The last week I have been mainly turning cheap £15,-- IKEA NÄVLINGE desk clamp LED lights into work spotlights for my mini mill. As you can see, they are almost ideal for the purpose: So I started with cutting some 30x30x35mm aluminium blocks, and squaring them off on the mill: Then marked them out: And drilled out 13mm holes: And then rounded the corners on the mill and drilled and tapped M6 holes: Which will have tightening thumbwheels turned from 22mm aluminium bar: And here is the result so far! Next came the drilling and tapping of the M4 mounting holes, and knocking up some countersunk mounting braces from 3mm aluminium: Next was to drill 4.5mm holes in the case of the mill. This casing houses the electronics, and is (somewhat disappointingly) made from plastic, hence the mounting braces to give some structural integrity to the mountings, which you can see on the inside of the casing. And the results of the height-adjusting clamps holding the IKEA lights in place: Those familiar with the SIEG mini mill will have noticed that I also changed the black plastic handles of the quill feed hand levers for 20mm diameter knurled aluminium handles (turned on my own lathe, of course). Other mill mods are a gas strut height dampener spring (much better than the blade spring), and a reverse switch. More pics of the mounting: And there it is! Not bad result. The warm white LEDs are fully adjustable, bright and easy on the eyes.