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#1 posted 10-21-2016 08:43 PM

If possible, remove the crank and replace it with a large hand knob. A table top drill press doesn’t need much table travel. Looking at the second picture, it looks like you will be losing about 4” in chuck-to-table distance. If you can, place the plywood top on the table and have the storage below the table. You can use a scissor jack or a bottle jack under the table to raise/lower it instead of using the crank.

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