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
  • All components made, checked or assembled in Axminster 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
  • UJK Technology Dog Rail Clip (Pair)
  • Axminster Star Knob - Male M8 x 40mm
  • Veritas Clamping Knob
Total: £142.41

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 (34)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.7 out of 5 based on 34 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews


Steven Haworth

11 October 2017

very useful for shop bench building

Years ago I built a couple benches using Timothy Wilmots design and used a 20mm router bit. I also subscribe to Peter Parfit and new of his drilling guide. I purchased from Lee Valley in May and used for the first time over the weekend as I am building more benches of Timothy's new design. The 3mm pins are very tight. I struggle getting them in and out of the rule. After getting my first top course done and tried to remove one pin so I could swivel the rule 90 degrees the cap came off the pin in my fingers. This was not even the tightest pin, There is one pin that still is holding together that is the toughest. I even tried the 3 in 1 oil on these. I finished one top using vise grips on the one pin. I realize everything has to be tight to be accurate but I do not see Peter struggling with the pins like I am. The jig is excellent I just feel that for some reason I got pins that are just wrong. I use digital calipers in my work so I checked the pins. I get 3.0 on two and the tightest one gives me 3.05. I am waiting to hear from Lee Valley.


28 September 2017

Impressed with the quality

I recently bought this great piece of kit and my first attempt at producing a MFT was very successful.
Once I read through the instructions and watched the video again it wasn't difficult.
I did however find the pins very difficult to grip, the reason being a smooth surface.
And the drill bit retaining collars grub screw is a slotted head type which is already showing signs of not lasting.
I have mentioned both points to Axminster, suggesting that knurled pin heads would be easier to grip and that the grub screw might be better if it were the Allen key type.
So apart from the grub screw, I'm happy to give the PGS the thumbs up...
Thank you..

Jack Terpack

15 September 2017

Great Tool System

After watching Peter Parfit and David Stanton using this system, I had to have one. I purchased mine through Lee Valley and also got the parf dogs there. I have an old industrial workbench top from a local auction. The surface was rather poor due to years of abuse. I simply unscrewed it and flipped it over and found a perfect hard maple top. The table measured 3 feet by 7 feet and 1.625 inches thick. I laid out 162 perfect pilot holes in about one hour. When I tried to drill the first 20mm hole, I learned real quickly that the pilot tip on the bit did not like trying to cut through hard maple. I, therefore, went back over the pilot holes without the jig and redrilled them totally through the work top. This solved that problem. I have the older bit design and could not allow enough shaft length to complete the drilling through the 1.625 depth. I had about 1/16 inch left and went back and finished them off by hand after competing the entire top. They came out great. The bit is still cutting as well as it did to start. I am totally satisfied with this great tool system. I need to find out if the newer drill bit shaft is any longer than the original because I have two more bench tops that could use dog holes in them. I will not be doing a compete 162 hole pattern on them though.


12 September 2017


The system is amazing and I had no trouble using it at all. I was slightly over robust putting one of the guide pins into the ruler and it was not happy and got stuck. I think this just showed how accurate it is, so take your time with putting the pins through and make sure you don't approach at any sort of angle. The system is pretty quick when you get into it. Also I recommend having a vacuum going to clear during drilling the 20mm holes, it really help. I saw Peter had made one in a video and has the plans, so I emailed him asking for them and he emailed them the next day! Great system and service.


3 September 2017

Es muy precisa

Es bastante precisa , es fácil hacer un tablero MFT, un poco lento eso si, creo que una plantilla opcional para el router sería buena opción para ir más rápido. Por lo demás perfecto.

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