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2007-11-15 20:44:25 by mushroom

Use of drill press?

Hi, I'd like to drill 8 or 10 3/4"-holes in each of two pieces of wood (I'm making a clothes drying rack--I'll insert 3/4" dowels into the holes). I need to make sure the holes are straight/perpendicular, for it all to fit together. I think that if I did it free-hand with my drill, they'd be pretty crooked. So I guess I need a drill press.
The Berkeley tool lending library said they couldn'...get the holes straight, using my drill? Or is there any way a person such as myself could get access to a straight-drilling machine, maybe at a school? Do you think a wood shop instructor out there would do the job for me? How much should I offer, if it comes to that? Are there businesses that offer services such as this? I'd rather do it myself, but the most important thing is that it gets done

2008-08-20 09:22:53 by FixitMike

I've used a benchtop drill press for

15 years. The few times I needed to drill a hole in the end of a board, I first made a drill guide by drilling a hole in a piece of hardwood and then clamping that piece to the board where I wanted to drill. Then I used my portable drill.
If you are thinking using a mortising attachment, you may need the floor model to get the space required.
Check the quill travel. The more the better.

2012-04-19 07:45:44 by jimmymac60

Mr Obama opens up Alaska for oil drilling !!!

Much to the chagrin of environmentalists, the administration has been active lately in moving along exploratory drilling plans for Alaska. On Feb. 17, the Interior Department approved Shell Oil’s spill response plan for exploratory drilling in the Chukchi Sea. Then, on March 28, the Interior Department approved Shell’s spill response plan for the Beaufort Sea. The Associated Press reported that Shell expects to begin drilling in both locations this summer.
Associated Press, March 28: Shell hopes to drill exploratory wells in both locations during the summer open-water season using separate drilling ships

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