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Festool 492611 - Plantilla para fresar MFS 700
- Festool 492611 MFS 700 Freessjabloon - 600 x 300mm (2st) - 492611
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Plantilla de fresado, adecuado para todos los tipos de dispositivos: para fresadora con kopierringaufnahme modelo MFS 400 o MFS 700 gracias a la ranura de montaje para tornillo - ajustable y hebelzwingen es una pieza de fijación rápida de la plantilla en el posible en todo momento gracias a perfiles y diversos accesorios es la multifräss chablone se puede emplear en muchos trabajos, de rondas de hasta rectangular recortados para rectangular (300 × 100 mm) o redondas (600 mm) de diámetro ausfräsungen ángulo de contenido 2 ataques abkipp Protección Círculo punta para distancia herramientas
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Unless you are making a very large number of identical mortises, an ultra simple shop made ply and edge stop with a slot for the copy ring will be easier to use as it can be clamped much easier and more securely. Would I buy again, NO.
The aluminum template has a low coefficient of friction. The vibration and forces of routing can cause the template to shift with disastrous results unless the template is clamped very securely.
With most router bits, the substantial thickness of the MFS multi-router template will prevent you from plunging all the way through 18 mm (0.75 inch) material. To put it more simply: This kit won't work with 3/4" thick plywood. At least, I've never been able to plunge all the way through with my OF 1400, this template, and any of the carbide router bits I own. I've even risked death and disfigurement by extending router bit shanks precariously from the collet, but I've still always come up a few millimeters short. The thickness of the MFS multi-router template extrusions is just too thick to pierce 3/4" plywood with most router bits. I consider this a significant limitation, since it means you either can't use this template, or you have to perform several additional machining operations; with attendant risk to the workpiece.
In order to clamp the MFS multi-router template securely to a workpiece, it is often necessary to support the template in the same plane as the top surface of the workpiece, using shims. In practice, this greatly complicates preparation and use of the template system. I'm always rummaging for scraps and offcuts to use as shims. Clamp placement is a challenge even on the simplest of set ups. Depending on circumstances, such as the work piece and the pattern of clamping holes in your work table, it may not be possible to adequately clamp everything in position.
The operational envelope for this template system is remarkably narrow. Aside from risking death and dismemberment trying to pierce 3/4" plywood, I also mangled the included "hockey puck" discovering other limits of this product. If you route an area out of the center of a workpiece, your router is then only supported on one side, by the aluminum extrusions, because the area you removed is no longer present to support the hockey puck. I tried making a shim for the hockey puck once, to elevate it, and stabilize the router, so that I could put a treatment on an interior edge of a workpiece. Unfortunately, elevating the hockey puck with my specially-made shim proved unstable. Hockey puck met carbide. It was frightening and destructive.
Oh! And those darned, transparent "Festool" branding stickers they put on top of the aluminum extrusions! Those stickers peel up the very first time the router slides over top of them. Even though the stickers were applied in a rebate of the extrusion, the soul of the router curls them up and over on first contact, and the sticky adhesive interferes with movement of the router during your cut, resulting in damage or burns! What an embarrassing fiasco, because you know EXACTLY who you're furious at when it happens. Rage!
Despite all the fear and loathing for this product, without some kind of template system you might waste hours and days making one-off templates for yourself. It depends on the nature of your work. Festool has us on the horns of a very expensive dilemma with this unhappy product. If I had to buy it all over again, I suppose I might, but only grudgingly. This product is a solution, but it is not a good solution at any price.