FLEXICAT Tools Starter Packs
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The Flexicat Tools Starter Packs are comprised of 2 or 3 different flexible boards of various lengths and widths that can be adjusted to fit any curved or flat surface, effectively improving efficiency and reducing materials waste and labor costs.
SMSDistributors has put together Starter Packs to give you the essential tools at a discounted price vs. buying tools separately.
Flexicat Fairing & Filling Boards are used to easily apply, wipe and spread various materials faster and without wasting materials.
Flexicat Sanding Boards feature a grip backing for use with 2.75" or 4.5" wide hook & loop (Velcro) abrasive long board rolls.
Features and Benefits:
Achieve Excellent Surface Results
Create perfectly curved or flat surfaces. Flexicat Tools work on the principle that power is spread directly from the tool’s handles to the entire base plate.
Save Time and Money
Professional tools developed for working with large and curved surfaces to dramatically reduce the amount of materials used and time spent sanding.
Simpler and Faster
Flexicat‘s sanding and filling/fairing boards fit any curve. The tools are light weight and ergonomically designed handles allow for ease of use. The tools engineering eliminates human error.
- Professional boat builders and racing sailors
- Composite manufacturing
- Mold and tool production
- Automotive repair
- Aerospace industry
- Wind turbine industry
- Various surface repair projects
Starter Pack Combinations:
Choose the Starter Pack that best suits your needs.
"We received two boards for testing from Flexicat Tools, a filling board and a sanding board. Both are really well made and easy to use. Both boards are made of medium flexibility. They are made from aluminum with dural base. Their flexibility is sufficient for use on most curved surfaces. They are sufficiently light and easy to hold. If the boards are at least 4 inches wide, they should be one of the best boards on the market." - Extract from the article by Roger Marshall, BoatBuilder Magazine, November/December 2007