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UJK Technology Parf Guide System
UJK Technology Parf Guide System
£119.95 (£99.96 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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£119.95 (£99.96 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • UJK Technology Parf Guide System
  • Veritas 10mm Bench Dogs (Pair)
  • Axminster Star Knob - Male M8 x 40mm
  • Festool 2 Piece FSZ 120 Screw Clamp Set
Total: £150.81
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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 (9)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.8 out of 5 based on 9 reviews

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Rouben Lambri

23 November 2016

Excellent easy to use and accurate.

Having watched the in depth YouTubes supplied by Peter Parfitt, I was sold. Now having made 2 tables using this system I can say that the holes created are highly accurate and square. Time is required at points to clamp but this guarantees no play on the parf sticks and jig. Money well spent If you desire accurate mft style tables.





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Oliver

29 August 2016

Good but some tweaks needed.

The theory is there and all in all its good. I've followed the videos but it did take me four attempts. I found that you would need to put slight pressure to the sticks so that the pins would sit vertically as you had them set in the 6,8,10 position. When they are in this position there is quite a bit of play. The metal rules are thin and then can flex so great care is needed. I wouldn't expect results straight away but with a few go's you may get there. I will try again as I found whilst filling in columns the pins were very tight. I'll submit further info once complete and the accuracy of the 90. Any tips from other people would be very helpful.
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Aidan Johnson

15 August 2016

Quid Pro Quo

Bought this as I saw Peter's vids on the Tube and decided in my infinite wisdom(!) that I must have it. I would never have purchased a ready made top (despite wanting one) as I couldn't bear cutting into a £100+ purchase! Now with the PGS I know I can always make another so it's not a problem dropping £100 on this kit.
After watching Peter's excellent videos many times, I never even needed the instructions and cut a test bench in my old thin (6mm 1/4") worktop to get me going. It took maybe a big hour and it worked very well, although the dogs wobble a bit as they are not fully supported in the thin surface that I used. I have since purchased some 18mm Medite WR MDF (as recommended by Peter) for the actual top that I will be using.
It's nice to see that for once that the Americans are jealous of woodworking kit that's available on this side of the pond (as we all know, it's normally the other way around!). Thanks Peter for getting one over on the Yanks! :)
Luckily I bought the system a day before it's price was increased by £20, although I think it's still worth it at £120. If you were thinking of handing Festool even more of your hard earned for a new MFT top, please don't - buy this kit instead and be quids in.
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Peter Goodwin

30 July 2016

Damage be to cutter sizing up

Have just used your Jigs for making a 20 mm Table, I foudit was well worth the wait, and worked a treat. I had 2 problems 1) I oiled the sharf with 3 to 1 and started, Due to being slow I managed to get half the holes drilled with the cutter then had to stop for a meal and a rest. So on starting again I oiled the shaft again and proceeded with only 4 holes left the cutter sized in the brass bush. As a Toolmake with a further 3 years on welding and sheet metail work I stoped and looked at the damage, a steel bure had appeare after entering on about 6 mm. Very carfulluy I removed this and with oil removed the cutter the was only a small amount of damage on the brass bush. after cleaning and checking I finish the 4 holes. I was amased at how easy it worked when tacking your time and would reconmed to any one who wished to make a board. 2) Are you going to produced a 19 mm cutter which to me with many other dogs would fit the system. This will make it a excerlent Jig. Have been amased at how well your Vidios are with very clear Sound. Regards Peter at Essex U.K.
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John Astbury

24 July 2016

UJK Parf guide

I purchased a UJK Parf Guide system from Axminster about a month ago and finally got round to using it yesterday to make my own cutting station. I followed the instructions to the letter ( also watched your videos on the subject ). It all worked out as it should but I have to confess to uttering various expletives as i checked the accuracy once complete using the dogs and steel straight edge --------- in all axis it was SPOT ON! I could hardly believe my eyes. well done Peter for coming up with and perusing this idea, I hope that it will line your pockets accordingly . Cheers John Astbury

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