"Puckdropper" <puckdropper(at)yahoo(dot)com> wrote in message
Thank you. If you are interested, the 'very" top pieces are phonelic
covered 14 layer birch plywood. The solid bottom piece is 11 ply birch
plywood. the over all dimensions are 1.5" thick, and 16"x 24". Rockler
has the phonelic panels on sale for $20 for a 32 x 24" sheet. I am sure
plain plywood would work but I wanted something that would not stain and
would remain very flat.
Thanks for the info. I'll try building mine with "hardwood plywood" that
Home Depot occasionally sells (usually Birch). I've got a couple pieces
of it waiting for a project.
(Yet another item on the shop to do list. :-))
On Usenet, no one can hear you laugh. That's a good thing, though, as
some writers are incorrigible.
Looks good. That replaceable wood slot in the center is a good idea. And I
like the movable fence in the T slots. Square is whatever fits the
job/stock on a drill press.
Is that a hold down in the third picture? How do you do holdowns and stops
on this table?
Thank you, Square works the same way on a router table fence too. ;~) I
actually have 3 or 4 inch slots under each knob on the fence so that the
fence can be slid left or right that amount and so that the fence can ve
clamped down with one end forward. With one end forward I can drill a hinge
hole on a long door with out rolling the DP out, it normally sets back a
bit behind the tool chest on the left side.
No, no hold downs. I am showing the stop in two positions, fence and table
t-slot. To tell you the truth I have never had any use or need for hold
downs on this DP.
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