UJK Technology Parf Chamfer Tool
Enables full use of the Parf Super Dog, plus helps protect your 20mm worktop holes
This specially designed tool cuts a neat, small chamfer around a precise 20mm dog hole. You can also use it on the Festool MFT/3 table or any custom worktop made using the UJK Technology Parf Guide System. A shallow chamfer has two benefits: it allows full use of the Parf Super Dog when fitted with its stop collar; and secondly, by removing the sharp edge around the hole, it prevents damage from repeated insertion of dogs, clamps and other accessories—not to mention the occasional painful finger snag!
The parf chamfer tool has a solid tungsten carbide cutter with four cutting edges. If the edge becomes dull, simply turn the cutter 90° to a fresh edge. In all probability, it will never need replacing. Only suitable for use with MDF/HDF.
- Designed to cut a small chamfer around a 20mm dog hole
- Suitable for use on the Festool MFT/3 table and others
- Cutting a chamfer enables use of Parf Super Dog and its stop collar, and also helps protect your 20mm worktop holes
- Solid tungsten carbide cutter with 4 cutting edges
NOTE: Designed and intended for use on MDF and HDF material. NOT recommended for hardwood veneer plywood.
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Works great however would like something I could use in drill pretty exhaustive for large top.
Works very well even in birch plywood
While I'm building my own MFT-style assembly bench, I decided I wanted to simplify work holding. So I drilled some 20mm dog holes (using the Parf Guide System) in a hard maple cabinetmaker's bench. I then used the chamfer tool to cut a chamfer. It certainly worked. A few turns, and I had a chamfer. I deducted a star because I got some tearout in the hard maple. This will probably not happen in plywood or mdf, but it's definitely there in hard maple.