As well as the new quick-clamping assembly table surfaces specially developed for wood and plastic processing, the new replaceable assembly surface for the Festool MFT3 table is also set to surprise visitors to LIGNA 2017. As a smart concept for developing a mobile workshop using existing resources, it expands the RUWI product portfolio to reach out to new target groups and customers and creates added value that can be harnessed almost universally.
The wood version of the new table top consists of a 120 x 74 centimeter beech multiplex desk top and is scratch-proof and resistant to glue and solvents thanks to several coatings of a high-grade lacquer finish. RUWI clamping and lifting technology can be used thanks to integrated grooves and a side frame. The new multifunctional table tops will be available individually or in combination as lifting platforms or versions with legs. Users who need even more space can attach an Aigner table extension without the need for special tools using the new fixing adapter.
The new version for plastic processing customers measures 120 x 80 cm and differs from its wood counterpart in its high-grade sandwich structure with a multiplex core and 6-millimeter-thick HPL surface layer on the top and bottom. The working surfaces are particularly abrasion-, impact- and scratch-proof and are resistant to heat and chemicals.
With the multiplex assembly surface with grooves for the widely used Festool MFT3 table, which is also being premiered at LIGNA 2017, the tool-free RUWI clamping technology successfully launched onto the market can be easily transferred from the workshop to mobile use, as the assembly table’s inset carrying grip makes it ideal for construction sites.