|Project by JeremyT||posted 12-27-2014 11:30 PM||1264 views||3 times favorited||5 comments|
I needed a solution for my spindle sander as I am way too short to operate this thing on my workbench.
Picked up some cheap lumber at the BORG and tried my hand at mortise and tenon joinery. I hogged out the majority of the mortises on the drill press and finished with a chisel. After a dozen or so I felt pretty confident though the chip-out in this lumber was significant. I left the plywood panels unattached. The bottom one isn’t going anywhere and the top one removes so the sander can sit lower to slide under my table saw.
-- Jeremy - San Antonio, TX