BadWithComputer: Clean and simple design i like it, you could also mark graduations (+/-
from drill center) near both Tslot rails for setting the fence up quicker.
dave gale: hey steve is that a Ryobi drill press
Eric Lindberg: I got the same ryobi drill press for christmas and I am looking into making
a drill press table for it and this video should help me out! Thanks Steve
Hans de Groot: This is exactly what I need. Nice project for the uncoming month.
Jeremy Thompson: What hardware store are you finding the star knobs? And in what department?
I have only been able to find them on the web, but would love to get them
locally if possible.
HonestDoubter: Why, exactly, in the hell did you choose Alanis Morissette? ;)
Love your channel man. Keep up the great work!
Adam McMillen: Nice use of random hardware
Steven Peck: The plans for this are now free from Woodsmith
David Zakrzewski: You Should add some velvet to the bottom of the fence to keep from
scratching and you won't need to re-apply the finishing wax as often. just
Mischa Vroomans: +Steve Ramsey could you make drumsanders for the drillpres and a table fore
FLKeyz76: Thanks for the video! I really like the tip of using the toilet mounting
bolts in your t-slots.
Shawn Barrett: YourcallWoodWorking1. hey steve love your vids keep up the great work.I
made a router table last week with your split fence idea. Works great
andrew p: hay steve i made a drill press table and it turnd out good thanks for
making this vid
mmmarzouk: Hey Steve, first of all great video as always. Second thing, how do you
ensure that your fence is perpendicular to the drill bit. Say you want to
drill a series of holes along the same line.
ILLICITVHSLE: That intro was awesome
chickenpoper: wow im 12 and i understand everything you said..alas i dont have a drill
press...but im getting one soon :) (i make my own circuit boards and i need
a drill press to mill the holes
DawgYankee: quick question Steve...at what point do you secure your table to the steel
drill press table? I can't figure out how you got the 4 bolts through the
3/4" ply and steel table after the 1/4" ply was glued up...What am I
missing?? Please reply as I plan on building one over the upcoming weekend.
Steve Ramsey: @bsingin64 I should have showed that part. I used those little inset nuts
(I'm not sure what they are called). They inset into the table from the
top, under the thin plywood laminate and the bolts just screw into them
Matt Christians' motovlog: the song IRONIC
chevos81: Sweeeeeeet!!! Thanks :^)
nickmcgowan16: anyway you could show us how to make a router table
Larry Pierce: Did your up and down table crank get in the way after building this ??
Jose posada: Realy good video thanks for shering
Ycreek: Cool table. I'm gonna attempt to make one. Ditch the Alanis Morrisette
Buzzsawman: I like this video...you have come up with a novel way to cut a T slot...I
have been using a T slot bit in my router but this is a far better way..the
only time I will use my bit from now on is if I need a stopped T slot
Geni M: @stevinmarin Can you maybe post a close up picture of what they look like?
I really want to make this and can't get a good look at the nuts you talk
Billy Ensign: Hi Steve, Thanks, just did my drill press like yours, like the dovetail
panel. Bandsaw box next. Billy
1airgforce1: Hi there , on the topic of tables, what is the best material for router
table. Thanks Anthony.
Steve Ramsey: @MrTotalybadical That is a great idea, in fact I may do that to mine.
Brandon Wittwer: Hey Steve, Love the vids. One question on this one. How do you bolt it
down? are those T-nuts on the top of the table and a really well measured
hex bolt. I imagine a 1 inch bolt and an embedded T-nut. Is that it?
circledancer: More coolness Steve, my ancient press could use one!
Steve Ramsey: @SemiTall Wow...that's a drag. All I can suggest is find a local machinist
who can make it.
Matthew Robinson: Do you ever find that you want your fence not to be at 90 degrees? Just
thinking about putting a mitre slot type design in to keep it at 90 degrees?
Alan Webster: At Lowes they are in the drawers by the nuts and bolts section
Summers Woodworking: So you used carriage bolts. That's what I was thinking about doing but I
believe Steve did something different.
romanticprincess8888: that's so cool :D
x9x9x9x9x9: I only need 3 more tools in my shop before I can really start building. I
need a drill press, a bandsaw and a router table. Some day I will have a
nice shop.... some day.
Gerry Met: This is what YouTube is for!
BigFatLoserDude: I like this design. Can you tell me what section of the hardware store that
you found the knobs?
Gregg DeVaux: I built this table a couple of months ago and it works GREAT ! Thanks
Master Mere Mortal a great tip. Great vid
azorenhoch: lol @ 1.00 ;) but you're right! good vid.
Barry Miller: After all these years, is there anything you would change about your drill
Nikola Matović: Hello Steve reporting from Serbia regularly monitors and you really want to
cool your footsteps and go as first wanted to ask you a question that you
could send me specific and detailed dimensions of the table for.Not coping
very well with the English language but I think you understand what I
wanted to say and what I wanted to ask. the drill I tried to make it.
Gerald Too: After watching this video I subscribed!
Buzzsawman: steve the reason that they don't make big tables on drill press tables
is....castiron tables would drag the drillpress over. if you put a heavy
cast iron table on the front combined with the weight of the head of the
drill press...you would have to make the base of the drill press three or
four times the size so that it wouldn't overbalance. That applies to both
floor and table models...because there are not many people know who
actually bolt thier drill presses down
velcroman11: Being as tight as a fishes ...... I noted that the sliding board is centred
under the drill head. If you off-set the board, say 2/3 inches from centre,
it would mean that when the board gets too damaged you can put it out and
turn it around. I'm going to be busy this weekend building drill press
table. Gee, 30 years putting up with a 8 x 10" plate "DUH" and a nail in
the wood box puzzel.
flywelder: great project and video! thanks! Could you do a video on how to adjust the
spindle return spring? I have a Delta 12 inch bench top drill press , very
similar to yours, and the spindle will not stay up but falls back down to
the work surface every time. Also show me how to get the handle cover off,
so that I can get to the spring that I know is under neath there. Thanks
Donald Ewing: nice drill press table you could also use the same desine for you band saw
so you can split wood if needed to
summerscomputerking: Nice table top Steve!
ThePodcore: This answered my t-slot questions. Same technique can be used for a router
table....just saw that this was mentioned below. Great video.
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