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A simple but useful PCB Drill Press
posted November 29 2010 13:44.29 by Giorgos Lazaridis




For those who enjoy making their own PCBs (and not only), Rhys comes with another idea. He made a drill press tool for his workbench. The materials used are extremely simple and cheap to find anywhere, and the whole construction is simple to make as well. Two rack-mount server rail are the guides for the drill and and a spring keeps it upwards. There will be no more excuses if the holes drilled on your PCBs are not aligned with the pads. Check his site for more info.



[Link: Rhys Goodwin's Weblog]
Tags: electronic project   diy   mechanical   tools   
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