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Bolt-On Drill-Press Table

Get some much-needed stock support with this easy add-on table.

Drill Press Table

Simple but effective, two carriage bolts hold this medium-density fiberboard (MDF) work-surface to the machine's existing table, while a pair of clamps secures its fence. To build one for your drill press, simply make whatever modifications you need to fit one over your model's table.

As a convenience to allow you to view this free woodworking plan before downloading it, we now offer a page-by-page review. If you like the plan, you'll find a Click here for a free downloadable plan link on the last page of the plan. The downloadable plan will have larger, easier to view illustrations than the online preview.

Need help downloading plans? For step-by-step instructions, use the link below.


If you like this project, please check out more than 1,000 shop-proven paper and downloadable woodworking project plans in the WOOD Store.


 

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Bagloon wrote:

I guess you are not using Internet Explorer? Try opening the site in IE and see if that helps your problem.

9/24/2010 08:23:53 AM Report Abuse
officer110 wrote:

I have always enjoyed the downloads and never have a problem. Check you version of Adobe and make sure you are up to date. Also check that you don't have a firewall up stopping it from being transfered to your computer.

9/23/2010 05:44:59 PM Report Abuse
woodmagazine22 wrote:

You may have problem with Adobe Reader (AR) it is not set to display pdf files in the browser. To fix it: Open AR from the menue Select "Edit" and "Preferences". In Preference window find and select "Internet" then put a check mark next to "Display PDF in the browser" I hope this will help. Good luck.

9/23/2010 01:01:09 PM Report Abuse
NickManley wrote:

RedneckRev, the plans are in PDF format, so make sure you have the latest Adobe Acrobat Reader in your computer. As an alternative to just clicking on the link, you can click the right mouse button while holding your cursor over the link for the plans and selecting "Save link as..." or "Save target as..." from the pop-up menu. Then pick where on your computer to save it to. You will still need Adobe Acrobat Reader (free from adobe.com) to open the file.

9/23/2010 11:07:59 AM Report Abuse
songbirdfeeder wrote:

@RedneckRev - I had no problem downloading the plan. Maybe something with your virus software or computer is preventing it from downloading.

9/23/2010 11:06:30 AM Report Abuse

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