Holding small components for drilling can be a problem and a vice is not always the answer. This is where a Finger Plate can be most useful. The Finger Plate consists of a 2 1/2" square base on which the work is placed. The Finger then clamps the work in place to drill, tap or mill over any of the 3 recesses in the base. Also included in the design is a "dead-on" cross drilling jig, accepting drill bushes up to around Ø1/8".
An extremely useful work-holding device for small, irregular items - long known by clock and watch makers.
Our kit includes all necessary material along with drawings and construction notes.
Click the Extended Information tab above to learn more about the build and use of the Finger Plate.