For sale is my Festool MFT/3. This thing is as "like-new" as you are like to find. As you can see in the picture, it is essentially brand new. I bought it about 5 months ago and have only made 3 cuts on it. Its a wonderful tool but just doesn't fit my work flow as much as I expected. Pick up only on this guy as shipping would certainly be cost prohibitive. Price is $525. Feel free to ask any questions you may have. Thanks for looking! Matt Krusen
Correct. Scale the cells up or down however you like. I treat mine as 1" for small projects and 3" for large. Using the right click> format cells tool, outline the appropriate board size. Now lay out your parts on the "board" with bold lines. Keep in mind this won't take blade loss of wood into account. It's just a down and dirty layout option when you none care to lay it out for the grain. I usually use this for sheets of ply that have a lot of party's coming from one sheet.