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I needed a small bench mounted sander and buff to make some small projects. I noticed that you can get lot of attachments for drills so I mounted a drill to the bench. This is so easy that Im a bit embarrassed to write an instuctable about it as I thought that someone must of done this before. But looking through the instuctable site I couldn't find anyone who has mounted a drill like this, anyway,
I like really simple solutions to problems, and it doesn't get much simpler than this.

Step 1: Stuff you will need

Picture of Stuff you will need
1. A drill
2. Threaded rod they call it "all thread in some places"
3. Buffing and sanding attachments
4. Bench
5. Nylock nut
6. Hacksaw
7. ruler or tape
8. about 5 minutes
russ_hensel6 months ago

Just a note to let you know I have added this to the collection: Cordless Drills Hacking for Other Uses !

>> http://www.instructables.com/id/Cordless-Drills-Hacking-for-Other-Uses/

Take a look at a bunch of project involving odd uses of drills.

and for even more drill info

>> http://www.instructables.com/id/Cordless-Drills-A-Collection-of-Collections/

liquidhandwash (author)  russ_hensel6 months ago

thanks russ, Ive got another cordless drill hack


step 11

Well Done! That is a mint idea and a very repeatable Instructable.
Thanks Again for sharing this with us.
liquidhandwash (author)  andygreyrider1 year ago
Thank greyrider, the drill gets a lot of use mounted like that.
rimar20002 years ago
Clever mounting solution!
whoofoto2 years ago
An alternative to your cable tie are the toe straps (sold in pairs) used to keep bicycle shoes attached to the racing bicycle pedals. I arbitrarily picked one website link to show what it looks like.

The buckle has teeth that serves to grip and lock the strap tight. You pull to tighten the strap. A tightened strap is easily released by lifting and disengaging the teeth.
liquidhandwash (author)  whoofoto2 years ago
thanks Ill keep that in mind