I have pretty good reason to be happy:) Now I have this very nice drill/mill system:
I'm sooo glad Denis bought me it, also there's a compound table, precision vise and drill/mill unit. At the store I had to choose between precision vise and clamps, so I've chosen the first one. Denis made the clamps out of the oak:
Aaand another jig, which can also be used as a clamp:
Now to the problem, we got this jig for routing with the compound table:
Pretty cool, I thought, because I had some kind of Dremel routing table before and I didn't really liked it. I thought that this jig would allow me to work with small size parts, but I was wrong. I can't make the router go lower than these plywood parts. I could cut them, but the metallic part in the middle would be as tall. Karin, George, anyone, please, is there any way to work it out? The jig Denis built is very good, but I'd still like to try this one too. I could take the metallic part away, but why is this Proxxon jig was made so large?