Drilling Tiny PartsComments (0)
This article is from Issue 45 of Woodcraft Magazine.
I do a lot of miniature
woodworking, and have had to learn how to handle tiny workpieces. One
problem I regularly face is safely holding small parts at the drill press. When
they’re too little to hold firmly in a vise or handscrew, I simply press them
firmly down onto a piece of double-faced tape attached to a backup panel, which
holds the piece in place for drilling. I use the same trick when I need to
shape a small piece on a disc sander or belt sander.
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