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    MY HOME MADE MFT TABLE -

    I have made a MFT (multi functional table) similar to Festool MFT

    using 3/4" (19mm) MDF and frame made of 60mm 8020 aluminum extrusions which are miter cut, so that i could access all sides from corners for clamping and fixing other fixtures. MDF top has 20mm holes, driled with a Forstner bit, on a grid of 100mm center to center. Overall dimension of the frame is 1200mm X 750mm

    I am sharing a few pictures of how useful it has been, to mount my cutting board mounted belt sander and jigsaw on the MFT.

    Grid, i made a template on scrap 4mm plywood of 4 x 4 holes at 100 mm spacing and using that, i have drilled the holes on the table top.

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    Thanks kadambi! I've added your Multifunction Table to our Workholding and Woodworking categories, as well as to your builder page: kadambi's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Nice work Kadambi.

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    I've been wanting a table similar to this, kadambi. Maybe your post will kick off this project for me!

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    definitely more affordable than the Festool MFT! considered cloning this myself..................its on my "bucket list" if I live to be 100 before I kick the "bucket" I might actually get to a lot of these projects................

    but seriously nice job and keep up the good work!

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    Hi Backyard_cnc,
    MFT as good as Festool is doable and it is no rocket science. I am sure, you would do it, sooner than you think right now.
    all the best. Thanks for your nice words.

    Kadambi

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    Thanks! this solution may be help me


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