|Project by mafe||posted 07-28-2010 06:25 PM||6853 views||10 times favorited||11 comments|
Small and effective!
The parts for this little table has been there for some weeks, so it took only a little time to put it all together.
Since my workshop are small, the table are also not king size.
6. picture; the table with all coponents after it was made.
2. picture; the ‘well’ open, and a sander mounted.
I made several lits for the well, so it was possible to change them, when they became ‘tired’, they were mad on a quick and dirty circle sander jig.
3. picture; center jig in action, it’s made with threaded inserts under, so it can be attacehed to the table.
You can also see the stops, that are here mounted on top of the fence.
4. picture; a side clamping possibility, for longer items.
5. picture; a shelf pin jig are mounted on the side of the center jig, so I can drill shelf holes easy and accurate.
1. picture; the shelf pin jig in action.
All are made from scrap, so the price were next to nothing (where ever that is).
All in all nothning fantastic, but it seems to work fine, and give me the possibilities I need.
(I will love one day a bigger drillpress, but not in this workhop).
A full instruction tour can be found on my blog Drillpress table and much more! #1: Making the table, fence, and shelf pin jig (my tour de table) Blog
Where you also can find the instructions for building the fence, and clamps.
Hope it can be to some inspiration,
-- MAD F, the fanatical rhykenologist and vintage architect. Democraticwoodworking.