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Britman

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Here you go, not sure how helpful these will be but I'm very happy with how it all works. The cams are mdf which grip the wedges better, I cut some perspex cams but found they sometimes vibrated loose whilst using the ROS.
I'm going to have to try these CamClamps 👍
 

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An option to consider. Without the drop down 'exact' square (Festool table), square cuts,
in smaller dimensions, I found to be awkward.
this seems like a fair solution.
 

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Figured I’d take a photo of the benchdogs sectional fence and the rail dogs in use. Might be easier than my explanation. I may yet add a Festool hinge to the MW1000 extension but the rail dogs do work well for trimming up long narrow stock.
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So after spending ages drilling 20mm holes in two benches, I have now finally got some workspace and moved on to making real things our of proper timber. The only downside is that I can't use my benches for anything because I possess the grand sum of zero bench dogs, clamps, or anything else. Oh, and I don't want to damage the surface because it looks nice, but anyway.

For those of you with MFT tables, what are your most used accessories? Obviously there's a fair bit of choice with dogs and pups, but I'm not sure which brand to get. Clamps? Anything else? I'm going to make a few of the Axminster MDF accessories like stops and squares because I have a glut of valchromat left over and it seems pointless paying good money when I can saw a piece off and drill some holes in it.
Hello regarding not wanting to cut into my MFT worktop i went to kjssigns.bigcartel.com/product/mft-work-surface-protectors-x10-bench-dogs and bought 10 for £12 and they are a good fit and strong i also asked the chappy who was selling them for a different size for me which he did ,well worth a look.
 

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Hello regarding not wanting to cut into my MFT worktop i went to kjssigns.bigcartel.com/product/mft-work-surface-protectors-x10-bench-dogs and bought 10 for £12 and they are a good fit and strong i also asked the chappy who was selling them for a different size for me which he did ,well worth a look.
good find. Thanks
 
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