in 6m length.
The Bosch FSN guide rail system for use with the GKS G and GKT G models enables rapid completion of precise, straight cuts.

Features

Replacement anti-slip rail seat for the Bosch FSN guide rails
Ensures the rail does not slip on the workpiece
Self-adhesive for a quick fit
Can be easily cut to the required size

Specification

Product Dimensions: 6m (length)

Standard Equipment

Product Dimensions: 6m (length)

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In 1886, Robert Bosch, a 25-year-old German engineer, founded an electrical engineering company in Stuttgart. He was returning from a long professional trip to the United States that had led him to work for Thomas Edison, one of the greatest engineers in history. Bosch improved the ignition magnet the following year, to be the first to adapt it to a car engine. This innovation allowed him to develop his business at a steady pace. In the 1920s, he converted his company from automotive supplier to electronics manufacturer. The company has been able to distinguish itself from other brands of DIY power tools by aiming for long-term and high-end, from its famous green drill to complex products such as rippers or garden tools (sculpts -hays, chainsaws ...). This was the success we know. Bosch currently employs 280,000 people worldwide and generates 46 billion euros in sales. Bosch spends up to 10% of its turnover on R & D, a rare effort in the industry. 92% of the capital of Robert Bosch GmbH is held by a charitable foundation Robert Bosch Stiftung GmbH. Thus the profits of the company are donated to this foundation. The remaining 8% of capital is held by the descendants of Robert Bosch's family.