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Up grade to my DP table! Storage galore! Made from some 3/4 ply, pine, cherry with walnut pulls, the drawers are all on hickory runners that run in dados. Finished in 3 coats of tung oil. Added another t-track to the table for better clamping capabilities. Just need to add the organizers for the deep drawer & holders for my forstner bits.

Thanks for looking!

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sweet
 

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Look at all the storage at the finger tip. A bit bulky for my taste, so I put my supplies in a cabinet along side.
Was this inspired by Stumpy?
Great job on this complex piece.
 

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@grumpymike I'm just trying to maximize the space. My bits we're spread all over. Was going to make rolling cabinet beneath the table but I'm constantly raising & lower the table height. Figured this was better suited, still going to make a cabinet below like an adjustable height outfeed table. Stumpy is a funny guy with some great ideas!
 

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Very nice set up… Was thinking of making a cabinet for mine but now you have me thinking. Did you just attach the box to the existing table? .... Great post.
 

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Beauty. Everything is there, even the removable drill plate. Well done.
 

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Very nice. A drill press does have a lot of accessories that need a home. Nice build.
 

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This is the bottom pic of how its attached, just loosen up the wing knobs & it slides right off out of the way!
 

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Nice upgrade!
 

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Great looking table. It seems to be quite a bit of weight on the DP iron table. Please note that iron tables DO deflect when much of a load is placed on them. A dial indicator will show you if you may have excessive deflection. I can pull down on the front of my vintage Delta DP and notice .005" deflection.
 
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