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Offline Forty5r

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MFT cart
« on: October 23, 2019, 01:44 AM »
Work in progress but I finally have the cart on wheels and the table on top. Going to add some slides and some shelving. The CT26 side will get some exhaust ports but for now it’s just a giant shop vac storage area. The cart was made with the festool domino. Using that tool is fairly new to me but I got some good practice time. All the panels lined up perfect on the tightest setting.

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Offline waho6o9

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Re: MFT cart
« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2019, 09:52 AM »
Good job!

Maybe install some top and or bottom rails to reduce lateral stress?

Rock on

Offline Mario Turcot

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Re: MFT cart
« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2019, 04:04 PM »
Very nice and sharp  [thumbs up]

If I may suggest add some structural reinforcement. You will eventually bump a caster against a small piece of wood and the cart may rack. There is two ways I would do it.

1) Add a full or partial back on the side it will be stored against a wall.
2) Add a lateral support in the middle part, half way. That way both sides are usable.

Keep posting!
Mario