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Online TrackTubesGuy

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Felder FAT300
« on: March 17, 2018, 01:11 PM »
Well, after a year of inner-turmoil, I finally bought a FAT300 lifting table.  I really didn't want to spend the $$$, but it really was the best solution for what I plan on using it for in my garage/shop.  Anyhow, I didn't get a top because I plan on building a custom top that does a lot more than just an MFT ... any ideas?

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Offline egmiii

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Re: Felder FAT300
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2018, 01:29 PM »
I'd probably get a piece of 25mm baltic birch, drill a few 20mm holes for using track clamps and leave the rest solid. I'd then mount a small vacuum pump under the table and have quick disconnects to attach a two sided vacuum pod to the top.

You're going to love the FAT 300. Glad to see you didn't waste the money on the Felder top. Better to make your own. I have a Barth 300 and Barth 500V and really enjoy them. Total game changer for workflow.

Offline ScotF

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Re: Felder FAT300
« Reply #2 on: March 17, 2018, 04:18 PM »
That is awesome...I have been wanting one of these since they came out a few years ago. Just nowhere to store it when not in use. Love the idea and the versatility. Looking forward to how you use it.