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I recently purchased a new drill press and wanted to try it out so I decided to build a new vise plate. It's MDF laminated on both sides with red oak trim and a water-based finish.











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I recently purchased a new drill press and wanted to try it out so I decided to build a new vise plate. It's MDF laminated on both sides with red oak trim and a water-based finish.
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To me, there is no such thing as a "very minor project" - I have fun and learn some more with ever little project I finish.

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Great job, Mike.

Did you also make the bench dogs?

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looks good ,nice job

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