A critical part of woodworking is making clean, square crosscuts. This leads to snug-fitting joinery and a better-looking project. So it comes as no surprise that most woodworkers rely on their table saws along with easy-to-build sleds to tackle this task.
Take a look inside Phil Huber's home shop as he attempts to improve the performance of his vintage Delta Rockwell drill press. Hopefully, If you have an aging tool in your workshop that needs some TLC this video can provide some tips or inspiration to get it back to peak performance.