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Offline phamt78

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MFT Top/UJK Parf Guide/Cutting station
« on: June 24, 2020, 02:41 PM »
Hello Everyone,

Just wanted to share my cutting station. I finally had time to make it.

Wish I bought the mark II. I bought the mark I a while ago when it first came out.

I finally had the time to take it out the box and make a cutting station today.

Thanks Peter Parfitt,

Truong


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Re: MFT Top/UJK Parf Guide/Cutting station
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2020, 08:42 PM »
Hello Everyone,

Just wanted to share my cutting station. I finally had time to make it.

Wish I bought the mark II. I bought the mark I a while ago when it first came out.

I finally had the time to take it out the box and make a cutting station today.

Thanks Peter Parfitt,

Truong
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@phamt78 - welcome to the FOG and congratulations for getting started with your Parf Guide Mk 1.

Alsway helpful to see work - in -progress or finishe dwork as in your case - with pictures - THANK YOU.

Let me re-assure you that both versions are equally accurate.

If yo did not  buy the Parf Dust Port - I highly recommend it. Snap it on and quit fiddling with vac hoses while trying to drill.

You also should have a Clamping Collar. If you purchased from TSO it likely included  our custom Stainless Clamping Collar. If not TSO has a few left in stock as AXMINSTER have now switched to a Clamping Collar instead of the earlier less than satisfactory Stop Collar.

Keep up the good work and keep posting!

Hans

Offline Rick Herrick

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Re: MFT Top/UJK Parf Guide/Cutting station
« Reply #2 on: June 24, 2020, 11:05 PM »
I second Han's suggestion on the Parf Dust Port.  At first you think it might be hokey but its incredibly useful.  I did about 80 holes today and twice I forgot to turn on the vacuum and boy, does that 20mm spit out some stuff.  The Dust Port catches pretty much all of it.

Offline Josh2

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Re: MFT Top/UJK Parf Guide/Cutting station
« Reply #3 on: June 25, 2020, 11:31 AM »
Thanks for sharing! I like it because it's simple and efficient. I am working on my own. Is this a Incra TTRACKPLUS36 36" T-Track Plus? What do you use to attach the adjustable DIY rail support to both ends?

Hello Everyone,

Just wanted to share my cutting station. I finally had time to make it.

Wish I bought the mark II. I bought the mark I a while ago when it first came out.

I finally had the time to take it out the box and make a cutting station today.

Thanks Peter Parfitt,

Truong