The Basic Unit forms the base of the Compact Modular System (CMS) and provides a sturdy frame for all modules in the Festool range to fit into. The base unit is made of aluminium and magnesium, making it very light at 10.8kg and stable whilst being robust and very portable. The table has a no-volt-release switch fitted with a socket to plug the power tool into, ensuring maximum safety, control and ease of use. The legs fold for use on a bench and for transport. The feet have rubber caps and one is adjustable for uneven floors. Available for the 110V and 230V versions.
|Nett Weight||10.8 kg|
|Table Height||900mm (unfolded), 316mm (folded)|
|Table Size||585 mm x 400 mm|
12 January 2017
What do you need it for?I think anybody should really know what this table where made for. This is not your main saw table, it can not be, simply because it wasn't meant that way. I think this is a wonderful piece of equipment. Portable and precise, you can expand it at your need. The sliding table is superb, a bit small but smooth and fine adjustable. The mitre fence supplied with the cms module works as it should and it's sturdy once you tight it up. The material which is all some kind of aluminium alloy its as sturdy as light weighted. The only complain goes to the price, the whole unit with all accessories comes at a crazy price which it makes it almost unreachable for most personal shop and small business workers. I'd say, do you need it? really need it? if the answer is yes I guess you already have all the heavy stuff in your shop and you need something small and portable but with the very good quality you would expect from Festool.
2 December 2014
Wouldn't be without it...I've been using mine for about 4 years with the OF2200, OF1400 and OF1010 Festool routers. The OF1400 is best matched in my opinion because there's less weight for the rise/fall mechanism to deal with – when compared to the OF2200 – resulting in smoother movement and easier fine height adjustment yet with plenty of power for bigger jobs. It is pricey for sure but then it's a top-end product with a premium price-tag to match. It's worth the money in my opinion because it ticks so many boxes: it's accurate, lightweight, collapsable and adaptable, and it's built without compromise. The only improvements I would like to see are a quicker method of attaching and detaching the router and easier access for cutter changes.
Mr Chris Cook
27 April 2010
Not good enoughBought this after a demo, it's a pretty good router table but you need to add both a very expensive router adapter plate and a very nice router. At about £1400 all in I wish I'd saved up and bought a proper spindle moulder.