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Offline UncleJoe

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I am in the process of improving every area of my shop and my work process. I am now at the process of organizing and getting the most utility out of my MFT. Please share pictures of how you organize your Dogs, Clamps and any other things you do that makes working with the MFT better. I am sure that many members have good ideas and can inspire more ideas out of this group.

Thanks for your help
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Offline Dick Mahany

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Re: Show your Dog and MFT accessory storage and organization
« Reply #1 on: June 05, 2017, 01:15 PM »
I use a Sys 3 Combi and like it very much.  It lives just under the front MFT3 rail guide on a slideout shelf.  It holds MFT3 parts, clamps, stops, dogs, tapes, wrenches and a few other items. I just wish I could squeeze the rail and back stop extrusions in there  ;D


Offline UncleJoe

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Re: Show your Dog and MFT accessory storage and organization
« Reply #2 on: June 05, 2017, 01:26 PM »
That is handy. You can remove everything from the top of the mft to have a clear cuttingb/working surface yet everything has a plce so nothing gets lost.
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Offline Peter_C

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Re: Show your Dog and MFT accessory storage and organization
« Reply #3 on: June 06, 2017, 01:52 PM »
I need to be mobile so...



Offline fignewton

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Re: Show your Dog and MFT accessory storage and organization
« Reply #4 on: July 03, 2017, 09:02 PM »
Finally got around to taking some pics for this thread. I have an MFT and a Rockler frame with MFT top side by side.  I keep my CT26 underneath on the left.  To keep all my clamps, dogs, etc., I bought a Sys-roll, a 3-dtrawer Stystainer, and a Sys-MFT.  I keep my LR32 set on the bottom to get my overall height.  This slides right under the MFT, and rolls out for easy access to the clamps, dogs, etc.  It also makes a perfect place to set the Domino, RO125, whichever router I'm using etc. between tasks without having to set it on the floor.  Plus, I can move it from the MFTs to my MFT-type 4x8 assembly top if I'm working over there, or go mobile.  Works very well for me.
TS55, MFT3+, OF1400, C12, CT-26, LR-32 system, Domino 500, RO125, MFK 700, Carvex w/ accsy, Sys-roll,  CXS, Kapex, UG with extensions, RO90