Festool MFT/3 Multifunctional Table with Accessories
Festool MFT/3 Multifunctional Table with Accessories
£599.96 (£499.97 Ex. VAT)

Festool MFT/3 Multifunctional Table with Accessories

Code: 702780

  • Festool quality and precision
  • Versatile and Mobile, folds for transport
  • Many safe and secure clamping options possible
  • Part of an expandable system
  • CMS modules and associated power tools can be added easily using the optional extension frame
  • Table size 1157 x 773mm
  • Table height 900mm, legs folded 180mm
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£599.96 (£499.97 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Festool MFT/3 Multifunctional Table with Accessories
  • Veritas 70mm Parf Dogs (Pair)
  • Festool FS-HZ 160 Steel Ratchet Lever Clamp
  • Festool Fixed Clamps MFT-SP
Total: £735.54

In Detail

The MFT/3 work table from Festool is part of a comprehensive range of products providing the end user with quality, versatility and, in this case, a superb work holding device. It truly is a multifunction table with many different holding, cutting and machining operations possible. The MDF top is perforated over its entire surface with 20mm holes to take the accessory clamps. These can be adapted to take regular and irregular shaped workpieces up to 78mm thick and 700mm wide. The supplied guide rail and angle stop will provide the opportunity for many different cutting and machining variations when using a portable circular saw or router. The MFT/3, can with the addition of an extension frame, takes the Festool CMS (Compact Modular System) modules. The fitting of these modules and a suitable power tool enables you to have a router, circular saw, jigsaw or belt sander facility fitted to the end of your table. If space is at a premium in your work place, then having all this capability in such a compact unit is sure to be a winning combination.

Supplied with table with perforated top and foldaway legs, swivel unit, support unit, angle stop, adjustable stop, guide rail FS 1080/2, deflector FS-AW and additional clamp for securing the stop rail to the V-groove

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Model MFT/3
Nett Weight 28 kg
Overall L x W x H 1,102 mm x 718 mm x 900 mm
Reviews (14)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.5 out of 5 based on 14 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



27 August 2017

Festool MFT/3 Multifunction Table with accessories

The MFT/3 coupled with the Festool TS 55 has absolutely positively changed the way I work.
When set up correctly one off or batch production accurate cuts are performed time after time with ease.
It does seem expensive at first glance, but this is something that will last for years to come and pay you back in saved time and pure satisfaction every time it is used.
Just wonderful!

Martin Humphreys

6 September 2016

Precision cutting

I bought the MFT/3 intially as a temporary workbench. SInce it arrived its remained permanently setup. Wouldn't be without it. Precise cuts every time.

Paul C

2 September 2015

Keep it dry

I have been using the MFT/3 for a while now and there is no doubt that it a clever system which, as its name suggests, is multifunctional. It is interesting to note that the idea of using a grid of holes to set out and hold the workpiece is being used on other benches now. However there are two points which I feel should be considered but are rarely mentioned. The first is the weight which at around 30 Kg makes it more luggable than portable. More important is the it must be kept away from damp, otherwise the MDF top will warp alarmingly. Its something to bear in mind if its kept in an unheated garage or in site where there is a damp atmosphere.

Ivan Bradley

23 April 2015

Best thing since sliced plywood

Like many others, I blanched at the price of this ( just like I did with the track saw) but I had chance to play with one at a local Festool fanatic's house. The combination of this and the saw is unbelievable - well, it has to be experienced, then anyone will believe. It's astonishing. The ease of use, the safety, the quality of cut... glass-smooth edges, perfectly square to a reference side with absolutely no splintering, something I've never seen before. Veneered plywood has a perfect edge on both the "good" piece and the "waste" side, top and bottom so there's absolutely no waste apart from the 2.2mm kerf. This makes cabinet building in pre-finished boards a realistic option.

I finally caved in and bought the OF1010 router too, which runs along the track and makes cutting housings everything but the nightmare it has always tended to be.

Vacuum dust extraction is highly recommended. It makes cutting and routing virtually dust free which is a wonder in itself.
I knocked my own dust collector up from an aquavac I found in a skip powered via a computer peripheral switching socket so the vac comes on automatically when the saw or router is fired up. There's a cyclone I built in the line too, so hardly any dust gets as far as the aguavac which fits nicely under the mft/3.

Mine's permanently set up under a rain shelter so it gets used for picknicking on too.

I certainly don't regret the purchase but I think that I treat it as a permanent "go-to" workbench. I know it's portable and only takes a little longer than a Workmate to erect, but having it on hand all the time is life-transforming. I now turn out work that the mere contemplation of would have seemed impossible only a little while ago.

Sell the children and get one of these.

The Alster

8 February 2015


I don't have a table saw (no space) but have a Festool plunge saw and with this and the table I can cut accurate cross cuts every time and it folds up to sit in the corner the workshop. Not only that but it is a very useful workbench too with clamping holes over its entire surface. The perfect height as well.

What I did to avoid the setting up issues that some have mentioned is to mark the top with a fine indelible marker the position of the rear fence. I check this occasionally and it doesn't seem to need adjustment even though I disassemble every time I put it away. Not much else needs setting up as the front and rear slides have stops anyway and the height adjustment is simple, assembling and setting it all up from folded takes very little time at all (less than 2 minutes probably?) but this is not a light price of kit though (the upside is its very solid to work on)! I also have the Parf and standard dogs that help get the cutting line and angles very accurate. You can make over 680mm cuts with this too and using the fence stop make accurate repeat cuts. I can get better than 0.5mm accuracy on 500mm wide boards.

All in all one of the best pieces of workshop kit I have.

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