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consider upgrading your drill
Let a bushing be your guide
Before you do anything, take a long, hard look at your current drill press. Does it expand your woodworking horizons or limit you to basic hole drilling. Some drill presses come pretty tricked out from the factory. For example, the DELTA 17-959L shown, sports laser crosshairs that tell you the precise center of the hole it will drill. The generous 18x14” table with replaceable insert tilts forward and left or right, enabling you to drill at even compound angles. Adding even more convenience and enjoyment to your shop time: a built-in goose neck lamp, 17” of swing, and a ¾-horsepower motor that provides you all the woodworking muscle you’ll ever need.
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fence with stops the upsides of a plunge base
Even the simplest fence—a straight scrap of wood clamped to the table—improves both the accuracy and safety of your drill press.  Build this fence, stop, and accompanying table for dead-on precision.
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utility tray router table=greater control
Have you ever lost a chuck key or misplaced a drill bit? This column-mounted drill-press utility tray (DELTA model 17-939) keeps handy items at the ready, and swings out of the way as needed.
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mortising attachment exact-width dado jig
Dedicated mortising machines are well worth their cost if you’re a frequent furnituremaker and cut a lot of mortises. If mortising is just an occasional task, though, a drill-press mortising attachment proves to be an effective and economical way to get the job accomplished.
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adjustable work support painless dovetails made by machine
This easy-to-make project provides a helping hand for drilling long workpieces that extend beyond your drill-press table.
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drill bit wall cabinet add-'em-as-you-go bit storage
Build this versatile cabinet and keep your drill bits, plug cutters, sanding drums, and other drill-press accessories close at hand.
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stop and repeat fence free flush-trimming fence
For attractive adjustable shelving you need to drill identically space holes in cabinet sides—these holes hold the pins that support the shelves. Use this handy jig to do just that.
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dust collection with a twist buy the right router
This handy shop-made fixture enables you to position a shop–vacuum hose exactly where you need it.
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drill press speed chart dovetail bits
Run a bit too fast and you can burn it up, dulling it in a matter of seconds. Here’s a chart that eliminates smoking bits and keeps them sharp.
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adjustable angle jig dovetail bits
Make this simple clamp-on accessory for your drill-press table and you’ll never again have to eyeball the angle of a hole.
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drum-sanding table dovetail bits
This handy table helps you in three important ways: a dust-collection port for capturing fine dust, a table that accepts inserts sized to fit your sanding drums, and a storage area for sanding drums and inserts.
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drill-press dust collector dovetail bits
Wood chips and sawdust don’t stay around long when you hook up this clamp-down collector to your shop vacuum or dust-collection system.
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drilling and boring bits drilling and boring bits
You'll find a wide array of bits suitable for drilling and boring in wood. Here’s a look at some of the popular choices.
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