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Delta Tenoning Jig and mortising attachment

So my local Lowes has the Delta Tenoning Jig and the drill press mortising attachment both on sale for a pretty good price. Does anyone have any experience with them? Give me some feedback!!

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I have them both, use them a lot and am well pleased.
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What size drill press do you use yours with?
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Man, I'm not sure but here's a photo.

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That looks like a Delta Drill Press I had and was glad to get rid of. Spindle walked really bad and I couldn't drill a series of holes in a line to chisel a mortise. If that is the same DP and I suspect it is, I doubt you going to get good results. Just not rigid enough.
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That looks like a Delta Drill Press I had and was glad to get rid of. Spindle walked really bad and I couldn't drill a series of holes in a line to chisel a mortise. If that is the same DP and I suspect it is, I doubt you going to get good results. Just not rigid enough.
Never had that problem.
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