Shop Project Adding An Auxiliary Table To Expand The Work Surface And Accommodate Accessories Can Enhance The Functionality Of The Drill Press And Make Life In The Shop More Enjoyable
Shop project adding an auxiliary table to expand the work surface and accommodate accessories can enhance the functionality of the drill press and make life in the shop more enjoyable is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by floyd with ID 12023695789 was uploaded on 13-02-2019 and has been viewed 320,011 times.
Auxiliary Drill Press Table Photos by Mark Spowart; Illustration by Len Churchill INFO: DIFFICULTY - 2/5, LENGTH/TIME - 2/5, COST - 2/5, SPECIAL TECHNIQUES - TEMPLATE ROUTING The auxiliary table I created for my drill press is made primarily from inexpensive medium-density fibreboard (MDF), clad with a durable layer of plastic laminate, although plywood is also a good option.
The table features disposable wood inserts that can be popped out and replaced when they become too riddled with holes.It also has an adjustable fence system that can accommodate a multitude of useful accessories, such as fence stops and hold-down clamps.
After building this handy add-on for your drill press, you're going to wonder how you ever got along without it.Table TalkThe dimensions provided for this project are based on the requirements for a standard 14" drill press.
The capacity listed for any drill press is determined by doubling the distance between the center of the chuck and the column; for me, it is 7".If the throat of your drill press is a different size, you will need to compensate accordingly.
Cut out a 15" wide by 23-1/2" long MDF panel that will serve as the table substrate.Use a compass to lay out...