48 – A Quick Look at the Festool OF2200 & MFK700 Routers & the MFT3

48 – A Quick Look at the Festool OF2200 & MFK700 Routers & the MFT3

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48 – New Festool Tools

Festool recently released two new routers, the MFK700 and the OF2200, and a new multi-function table, the MFT3. Judging from the emails I’ve received, there is a lot of interest in seeing these items on the show. So this one is for you guys!

And perhaps the most exciting part of the video is at the end when I announce the Fescool Giveaway Prize for May, a brand new MFK700 Trim Router.


  1. The Wood Whisperer on January 27, 2023 at 4:15 am

    Nah, making things is so overrated.

  2. CyberGolem on January 27, 2023 at 4:25 am

    Is there an attachment to use the router with the track?

  3. shootinblanks007 on January 27, 2023 at 4:27 am

    As a major festool user… do u find the plug it jack or cord burns out over time??

  4. The Wood Whisperer on January 27, 2023 at 4:32 am

    I do use the Festool Vac with the boom arm. Its a really nice little setup if you can justify the outlay of cash.

  5. Nicool333 on January 27, 2023 at 4:35 am

    Can you make something again? I loved the magazine rack video and the Tiger Maple side table too. Product reviews are so blah.

  6. The Wood Whisperer on January 27, 2023 at 4:44 am

    Yup! Love that boom arm. Thanks for the kind words!

  7. Antonio Di Prisco on January 27, 2023 at 4:46 am

    Ma non dovevi far vedere come funzionava il rifilatore?
    15 minuti di tante parole senza raggiungere obiettivo del video. Continua cosiì sei grande!

  8. dale leibfried on January 27, 2023 at 4:53 am

    try throwing the hose over your sholder. yer shoulder will hold it out of your way. a painters trick if your hose is long enough (no pun intended)

  9. Swedish Holmberg on January 27, 2023 at 4:56 am

    Are you using the boom for your dust collection? I have the small "mini" just for sanding, but the boom doesnt work for it. and i like how yours isnt in your way at all….im always holding the darn hose. Great videos Mark, we all appreciate them.

  10. StrangeTamer 69x on January 27, 2023 at 4:56 am

    You said Motha’ F***in’ Table wrong 😆 maybe that’s why you don’t have the GOAT sponsor, Festool, anymore lmao I’m just kidding 🙃

  11. skyhacker6 on January 27, 2023 at 5:02 am

    The Wood Whisperer has never been a channel for woodworker but for professionals ! Just see how much it is a Festool product ! That’s why I don’t like this show, it’s not for amateur at all but for wealthy woodworker !

  12. The Wood Whisperer on January 27, 2023 at 5:03 am

    @guerd87 You know, I’m not 100% sure how they sell the router these days. You’ll have to check the vendors’ sites to see whats in the kit.

  13. Sean Spracklen on January 27, 2023 at 5:03 am

    hi wicked vids
    5 star
    just one question what dust extraction do u use is it the festool one with the long arm that keep up the good work
    thanks seany189

  14. mark broad on January 27, 2023 at 5:05 am

    DOUCHE, kinda lame to just explain what things are, 1/250" you had to even say that’s tiny. Haha Stumpy Nubs any day.

  15. Ron H on January 27, 2023 at 5:05 am

    Hi Marc….. the MFK 700 is a very good tool. Which router bit are you using, the 8mm or the 1/4” Festool bits or another brand? What dimension is the largest edging you can trim with your chosen router bit and the MFK700?
    Thanks for your assistance Marc.
    Keep on truckin’
    Ron H

  16. christian buzio on January 27, 2023 at 5:07 am

    To shyhacker:
    I totally disagree with you.
    Those videoes are everytime of extreme quality so the tools that are showed in it.
    But everything you can do with festool tools you can do by hand , if you skilled enough.
    It is not a question to be rich or not, it is a question about how much you want to speed up your work, with more accuracy and less time consuming.
    Mr. Spagnuolo just shows you how he works and wich way he achieve results.
    You cannot purchase a festool tool, but you learned the tecnique and unless you have had too much intimate contact with a tablesaw, you hand still remain the most accurate and chip tool you have, they are always with you and no consuming electricity and you can clean the nose too, this is something a festool cannot do….actually 😉
    So do not criticize about those " onlyforwealthywoodworkers" videos but be grate that a great skilled man like mr Spagnuolo shares his deep knowledge and professional opinions about tools and woodworking.
    You don’t like it? Don’t waste time looking at them.
    You think it could be done better? Don’t bla bla, do it…if you can….
    Thx mr Spagnuolo for your time and your always interesting videos, every time I learn something new, especizlly that is better to have few tool of high quality, rather than lot of toolsmof low quality.
    Regards to both of you fromyour italian follower.

    Btw I showed those videos to my students during my lessons in university, I am teacher of materials tecnology at Naba, New Academy of Belle Arti, as an example of perfect approach in balace between theory and practice.