Drill Press Stand Plans
This Drill Press Stand is the perfect addition to organize all your drill press accessories and adds mobility to an essential shop tool. Five drawers create a ton of storage options. The cabinet is 16-1/2” wide, 25” deep and stands 34-1/2” tall with casters installed and can be made from just 1 sheet of 3/4" plywood, a little over a half sheet of 1/4" plywood, and some solid wood trim. You will get a 9 page PDF Plan of Cut Diagrams, Parts Lists, and 3D diagrams with detailed steps to build…
DIY Drill Press Stand with Storage | PDF Plans | FixThisBuildThat
DIY Drill Press Stand with storage drawers to organize drill press accessories. Full video and drill press stand plans available! The drill press cabinet can be made from just 1 full plywood sheet.
Functional Drill Press Stand.. (it aint purty but it works!)
I bought a new drill press (12" Wen) a couple of weeks ago and it was too tall for my bench. (I just had a tiny 8" DP before) I saw some really great builds here on lumberjocks and thought I might tackle one of those but for some reason I was...
Mobile Modular Small Parts Rack PDF Plan - Inexpensive Adam Savage Style tool box/parts Rack
(This is a PDF digital download not an actual item. The first four photos are the prototype and the last photo is an example page from the PDF). This item is a PDF plan for a modular mobile small parts rack designed to fit 13 Stanley 014725 25-Removable Compartment Professional Organizer and 2 Stanley 10 Removable Bin Compartment Deep Professional Organizers. The inspiration for this plan was Adam Savage's tool box video entitled "Inside Adam Savage's Cave: The Tool Boxes". This cart uses…
RYOBI NATION - Rolling Drill Press Cart: With Bonus Storage
This is a great rolling cart for any brand (like a 10" Ryobi!) of compact bench top drill presses. It stores un-used forstner bits on a pull out shelf and offers additional storage below for sanders and other smaller power tools. I made this entire cart out of scrap wood and only had to buy the casters. Find the full plans on www.buildsomething.com