I bought a set of hold down clamps from Home Depot along with the table but learned that the flat ends of the bolts did not fit (too wide). I think they're metric, about 12mm. I replaced those bolts with 1/4 inch hex head bolts about 4 " long, washers & star nuts and they work fine.
Sorry, I don't know about the Craftsman fit because mine is a Wen table top model. On mine, there IS an interference with the crank, however, that is not a big deal. All I have to do is loosen the attachments of the table to the base, use the crank to raise/lower, then put the table back into position and lock it. It's very easy to use and I recommend the table highly.
Maybe but I don’t know. It has torsion cleats underneath ... I’m assuming for various sizes.
yes, it will fit any press with a standard bottom plate
The table is made from MDF, the tracks are aluminum, and unfortunately, the ruler/measuring devices are decals and ripped off immediately rendering the tool useless.
The table doesn't angle, it uses a fence that fastens in two places with tension clips. You could angle it slightly but not more than 1/2" or so. If you need to angle something, use press clamps with a board then you can put it however you want.
Exactly 13" center-to-center
It will fit any drill press but it sits flush against the shaft and the elevation adjustment crank will not work with the table in-place. You need to set your depth/elevation first, then cinch up the table.
the very first thing I did was to make 6 out of scraps