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  1. Build a Multipurpose Cabinet Drilling Jig / Rockler How-to

    Build a Multipurpose Cabinet Drilling Jig / Rockler How-to

    …prefabricated drilling template. Templates bring the benefits of standardization to the home shop. You don't need a CNC router or a line boring machine to knock out uniform cabinet parts. All you need is a template drilling jig you can make yourself. For large cabinets that require a lot of drilling

  2. How to Cut Mortise and Loose Tenon Joinery with Biscuits, Joiners and Mills / Rockler How-to

    How to Cut Mortise and Loose Tenon Joinery with Biscuits, Joiners and Mills / Rockler How-to

    …when drilling the mating part. The drill guide in the Basic beadLOCK has just three holes. The two JessEm Zip Slot Mortise Mills also rely on a handheld drill, but it's used differently. The drill bit that comes with the Mills looks a lot like a router bit. Make a mortise by pressing down lightly…

  3. Drilling Jigs for European Hinges / Rockler How-to

    Drilling Jigs for European Hinges / Rockler How-to

    …the door). And it can be set up to drill either small pilot holes for hinges held in place with screws or the 8mm holes used with expansion dowel hinge installation. If you own a drill press, you may prefer to use it to drill your hinge cup holes. The drill press method is quick and easy, and will…

  4. Designing a Workshop Drill Press for a Modern Woodworking Shop / Rockler How-to

    Designing a Workshop Drill Press for a Modern Woodworking Shop / Rockler How-to

    …it for fine-tuning. Deep(er) Throws The Steel City 20520 and Delta 20-950 drill presses bore deeper than most drill presses, both have 6" of quill travel. One last goodie worth noting is overall quill travel. You never know when you'll need to drill a really deep hole, and most drill presses bottom…

  5. New Jig Solves Pressing Issues for Pen Turners / Rockler How-to

    New Jig Solves Pressing Issues for Pen Turners / Rockler How-to

    …jaws and their self-centering action make lining up the bore a one shot deal. Whether you've got one blank to drill, or a stack of fifty, once the jig is centered and secured to the drill press table, you can rest assured that each and every bore will be exactly centered, regardless of slight…

  6. Accurate Drilling Without a Drill Press / Rockler How-to

    Accurate Drilling Without a Drill Press / Rockler How-to

    …Rockler's Jig-It line. There's no question that a drill press is a great piece of equipment to have around, but it's not the ideal tool for every drilling task. And for many home-shop woodworkers, an expensive drill press doesn't make it to top of the tool acquisition list for quite a while.…

  7. Wall-mounted Plywood Panel Press Project / Rockler How-to

    Wall-mounted Plywood Panel Press Project / Rockler How-to

    …of the aluminum facings. Drill 1/2"-diameter centered holes, 2" from each end, completely through the four press bars. Set them aside. For the panel press diagrams and materials list in PDF format, click here. Switching to the platens, use a 1"- diameter bit to bore 1-1â 2"-deep, centered…

  8. How to Build a Toy Airplane / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Toy Airplane / Rockler How-to

    …in this case are made in a sequence of drilling operations on the drill press, as shown at left. First, using 1/2" stock, rip a strip to 3-1â 2" wide. Next, mark lines every 4" and strike a center line. Chuck a 1-3â 8" Forstner bit in the drill press and bore the hubcap holes 1/8" deep. Use a wing…

  9. Building a Router Bit Cabinet with Pull Out Shelves / Rockler How-to

    Building a Router Bit Cabinet with Pull Out Shelves / Rockler How-to

    …want the holes to line up neatly, so bore them carefully. I drew a grid pattern on each shelf and used a piece of scrap as a fence clamped to my drill press table. Mark the fence to locate the center of the bit, then align your grid lines with it when drilling. Reset the fence for each row of holes…

  10. Making a Patio Furniture Table and Bench Set / Rockler How-to

    Making a Patio Furniture Table and Bench Set / Rockler How-to

    …in place on the frames, adjusting for an even overhang. Make sure the leg rails and frame rails are square to the crossbraces. 3. Take the top frame off to finish boring the holes in the base, then clamp some scrap under the rail to back up the exit hole. Drill a single, 1/2"-diameter hole down…

