I'll start by thanking @Untidy Shop
for posting the link to the Conturo manual that contains the MFT "brackets". @erock
for the inspiration on hanging the pump off the MFT, and from what I understand @Rick Christopherson
for the foot valve "holder".
I used the VAC SYS everyday, issue was set up and take down. I have this thing about putting items away. When I'm spraying I'll cover the system.
The MFT is set up to be an indeed table for my CMS.
I used drop off plywood from a set of shelves I'm fabricating for a pantry cabinet. I did ream the baseplate holes to 17/64" to accept 1/4" bolts.
Backplates for the "heads", doubled 3/4" plywood, 1/4-20 threaded inserts with shoulder. I do not have stock metric threaded inserts. This plywood was sanded with the RO 125-80 grit Granat rotex mode only prior to spraying 2 coats of SW KA+ BRE.
2-1/2" long bolts were the proper length to mount the "heads".
The "bracket" for the pump.
I chose to hang the pump under the MFT instead of it projecting outside the MFT.
5/16-18x1.25" with tri-wing hand nut to retain the pump bracket.
Both bolt assemblies installed and tightened.
Close up of the bolt slot and v-groove insert.
Pump in its new home.
The three items on the MFT. The head plates are retained by 5/16-18x2.25" bolts with tri-wing nuts.
Nutserts and 5 stem bumpers installed on the bottom of the foot valve holder.
With the pump under the MFT I used a remote control on the system.
What I would change---
The heads sit about 1/2" above the MFT surface. I used the specs in the manual, I would prefer if the heads were flush when loaded with the MFT surface.
I may change the foot valve plywood to 1/8" aluminum. I'll remove the leg bore and mount it on the aluminum plate. this will prevent the plate from sliding out from underneath the leg.