Originally Posted by tre9er
I was thinking of making a plywood "table" or bench of some sort and cutting out a bucket-sized hole in it. Then put the bucket underneath and throw the BC on the hole in the table as though it WERE the bucket. Would that help?
That would be cool. I put together a removable bottling table (just mounted on 2x4s that go into sawhorse grooves).
I could probably get a smaller 2' x 2' plywood top and another 2x4 and then have some way of the bucket to "latch" under the table opening. Resting the drill on top of the table would solve my tippy problems.
Only issue I see is that I have no real tools to cut into the plywood...don't even have a reciprocating saw.