My "workshop" is, like many people, in the garage and one stipulation from She Who Must Be Obeyed for letting me indulge in my hobby is that the garage must still be able to function for its intended purpose for at least one car. That means being able to move stuff around and out of the way. While the MFT/3 is not super heavy, it doesn't motivate me to want to me to move it. Besides moving the table itself there is the vac and other pieces of equipment that needs to be moved as well. I decided that what I need is a mobile cart with storage that will keep everything together and I just need to roll one thing around.
The result is this mobile storage cart for my MFT3:
I got a lot of the inspiration from others especially those who posted on the Festool Owners Group. I added a boom arm to hold up the vacuum hose and power cord so they stay out of the way when I'm cutting. There are 3 compartments for storing things in the front and a small storage place in the back as well. The caster are machine leveling casters from WoodRiver which keeps it stable and stationary when, but when I want to move it I can lower the wheel.
Finding a place to keep the saw between cuts has always been a pain so I decided to have space next to the table to put it down. I put in some sides to prevent it from accidentally falling off.
I haven't done too much since building the cart, but I have some projects in mind if only I can find the time... :-)