The cast-iron surface of most drill presses is great for metalworking. Not so great for woodworking, however. I’ve found that you’ll generally want a little bit better surface to work on. Plus, some handy features, such as a fence and storage are always welcome. This drill press table packs all of these into one good-looking package. Step-by-step plans for this Woodworking Drill Press Table are available here:

Watch the other videos in this series:
Part 2: Building the Main Table –
Part 3: Making the Fence –
Part 4: Constructing the Drawer Box –

T-Track –
5/16″ Threaded Knobs –
Spray Contact Adhesive –
Double Sided Tape –
Titebond Wood Glue –
Flush Trim Bit –
Flat Ground Rip Blade –
Drawer Slides –
Rikon Drill Press –

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