|Project by Steve||posted 11-05-2010 07:57 PM||7637 views||7 times favorited||3 comments|
When using the drum sander on my drill press I was always left with a little lip of wood on the bottom. I made this simple jig to solve this problem by allowing the drum to sit a little lower than the table. The sides are built to fit tight to the original table so there’s no clamping needed to use it. I had to cut the one corner off to allow the handle to rotate for adjusting the table. I simply clamp my shop vac hose to the drill press to collect the dust as I sand. It’s made from scrap red oak ply from my daughter’s blanket chest project.