  11. Creating a Eucalyptus Wood Bandsaw Box / Rockler How-to

    Creating a Eucalyptus Wood Bandsaw Box / Rockler How-to

    …I chucked a Forstner bit into my cordless drill (a drill press would work better if you have one) and bored the two shallow accent holes as marked on the pattern. Step 4: Remove the first teardrop interior, make the entry cut just inside the interior line, this cut will become a glue joint. Try to…

  12. Making an Easy-to-Build Shop-Made Clamp-on Router Table / Rockler How-to

    Making an Easy-to-Build Shop-Made Clamp-on Router Table / Rockler How-to

    …centerpoint of these parts. Use a drill press to bore a 5/8"-diameter hole through both workpieces at their centerpoints to fit the threaded rod (piece 8). Drill a 5/8" centered hole through the round crank, too. Then switch to a 1"-diameter Forstner bit to drill a counterbore into the inside face…

  13. How to Make a Cribbage Board Quickly and Easily from a Homemade Template / Rockler How-to

    How to Make a Cribbage Board Quickly and Easily from a Homemade Template / Rockler How-to

    …shape, so it will reduce your cutting on the band saw. When you've completed the band saw cut, step over to your drill press to bore a 1/2"-deep hole for peg storage and a two-step hole for the pivot hinge. When forming this two-step hole with Forstner bits, make the shallowest hole (5/8" diameter…

  14. How to Build a Wooden Toy Tugboat, from Making the Hull to Building Above Deck / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Wooden Toy Tugboat, from Making the Hull to Building Above Deck / Rockler How-to

    …if you so choose. (Again, if you are making a whole fleet, go ahead and chop them out by the dozen.) Sand the edges and then move over to the drill press. Bore a 1"-diameter hole 1/2" deep with a Forstner bit, although the exact location is not critical as long as it looks good. Secure the cabin to…

  15. Occasional Table Project / Rockler How-to

    Occasional Table Project / Rockler How-to

    …it to the drill press table so the bit is exactly centered on the "V" cutout. Mark the location of the tabletop and shelf screw holes in one leg, then set stops so each leg will be identical. Drill holes for the screws and then, with the leg still cradled, bore a countersink for the screw heads…

  16. How to Build a Scrap Wood Finger Plane with a Chisel Blade / Rockler How-to

    How to Build a Scrap Wood Finger Plane with a Chisel Blade / Rockler How-to

    …too hard to drill and tap. I've found that any width from 9/16" to 7/8" makes an appropriate cutter width for a finger plane like this one. To convert the blade of the socket chisel into a plane iron (piece 1), use a felt-tipped marker to paint the back side, then lay out the cutoff line and clamp…

  17. Building a Mesquite Wood Southwestern Bench / Rockler How-to

    Building a Mesquite Wood Southwestern Bench / Rockler How-to

    …versa. I bored holes with the drill press using 1-1â 8" and 3/8" Forstner bits, the latter for getting closer into the corners. I proceeded to chop these roughed-out mortises square with a selection of sharp chisels, mostly a 1" and a 1/2" paring chisel and a 3/8" mortising chisel for the tougher…

  18. Build a Folding Outfeed Table to Mount on Your Table Saw Stand / Rockler How-to

    Build a Folding Outfeed Table to Mount on Your Table Saw Stand / Rockler How-to

    …(pieces 12) to the back (piece 11). Since the braces must pivot on the top ends, first round them over on your band saw, and step to the drill press to bore centered bolt holes. Attach thebraces to the back panel so the bottom ends of the three parts a re-flush. Next come the guide strips (pieces…

  19. Westport Chair Project / Rockler How-to

    Westport Chair Project / Rockler How-to

    …it back 7/8" from the forward edge of the front leg. Counterbore, drill and secure the rear leg to the front leg, then repeat the process for the other rear leg. Now you can test fit the curved stretcher to see if its angles line up properly. When it fits well, secure it as you have with the other…

  20. Building an Elegant Bubinga and Ash Wood Sideboard Table / Rockler How-to

    Building an Elegant Bubinga and Ash Wood Sideboard Table / Rockler How-to

    …to join the end and center rails (pieces 3 and 4) to the leg-apron rail subassemblies. I carefully laid out the dowel locations and bored the holes on my drill press. Gluing and clamping these pieces to the two subassemblies wasn't that complicated, but as with any project this size, a test run is a…

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