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Like most everything, the key to success with rail-and-stile bits is in the setup. If your router table doesn't have a miter-gauge slot, just align the fence and.


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Choose from our selection of T-slotted tracks, including T-slotted framing rails, fixturing anywhere along the track to create mounting points for clamps and jigs​.


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Figure 6: A hold-down clamp, Secured by a T-bolt and Star knob, keeps the Workpiece tight If you control Cabinet rail. their travel (and thus control the length of cuts) with stop blocks, there's no Mill a T-slot across the plate's top surface.


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SMF 2. Quote from: Mettes on April 24, , PM. Cheers, Hans. I just still haven't grasped what's wrong with the MFT fence. The fence pops on and off easily in seconds and the aluminum bar can be removed just as fast to get my table back to being flat if needed. Seth's description of an accessory mounting bracket is the better approach IMHO. Is it possible for the T-slot to fit in the top of the V-groove. I actually think it would have been much better for Festool to incorporate something like that, the best of both worlds. Semenza got me thinking tonight about a jig for cutting plywood. Welcome to the FOG and glad to see you posting. No possible accidents cutting into it. Here is a picture with my main fence. But for some of us the existing fence just doesn't make the grade. Home made jigs are what woodworking is all about, I do not get that statement at all. Qwas Retailer Posts: That's one way to do it. I tried for for over a year to use the existing fence but it seems after 10 cuts it needs realignment. Yes, the fence has a slot on the bottom just like the top. I can also remove that fence and use a smaller fence when cutting plywood. I have used a clamp in a hole to hold a board to act as my stop. Frans Posts: Quote from: Qwas on April 24, , PM. Quote from: Qwas on April 25, , AM. The angle unit stops are not particularly solid, but that's why Festool added the clamp at the end of the fence. Notice the top bar only goes to the left of the guide rail. For home made jigs which I'm afraid I still don't get the point of - use the "T" track on the outside edge of the side extrusion, since clamping against the face of the extrusion will still retain accurate alignment. Dovetail65 Posts: Mettes it depends on if that top T-slot gets in the way or not. I'm going to experiment with it this week and hopefully be posting my idea shortly. And to cut exact 90s and 45s all day long I put some pencil marks on the MFT top at the outer edge to indicate where the fence is at those angles. Maybe it is the way I'm using it. By using a router with the edge guide, my fence is aligned with all the table holes. Although Festool strives for accuracy in the website material, the website may contain inaccuracies. Quote from: Qwas on April 24, , AM. My fence has a stop on it that I rarely move. Quote from: Mettes on April 25, , AM. The content contained on this site is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute professional advice. Then the T-slot could be used in the V-groove. But then I seen how the holes work and my problems have disappeared. Since the fence always goes into the same two holes, the pencil marks always place the fence at the correct angle - exactly! Don't know, but what do you guys think of this? It looks like the MFS but no. Your use of any material contained on this website is entirely at your own risk. Here is how I accomplished the same thing on my old MFT table. It is from Inc. Kevin Brun Posts: 20 Mt. No one is trying to convert you. If you can't the table has enough other options that you can make something else work.

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Pardon my ignorance, but what advantage would the t -slot offer that cannot be accomplished using one of the t slot rails for jigs clamping features available on the MFT-3? Corwin Posts: Bad location for installing T-track around an MFT -- you will want it lower unless you use a backer board or like cutting aluminum.

If you can make the existing fence work for t slot rails for jigs, that's great. The one who says it can't be done should avoid interrupting the person doing it. Festool USA does not pre-approve the contents of this website nor endorse the application or use of any Festool product in any way other than in the manner described in the Festool Instruction Manual.

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I was going to bring up using jigs, but Nick beat me to it. A couple holes in the L-profile to fix the mdf, cut your mdf-top to t slot rails for jigs right size and your all done Is this possible, is this workable?

Who really uses that crappy fence system as is to begin with? Notice that small lip at the top of the V-groove? Skyline by DzinerStudio.

I think I would try to weld a piece of angle iron onto the bottom of the T-slot. It's easier to move the whole fence. It's fine but just seems time consuming versus the T-slot. Festool and its affiliates cannot be responsible for improper postings or your reliance on the website's material. The "V" slot eliminates this slop since as any jig designed to fit will engage the "V" and align exactly every time. Read times. Quote from: Corwin on April 24, , PM. With a T-slot I can slide a fence down it, fine tune to the exact cutting length, screw it down, and cut. I haven't had to realign in about 50 cuts, maybe longer. The T-slots are 6. The 50 jigs okay I am exaggerating I have made that all use a T-slot to begin with. I can the run my fence on the aluminum bar. Here you can see the grooves with the aluminum bar installed on the top and the left side. Sopris, Carbondale, Colorado. Hans Mertens Posts: Hello, well then, I've been reading the FOG for a couple of weeks now, very interesting, have to keep telling myself to go and get some work done, rather then to sit al evening before this screen The missing upper T-slot. The hardware you can buy in any hardware store in the world can be used to work in the T slot. I assume the point of the "V" is to enable reliable alignment. All I see as the advantage of the V slot is taking off and on the fence faster and more accurately. Nice first post for sure!