Author Topic: "MarxIng MFTM Multifunktionstisch Bausatz mit Anwendungsbeispielen" it's an MFT  (Read 36466 times)

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Offline rst

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8020 sells aluminum extrusions similar to these in imperial and metric versions.  They sell enough accessories that you can build practically anything you can imagine...actually that is one of their marketing phrases... "The Imagination Store"  I purchase mine on E-bay but they have industrial suppliers across the states.  If you contact them, they will refer you to the one closest to you.  When I buy on E-bay from them they send one of the small project example booklets that illustrate what customers have built.  These books are great inspiration and creative motivators.  You can also find them on Facebook, where they also show examples of builds.

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Offline Bittoo

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Hi I am so impressed with your idea. So I have gone ahead and started to build my own,with some question need to ask re:- what runner and wood you have used and from which company. Same for how did you build the router table and any more details on your drill how to fix and move back and forward please advice.

Many thanks


Offline Joe Church

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  • Be realistic - Try the impossible
Very nice.

Good Job man !
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