UJK Technology Parf Guide System
UJK Technology Parf Guide System
£129.95 (£108.29 Ex. VAT)

UJK Technology Parf Guide System

Code: 102278

  • Based on the Pythagoras theorem for infallible accuracy
  • Quick and easy, guaranteed results every time
  • Produce a portable cutting board whenever the need arises
  • Create custom-made, bench top track saw cutting stations
  • Made entirely in Axminster, Devon for UJK Technology
  • Includes two Parf sticks and all necessary guides and drill bits
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£129.95 (£108.29 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • UJK Technology Parf Guide System
  • Veritas 10mm Bench Dogs (Pair)
  • UJK Technology Dog Rail Clip (Pair)
  • Axminster Star Knob - Male M8 x 40mm
Total: £151.52

In Detail

Designed by Peter Parfitt, the UJK Technology Parf Guide System (PGS) is a joint development with Axminster Tools & Machinery. Manufacturing of the system takes place entirely in Axminster, Devon under the UJK Technology brand name.
The Parf Guide System (PGS) is a highly accurate method of laying out a pattern of 20mm holes in a bench top or work surface to create a track saw cutting station. Using the PGS, this task is both quick and easy, producing spot-on results every time. With an accurate pattern of 20mm holes and a set of Veritas Parf Dogs, you will be able to make the perfect right angle or 45° cuts with a guide rail and track saw.
The PGS provides an infallible method to make a track saw cutting station on site in less than 30 minutes, making this an invaluable tool. With the PGS, you will be able to make a custom bench top or portable cutting board whenever the need arises.
Based on Pythagoras' theorem, the PGS uses two Parf sticks along with a 3mm drill guide and 3mm drill bit to create an accurately placed series of holes with the rows at perfect right angles to the columns. Then the guide block and the special 20mm bit come into play to produce the final pattern of 20mm holes.
Parf Guide System comprises two Parf Sticks, 1m long with a series of 3mm holes along the length at 96mm centres; a 3mm drill guide with 3mm drill bit and three 3mm guide pins. Plus, a guide block and a special 20mm TC drill bit with a 3mm centre guide.

Plans for a storage box for the Parf Guide System, are available below in the download section of this product. Please click on 'User Manual 2' download.

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Reviews (29)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.7 out of 5 based on 29 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews


Adam Aubrey-Rees

12 August 2017

A true "Ronseal" product

Having finally got my complete PGS (demand appears to be heavy still!) I completed my first worktop using cheap MDF for practice. The tool is absolutely superb and even though the MDF was of poor quality the accuracy of the top is, to quote its inventor, "spot on". One word of caution; I may have over tightened the collar on the drill bit as the grub screw created a burr on the shaft of the bit. When I tried to remove the bit if fouled the inner sleeve of the brass bush. For those not aware, the collar is an recent modification to overcome the problem of the drill bit dropping through the 20mm hole when you remove your drill. I little bit of emery paper solved the issue but in an ideal world it would be nice if a small flat face was put on the top of the shaft. Overall this a fantastic product and there is little I can add, but to endorse, the accolades of other commentators here.

Scott Matthews

5 August 2017

A dream come true!

Having messed about with 1:1 printouts, home made jigs and even third party MFT tops for 3 years, I could resist this tool no longer. It is simply fantastic. I love the concept, the build quality and the results. Better still is the ability to customise the hole layout. One niggle I've always had with the genuine MFT is that it's completely covered in holes. I appreciate that the standard configuration suits most peoples needs - for me however, I'd have liked a small area that is 'hole free', as I often drop small items through the surface. Now I can create the perfect layout to suit the scale of projects I build. The instructions are clear and easy to follow. There is a host of videos on youtube made by its inventor Peter Parfitt. I highly recommend this product.

Deane Lyons

5 August 2017

Amazingly accurate

Just wanted to add to my previous review.
When used correctly it’s amazingly accurate. But if you want to check it’s accuracy with a standard framing square then don’t bother. You will need an extremely accurate square like the ones from Empire. I first tested with a standard square and thought I had done something wrong as there was movement on the square . Bought an Empire framing square and bingo! It showed that all the holes were in PERFECT alignment. Morel of the story this system is likely to be more accurate than some of your framing or set squares.

John Harvey

28 July 2017

Excellent Accuracy

After ordering from across the pond, I received the Parf Guide system in perfect shape, well packaged, in reasonable time. Shipping costs were reasonable and offset by the reduction in VAT. I have since perforated a 2' x 6' maple and granadillo bench with it, and it performed very accurately. I would recommend backing up solid wood when drilling the holes.

Guenter Odebrecht

9 July 2017

how about a third parfstick?

English is not my native language but nevertheless I love watching all of the videos on YouTube by Peter Parfitt. So, forwarned in time, I was lucky to get hold of one of the first Parfguide sets quite some time ago. As expected, I can't praise Peter more for his ingenious concept and Axminster for the good quality, putting it into practice.
All the words of praise have been written, meanwhile, but I would like to ask Axminster, why they don't offer the choice among buying two or three parfsticks when ordering the parfguide set. I admit, that the third one is not essential, and I had to wait quite some time, when I ordered my third stick separately, but now it makes working with my set even easier. Besides - I keep my third stick always handy in the workshop, even for lots of other applications.

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