|Point Reyes lighthouse|
|Task light has 7 LEDs|
|Magnet on bottom of task light|
|Screws to attract the magnet|
|Light held to screws, but would fall off easily|
|Holding strong to a saw plate|
Then I set about designing and building a frame that would allow some flexibility.
|Sketchup drawing of the plan|
This is made from scrap oak for the upright and boom arm and pine for the base. I only got a couple pics of the actual woodworking, but here's the base being marked to width using the panel gauge I built recently. Worked great.
|Gauging the width of the base with new panel gauge|
|Beveling the end grain of the base|
|Hexagonal mortise for bolt|
|Adjustable boom arm is fixed in position by tightening the knob|
|Steel plate on end of boom arm|
|Task light held to boom arm by magnet|
|The task light stand|