RABTools

3D Printed Festool Accessories & Woodworking Shop Tools

Baton Rouge, Louisiana
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Announcement    Beginning September 1st, we are celebrating Labor Day 2022 with 15% off STORE WIDE!
No restrictions, no limitations! Heck, we might even let it run all month... We haven't decided yet!
Let's celebrate everyone who works hard, plays hard, and help make their live easier with some RAB Tools!
Get you some of this now while the sale is still on! We may decide to pull the sale anytime after Labor Day!

Announcement

Last updated on Sep 1, 2022

Beginning September 1st, we are celebrating Labor Day 2022 with 15% off STORE WIDE!
No restrictions, no limitations! Heck, we might even let it run all month... We haven't decided yet!
Let's celebrate everyone who works hard, plays hard, and help make their live easier with some RAB Tools!
Get you some of this now while the sale is still on! We may decide to pull the sale anytime after Labor Day!

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About RABTools

Sales 2,961
On Etsy since 2020
Video summary: In this video…I’ll be demoing our RAB DF-MultiFence on my Festool Domino in the hopes of showing you how easy our product is to use when you want to make perfectly flush joints on the ends of your panels. I’ll also be showing you our DF-OffsetShims in action as well…just in case you want to do a reveal on a cabinet or an apron on a table but before we get to that I would like to thank you for stopping by to watch this video and if you’re new to the channel and liked what you saw here please be sure to hit that like and subscribe button before you go. So with that being said….let’s begin.
Video summary: In this video…I’ll be demoing our RAB DF-MultiFence on my Festool Domino in the hopes of showing you how easy our product is to use when you want to make perfectly flush joints on the ends of your panels. I’ll also be showing you our DF-OffsetShims in action as well…just in case you want to do a reveal on a cabinet or an apron on a table but before we get to that I would like to thank you for stopping by to watch this video and if you’re new to the channel and liked what you saw here please be sure to hit that like and subscribe button before you go. So with that being said….let’s begin.

Meet The Makers Behind RAB Tools!

Chris Parker
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I got into woodworking in 2007 and 8 years later I started my YouTube Channel. Since then, I’ve become a product tester for Bessey Tools and am currently affiliated with them as well as Everwin Pneumatic and FujiSpray. In recent years, I’ve had the pleasure of creating videos for Spider Tool Holster, Milescraft, and Johnson Level.

Al Amantea
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I became a maker at a very early age, before being a "maker" was even a thing.
My dad, a lifelong U. S. Marine, used to send me to my Uncle Joe's lumber yard when I was a kid for a few weeks every summer when I was around 7 or 8.
At around 9 or 10, I began hanging out in the millwork shop, running supplies, sweeping up, and frankly, being in the way. At that age, I had the burning desire to learn, and everything around me was exciting and cool.
By the age of 12, I was spending almost my entire summer in the shop, building doors and windows with the guys, running raw stock through the machines to create moldings and trim boards, and doing whatever I could to absorb the incredible amounts of wisdom and knowledge the guys had (well, to a 12 year old, anyway).
That experience continued until I was in high school, and set the foundation of who I was to become. At 16, I began working part time in the Avondale Shipyards in the New Orleans area where I grew up after my father retired as a Sgt. Major from 33 years in the Marine Corps.
I have been a woodworker, and maker of things, my entire life, and have continued to try to broaden my horizons and quench my thirst for knowledge creating art and function from wood, metals, acrylics, electronics, and computers, etc.
Even when I wasn't doing it for a living, my maker instinct continued and I threw caution to the wind back in 2009, quit my job, and began Amantea Fine Woodworks.
Thankfully, I've never had to look back, and I'm grateful to God and all my clients for that.
I will be making things until I die, and my family swears that when I get to my final destination, whether heaven or hell, they better watch out because I'm gonna do some remodeling!

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  • Al

    Owner, Designer, Shipper

  • Chris

    Owner, Designer, R&D

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Last updated on Jul 17, 2022
Frequently asked questions
Do you accept returns? What is your return policy?

We accept returns. If you want a full return it'll be in the form of store credit. No exceptions. If you want your refund to go back to your original form of payment then it will be a partial refund. Credit card & Etsy fees are tacked onto a return and we will not be responsible for paying those. Our initial shipping costs will also be deducted from refund total as well. Returns must be packaged properly & a tracking number must be provided to us. Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item isn't returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value. If there is damage, & the package is insured, then the sender will need to file the claim to get reimbursed from the shipper.