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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2019 3:51 pm 
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If anyone watches Peter Millard on YouTube you'll know he uses the TS55 for cross cuts using a 700mm track on a flip down contraption. I've had a look at Festool track accessories can find the system he uses. Anyone have any ideas?

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It's a Festool MFT table. The current model is the MFT/3. His is an older version (MFT/1080?)

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Hi J&K

Thanks. It was this mechanism I was specifically interested in but I now see it's a MFT accessory rather than a Track accessory. I had a look at the site again and still can't see it. Is it sold separately and can it work with other manufactures track?

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It should work with any track compatible with the Festool track (e.g Makita, Metabo, Hilti, Parkside, etc) because AFAIK it uses the connector bar slot to hold the track

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