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Hello Instructables, I've recently purchased a new bench top drill press. After unboxing it and setting it up I noticed it didn't have a spot for the chuck wrench, so I created my own.

Step 1: Materials Needed

Picture of Materials Needed
  • Drill Press
  • Magnet ( I got mine from old hard drives.)
  • 5 minute epoxy
  • Mixing utensil ( I used a Q-tip.)
  • Scrap piece of wood to mix the epoxy on.
 
veeguy1 year ago

You've been peeping in my shop window, haven't you?

pfred21 year ago

I use a broken magnet from a speaker to hold my chuck to my milling machine when I am not using it. I've been doing it for years. So far I have never known the chuck to fall off of the magnet. So it works here.

pTEARgriffin (author)  pfred21 year ago

Good to hear, Thanks for the comment.

neo716651 year ago
I have mine on one of those retractable key chains (heavy duty ones with a chain). Took the belt clip off and bolted it to the top of the drill press. Pull it out, use it, and it rewinds back out of the way.
pTEARgriffin (author)  neo716651 year ago

Thats a great Idea.

great idea...