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.
I really like the Adaptive Cutting System (ACS) and hope to buy it soon. My table saw really scares me as I have a bad knee that likes to buckle on me at inopportune times. I can just picture it happening at the table saw and tossing me into the saw…Continue
I really like my K4 pocket hole jig but I had a big cabinet project coming up so I wanted a way to clamp the boards to it faster than the toggle clamp alowed. I had seen some other people make pocket hole jigs with pneumatic cylinders in place of…Continue
Dear Kregeers,I would like to try and build a farmhouse table with extensions in the middle to seat 12.I have seen some plans on Ana White and Buildsomething, along with others. Unfortunately, most, if not all the plans are for extensions at the…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.