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Hi,

My name is Matt from Minnesota. I've been buying tools here and there knowing we were going to be doing a home renovation. I started with the Kreg K4 primarily to make a few things and it just grew from there. I made a few recent investments in a good table saw, router table and was able to justify the dust collector when the wife saw all the mess in garage :). I recently posted my vessel sink cabinet project and am currently building the kitchen cabinets, kitchen island and a few other items. I'm finding out now that one can never have enough clamps!!! I enjoy coming out here (Kreg community) and getting ideas and tips from other posts.

Hello, my name is Jerry and I live in Manitoba, Canada.

I haven't really done any wood working since I was in high school.  When I discovered the Kreg pocket hole tool, I thought I would give this a try and see what I could do.

Welcome Jerry from Manitoba. I'm sure as you use your kreg tools you'll find them to be as useful as most of us do. Happy sawdust days to you.

Hi, I’m a married father, approaching 60, who is just starting out in learning about woodworking. I live in a townhouse and subsequently have a small 18 X 15 foot workshop in my basement. This space also must be used for other purposes at times. I bought a ShopSmith 3-4 years ago, and am trying to learn how to use it when I get some rare time to myself. I am an electrician (so I have enough power for the tools LOL). I recently (last Saturday) got the Kreg K5 pocket hole jig. THIS IS FUN! I have made our son a Boston Bruins corn hole game, have done some minor scroll saw work, and am currently trying to make a manger for my brother (long story) On a couple of other forums I’m on, they keep saying ‘We like pictures” so I’m gonna try to post a couple here. Thanks for having me.  :)

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