Workshop jig is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by leonard with ID 12605206273 was uploaded on 29-03-2019 and has been viewed 250,144 times.
Drill Press Table & Fence The drill press was originally designed for metalworking shops, however, a lot of woodworkers such as myself, often make accessories or jigs such as this one to adapt the drill press to suit our woodworking needs.
If you add a few features to a drill press, it can be a very handy part of your woodworking shop.To give my drill press more table surface, I built a new table using two layers of ¾" maple strand-core plywood, and applied ¼" x 1 ½" eastern (white) maple edge banding.
The table I made is 30" x 18", but you can adjust the size to suit your particular needs.To keep it looking good, I made a 4" replaceable center disc by drilling a 4" hole in the top piece of ply before attaching it to the bottom piece.
I made up several replacement discs so that I can replace them as needed.To give my drill press a fence I made a simple plywood box, from ¾" and ¼" maple plywood.I put a 4' hole for a dust port on the back.
It collects about 85 percent of any shavings and dust.There is also a cut-out to...