AUXILIARY DRILL PRESS TABLE
An effective shop-built fixture.
SHOP OWNER: Ned Bulken
LOCATION: Canastota, NY
Here are two shots of my drill press auxiliary table. I made it out of 3/4" solid core luan plywood, with T-tracks inset in which the fence and hold-downs slide. It is 14" deep by 24" wide; the fence is a simple L made of ¾-inch birch plywood, and held down to the table by a pair of cam clamps.
. . . Ned Bulken
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