|Project by Levex||posted 03-30-2015 02:26 AM||1269 views||0 times favorited||4 comments|
Recently bought an old drill press off of CL and needed a proper stand for it as there’s zero room on my bench. I scrounged the plywood and solid oak scraps from my company’s dumpster, (I work for a millwork shop), and bought new casters and paint. I’d describe this as a ‘quick and dirty’ build as I didn’t spend a ton of time worrying about aesthetics as it’s a piece of shop equipment. Joints used: rabbets and dadoes, screwed and glued. Dimensions are 24W x 26D x 31H, materials used were 3/4” ply, pre-stained red oak trim, and an old laminate counter top cut down to size. It’s very sturdy and mobile and should serve me well. Cheers.