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Festool 495543 Perforated Top for MFT/3

  • Festool 495543 Perforated Top for MFT/3
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The MDF tabletop insert for the Festool MFT Multifunction Table is two-sided, allowing you to flip it over for a fresh work surface once it has seen some wear. As a spoilboard for cutting, routing, sanding, planing, joining, glue-ups, and just about every other application, it will eventually accumulate enough dings, cuts and holes that it will require replacement.
  • Perforated Top for MFT/3
  • Perforated Top for MFT/3 - 495543


Shipping Weight: 5 lbs.



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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Easy To Use
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Home Repair
eventually you will get one
I first baby my top but i realized its just tool.. use it! i thought about making my own top but it wasnt worth the time. just buy a new one. even ifyo uare cutting into your like i do it will last you a longtime
August 31, 2011
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Replacement Top
I'm very careful with my MFT tops but they will slowly get cut up a lot unless you're extremely diligent about setting up the rail. An impromptu downpour proved my table MFT800's downfall one weekend while it was seeing noble work on a house in New England...sigh. Fortunately, these tops can be replaced although I'm sure you're looking at the price tag (yikes!) That's a lot of cabbage for an MDF top. There are people I've read about online who've tried to drill their own holes in standard MDF but I just don't see how it can be spaced properly to allow proper set-up of the rail, etc. My advice: take care of the one you've got and if, like me, you need a new one, learn from your mistakes!

Hint: if you've got an old MFT800 and cannot get your hands on the original table top, try cutting this one to fit.
August 18, 2011

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