Drill Press Router Table

2012/10/06
To avoid confusion, I said the front of each item.

To Prevent any confusion, I mark the face of EACH element.

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I cut studs 1/4'' with a length of about 1''. They used to anchor each tray.

I cut 1/4'' 1'' long dowels about. They Will anchor EACH sub-table.

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I glue and I push the pins in each of the three plates.

I drive the glue and dowels under EACH of the three sub-bases.

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I sand the edges to facilitate insertion.

I sand the edges for an easy slip.

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I enlarged the holes on top of the trays 1/4'' 5/16, once again, to facilitate insertion.

I enlarge the holes on the top of from the fourth sub-bases'' to 5/16'', once again for an easy slip.

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I use my template to drill holes 1/4'' on the table of my drill presses.

I'm using my pattern to drill 1/4'' holes on the table of my drill presses.

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And I enlarged the holes 1/4'' 5/16''.

And I enlarge the holes from 1/4'' to 5/16''.

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A final sanding to remove all her strokes and to soften the edges.

A light sanding to remove all pencil marks and to smooth out the edges.

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My three stackable and nestable trays.

My three stackable and interlocking sub-tables.

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Here they are on my two drill presses.

Here they are on my two drill presses.

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Posted by atelierdubricoleur

2010-02-16 09:42:30 by CalledByCthulhu

If he wants, I can send him some free patterns

Of not only toys, but furniture and stuffs.
One of my friends here has a workshop that has almost every tool I need, including routers, band saw, skill saw, drill press, table saw, joiner, sander, the whole nine yards.
Tis too cool right now but maybe in a month or so it will be warm enough (45 degrees plus is fine) for me to use it.
I especially like the fact that she's got a router. There's almost nothing I can't make in that shed and all I have to do is buy the wood. :D
Wow, that soon?? I'll have to send you a care package.

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