Diy Woodworking Shop Made Drill Press Table Plans
Diy woodworking shop made drill press table plans is article about Plans And Projects bookmarked by chad with ID 13565046260 was uploaded on 21-04-2019 and has been viewed 5,224 times.
This is a shop fixture that's worth getting started on immediately.Stationary drill presses are definitely not set up for DIY woodworking.The cast round table below the chuck isn't woodworker friendly or even metalworking friendly.
Once you build this fixture you'll love its adjustable fence for drilling equally centered holes and the stop block that lets you make repeatable drilling operations in conjunction with the fence.The hold-downs are great for holding items still for delicate or precise hole drilling.
Best yet, this jig is a project you can work on in your spare time over a couple days and complete for less than $50.The most expensive items are the T-track and the hold-downs.Follow the step-by-step drill press table plans for details to build your own.
Figure A - Here is the construction of the drill press table.The base and fence are made from two layers of Baltic Birch plywood for rigidity.Figure B - Drill press table dimensions Layout the drill press table with your framing square Start by cutting two pieces of 1/2″ Baltic birch plywood at least 1/2″ larger than the finished dimension of the table as shown.
This will enable you to trim the piece to...