When using my drill press, I find that some workpieces need to be held down firmly, while others benefit from a stop block for repeat positioning. This two-position drill-press fence does both jobs perfectly. I can use it upright with a stop block or down low with a holddown— either one positioned anywhere along the fence’s length. The fence attaches and adjusts quickly in both positions by means of T-tracks in the table. The fence is a plywood sandwich that I dadoed for the T-track and bolts. For the T-bolts that secure the fence to the table, I just drilled holes. The hardware is from Rockler.com. —DEAN M. VANDE GRIEND, Story City, Iowa
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