Probably the most important jig for me is the plywood table with a sacrificial insert. This helps by supporting bigger pieces and the sacrificial part minimizes the blowout. It can be removed quickly when you need to drill into metal.
– The second one is a Digital readout to get precise hole depths. Although the drill press has a depth stop this simple readout helps when you need that extra bit of precision. I just used a cheap digital caliper and a bit of aluminum.
– The third one is a Drillbit storage arm for my most used bits. You just need a bit of plywood, a small piece of aluminum a few screws and the matching size muffler clamp.
– The Fourth is probably the simplest one, It just uses a Flexible drain hose( used for sinks) and a hose clamp. Just pick the right drain hose that fits your shop vac the closest in diameter so you can plug it into it.
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One Reply to “4 Useful Accessories for Every Drill Press”
Such additional accessories will allow you to use the machine itself much more efficiently and complement it with several useful functions.