Most of the time, we drill holes that are perpendicular to the drill press table. But as soon as you start making chairs, all conventions are off and angled holes are quite common. Making these accurately on a drill press is a hassle, unless you have an easy, reliable way to tilt the table. Our jig makes the process a cinch, and your table never tips.
This solid steel gauge is perfect for quick miter layout and tool setup. Mark 45° linesfor picture frames, corner molding, box constructions and more. Stand it upright andprep saw blades or drill press tables for angled applications. The interior windowmakes marking parallel lines fast and easy. And with a small footprint and lowprofiledesign, it fits easily in tool boxes and shop aprons.Additional features:Precise - Accurate to less than 0.1 mm per 100 mm
Cut any pizza with ease-a must-have for pizza lovers! Robust, well-balanced hardware is 3X the weight of competing cutters and features a sharp 4'' diameter stainless steel blade. Just add your own custom handle (not included) to top it to your taste. Kit includes a 5/16'' threaded insert that lets you attach the handle or remove it for dishwasher cleaning. A 7/16'' drill bit is required for soft woods or a 1/2'' drill bit for hardwoods. Patent pending. Also available in brass or chrome. See our complete line of turning stock to turn the handle for your pizza cutter. Methods to consider for installing the threaded insert: Use a 5/16'' bolt and double nuts on a drill press. Cut the head off a 5/16'' bolt and chuck it in a drill press. Then thread on two nuts and the insert so that it is flush with the end of the bolt. Tighten the two nuts on the insert so it won't spin on the bolt. After the pilot hole is drilled in the stock, clamp your stock with a handscrew or a drill press vise and manually turn the drill press chuck to drive the insert into the stock. DO NOT TURN ON THE DRILL PRESS. The drill press will keep the insert square to the stock as it is threaded in. We also recommend using beeswax, screw lube, or even soap to lubricate the threads on the insert. This process can also be done on a lathe using a three jaw chuck in the tailstock to manually feed the insert into the stock. Finally, if you're using acrylics for your handle, we have found that heating the insert before installing it makes it go in like a hot knife in butter.