Using a Laser Sight on Your Drill Press

Duration: 1:53

George Vondriska provides tips on how to use a laser sight on your drill press for woodworking projects. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.

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  1. Robert Ball
    Robert Ball

    I found the Wixey laser to be accurate, and a great aid for older eyes. They have versions for standard drill press and radial drills, where the head can move in and out or rotate. I did some testing before starting on Christmas gifts and found the laser beams were spot on for short or long bits, table raised up high or near the base. etc.

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  2. Keith
    Keith

    Apparently even WALMART sells these!! The reviews I have read all seem to speak pretty positive of this little devise so, for 40 bucks (no matter where you buy it), how can you go wrong? I read one review that did say if you use a fence, it can skew the lines….something to consider. I’ll take a crack at it for 40 bucks….I’ve spent more on a bad meal and we all know how long a meal lasts.

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