Router Jig for Festool MFT-Style Holes

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Make your own Festool MFT-style slabs with this jig made from 1/2" (12.7mm) solid phenolic resin laminate. Quickly and easily rout 20mm holes with a 20mm router bit and 30mm copy ring with one plunge on your router! Router bit and guide bushing sold separately.

The jig includes 2 bench dogs to make precise 96mm copies. 

The dimensions from the jig allows you to exactly make the same slab as the MFT. You first start from the corner, clamp it and make the first row of holes (which is the second row on a final slab) then you can just continue from there by using the bench dogs. At the end you can go back to the first row and turn the jig upside down so you can again use the bench dogs and make the first row on a finished MFT. This way your clamps will never be in the way of plunging.

The manufacturer claims that this MFT router jigs gives you 90° patterns if instructions and precision are followed correctly. Tolerance is 0.01° , same as CNC'd MFT tops.

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Customer Questions
What's the shank size of the 20mm bit? Also, what are the part numbers for the OF 1400 and 2200 guide bushings?

The router bit that we're offering is the Festool 491072 bit with an 8mm shank. The part number for the OF 1400 guide bushing is 492185 and for the OF 2200 is 494625.

Can this be used with other router types and guide bushings?

It can be used with any brand of router, but it requires a 30mm guide bushing and a 20mm router bit. The guide bushing and router bit can also be any brand. We offer the Festool versions for convenience and since we have them in stock.

Do you have an eta on stock?

Approximately 7-10 days. If you order now, we will not charge your credit card until the product ships. Please note that Paypal payments are charged when the order is placed.

How far are the holes apart on center?

96mm on center, just like the Festool MFT tables.

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