45 to 45 isn't difficult, just clamp the board in the jig with the cut face down. You have to watch the hole position and screw length very carefully as you quickly run out of wood on the recieving piece as you approach the pointy part. If you are doing smaller frames, < 2-1/2" wide, you may be best off with a micro jig. I don't like using pockets on small frames, 1 to 1-1/2" as there is usually only room for one pocket unless you bring one screw in from each side of the corner. That is to say pockets in the rails and the stiles. That gets a little dicey keeping them from running into each other.
Hi AllJust got myself a new Metabo mitre saw, kitted it out with a new Freud Pro blade as well as "pimped up" my bench with LED lighting so I can find stuff! I have 22 LED daylight tubes in my fittings in the garage so there is more than enough…Continue
I originally bought Ridgid tools for the warranty, well I had to replace batteries. Very easy and got new batteries and chargers. Found out they don't make 24 volt tools any more, so I sent in a hammer drill, impact driver and light for replacement…Continue
I am going to try and new project. Never made cabinets before. Researched and You-tubed like crazy. So many opinions. Mine are going to be:1 each= 30"W x 14"D x 38"H2 each =29"W x 14"D x 38"H1 floor to ceiling cabinet 18"W x 24"D and the height…Continue
Perhaps this question has already been asked somewhere on this forum but I wasnt able to find it after an hour or so of searching. Is there a recommended length of Kreg screw to use when combining a 1x6 into a 4x4 post. I have seen a few conversion…Continue
I have built many kitchens and finally decided to buy the Foreman, because my latest kitchen consisted of 28 cabinets and I was over my hand hurting from all the drilling, moving the clamp etc., it seemed like a smart choice.