The Festool MFK 700 Modular Trim Router is designed to easily transform from a vertical to horizontal orientation without tools. Use this router to trim laminate and edge banding, or rout grooves easily with the lightweight and maneuverable MFK 700.
The four package deals add bundle 574288 MFK 700 Trim Router Set with either the Festool CT Mini, CT MIDI, CT 26, CT 36 or CT 48 Dust Extractors for added value.
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Patented Festool efficient dust extraction eliminates clean-up, saving you time.
Quickly attach and remove all MFK 700 components.
Precise depth adjustment is accurate to 1/256" (1/10mm).
Modular design covers a wide range of routing applications.
The V-shaped cutout of the base and sensor bearing guide provide flush trimming even around corners.
Optional parallel edge guide enables alignment with the outside edge of the workpiece.
Large support base and additional hand grip allow for safer, more complete control.
MMC electronics deliver smooth operation and motor protection for a long service life.
Surfaces are protected when routing edge banding, thanks to a pitched, 1.5 degree horizontal base.
Festool 574419 MFK 700 Basic includes: Router with motor with dust extraction hood, 1/4" clamping collet and operating tool in cardboard box.
Festool MFK 700 EQ
1/4" and 8mm
Maximum bit diameter
Drive shaft speed
10,000 - 26,000 RPM
4.2 lbs. (1.9kg)
Best little router on planet earth
If you need a small router this one can't be beat. It is the best tool for trimming edge banding that I have ever used. I own 5 different routers a I just love this one. It is easy to control and is very precise.
Salt Lake City, UT
Limited use tool
I recently purchased a Festool MK700 router. The bottom line is that this is one of the most useless pieces of woodworking equipment I now own. Specifically:1. The owner's manual is of minimal value. It was clearly not written or edited by someone with a facility for English; the illustrations are amateurish, if not at times confusing.2. The short column stroke renders most conventional router bits useless. For example, I was not able to raise the column high enough to use a one inch C.M.T. roller bearing bit to trim a table edge. The implication here is that only the nine bits Festool makes for the MK 700 can be used.3. Cannot see the path of a bit when routing; have to trust the markings on the base plate. This is really not acceptable when routing something like a curved rabbet for stringing on a table top. Basically, it is like routing blind.This is like having a saw which cuts only one type of wood in one direction. At a third the price, my old Bosch Colt has significantly more functionality and usability. Clearly, I would not purchase another Festool product, nor would I recommend this particular tool to anyone.
A very excellent machine!
I am a Festool fan. This tool is a great addition to the tool shop. Very compact, lightweight yet plenty powerful. A great little tool.