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Offline evidenttools

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How to verticaly store CS 70 Precisio table extensions ?
« on: February 20, 2017, 09:20 AM »
Hello.

I recently bought a second hand CS 70 Precisio saw.

I found this picture on the FOG :


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My several tests or examination of the table don’t give me the solution for this vertical storage.

Does it need specific accessories ?

I thank you.

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Offline Alex

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Re: How to verticaly store CS 70 Precisio table extensions ?
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2017, 11:16 AM »
He probably made a custom bracket. The CS70 as it is designed does not have this ability.

Wait, I figured it out when I had a look at my CS70.

Just expand the legs of the side table, and hang them over the metal tube that runs on the side of the CS70.


Offline greg mann

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Re: How to verticaly store CS 70 Precisio table extensions ?
« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2017, 12:29 PM »
Alex, I imagine you have figured out, or already knew, the outfeed table can also be swung down on the knobs.

This solves a minor irritant of where to store the tables. I guess Festool doesn't always make accessories necessary after all. [dead horse]
Greg Mann
Oakland, Michigan

Offline Alex

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Re: How to verticaly store CS 70 Precisio table extensions ?
« Reply #3 on: February 20, 2017, 12:34 PM »
Alex, I imagine you have figured out, or already knew, the outfeed table can also be swung down on the knobs.

Yeah, that one's obvious.

I wish I had a place to permanently set up my saw, I always have to break it down after use.

Offline greg mann

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Re: How to verticaly store CS 70 Precisio table extensions ?
« Reply #4 on: February 20, 2017, 06:08 PM »
Obvious to you but I managed to miss it.  [doh]
Greg Mann
Oakland, Michigan

Offline evidenttools

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Re: How to verticaly store CS 70 Precisio table extensions ?
« Reply #5 on: February 21, 2017, 02:13 AM »
Hello.

Thanks for the answers, and for the pic, Alex.

I see the solution. Not very satisfying for me, there is always the risk of bringing down the extension.

Okay, I'll think about a shopmade solution ...

Thank you.

Offline brackbox

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Re: How to verticaly store CS 70 Precisio table extensions.
« Reply #6 on: October 16, 2019, 03:11 PM »
Alex, I imagine you have figured out, or already knew, the outfeed table can also be swung down on the knobs.

This solves a minor irritant of where to store the tables. I guess Festool doesn't always make accessories necessary after all. [dead horse]

Still working out how I can do all I did on the Kapex and more. I wasn’t aware that the main fence also fits the MFT3. I took off the plastic storage box having spotted the extension side table which appeared to be hinged down in a blog photo. I didn’t quite get to using the legs hung over the bar. The next job is to sort the out feed table as suggested. I don’t think I will use it all that much as I can feed out onto the MFT3 but it will give me great satisfaction in solving the storage problem. Thanks for the photos and suggestions. :