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Just bought the ujk parf drilling system to make festool mst 3 tops. I drilled the 3 mil holes on 30" x 6 ' . Simple to use and dead on accurate for laying out dog holes.
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Just bought the ujk parf drilling system to make festool mst 3 tops. I drilled the 3 mil holes on 30" x 6 ' . Simple to use and dead on accurate for laying out dog holes.
https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q...88D6&FORM=VIRE

Yes, they are very nice. I bought one sometime back and really like it. Did you buy the UJK dust port. I bought my system before it came out, although I have Peter Parfitt's plans for the DIY port. I'll have to pick up the dust port.

I have a 4' x 4' CNC router, so I use it to do most of my MFT style tops. My machine is dialed in to under .001" in 68", so it is at least as accurate as the Par system, probably more. Also, I can adjust the hole size fit to suit. On some test cuts I made recently, I got it adjusted so that it took some, but not too much, force to inset Parf Dogs, and an 8mm knob partially screwed into the top of the Parf Dogs to help pull them out.

Nice to have a lower tech solution as a back up, though.

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No I didn't buy dust port. Need to find a hex key to replace the stop collar from coming loose. I finish setting up. Works great. I did forget something need to put 1/8 inch grove on bottom of fences to keep dust from building up. Proved concept by playin with scrapes . Found square corner and trimmed square. Mad nice square block stop block.
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Not having any Festool gear (unconvinced it's that much better), I have no idea what this post is about. It's like reading about attaching the dumoflauge to the freemembrils, using gringle bolts and a fuddodle flamde.

What the hell are you guys talking about?

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Not having any Festool gear (unconvinced it's that much better), I have no idea what this post is about. It's like reading about attaching the dumoflauge to the freemembrils, using gringle bolts and a fuddodle flamde.

What the hell are you guys talking about?
The OP got a drill guide system to bore holes in a shop made bench top for clamps and bench dogs...
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Here is my Top done .
very nicely done...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Thanks Stick. That was perfectly clear.

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Basically using axminster jig. I can create a top like is used on festools bench for a $30 piece of mdf. Which if you watch the video in my first post in this thread. I have adapted a festool top to my own roll around bench . With the jig I am not limited to size . I can replace the top in about 2 hr. from another $30 sheet of mdf. The roll around is modular design of my . Each roll around can act as individual roll around with a different top . Now I have three configurations. One will be my roll around with my kreg jig on top and three drawers with drills and accessories and screws used with kreg jig. The other roll around will house my saws that are used with my cheap track saw system. It will have 2 doors and 2 shelves . I have added another link with how the jig works.

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