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Gerardo welcome,

Did you say: 

Hello. my name is Gerardo and I live in Monterrey Nuevo León México. and I have done some furniture with kreg and in fact it has facilitated the work to me. Greetings!

Welcome to the Kreg website.

Regards Robert Brennan

hola gerardo : por fin un mexicano en la comunidad , yo soy nuevo en esto de el sistema kreg espero con el tiempo podas ponernos en contacto para comentar detalles sobre el sistema . saludos desde la baja california sur mexico



Gerardo said:

hola. mi nombre es Gerardo  y vivo en Monterrey Nuevo León  México. y he hecho algunos muebles con  kreg y en realidad me ha facilitado el trabajo.  Saludos!

Fernando

 gracias!  aqui estamos iniciando esta etapa  como  principiantes en el trabajo de la madera .  

 

saludos!



FERNANDO MURILLO VILLAVICENCIO said:

hola gerardo : por fin un mexicano en la comunidad , yo soy nuevo en esto de el sistema kreg espero con el tiempo podas ponernos en contacto para comentar detalles sobre el sistema . saludos desde la baja california sur mexico



Gerardo said:

hola. mi nombre es Gerardo  y vivo en Monterrey Nuevo León  México. y he hecho algunos muebles con  kreg y en realidad me ha facilitado el trabajo.  Saludos!

   Hey there my name is Guy Bratt  I'm a retired electrician living in Michigan just southwest of Port Huron.    My wood working experiance was related to construction untill 2007.  About then I got caught in the woodturning  vortex.  Now I'd like to extend my skills a little and build some cabinets and such.  My first Kreg purchase will likly be the portable router table followed by a pocket hole system.

Welcome Guy! I think you will like the kreg system it is a great alternative to more  time consuming joinery and it works well.

Hello Guy, You will find this to be a nice venue when you want information or have a question.

Good luck.

Hi my name is George Adair. I've been wielding a hammer since I was about 8 years old. That works out to about 50 years of banging my nails instead of the ones I was supposed to be driving in. Took up woodworking more as a nessesity because I just couldn't afford a carpenter and wanted to put what my father taught me to some use. I consider myself a knowledgeable woodworker which means I still have a heck of a lot more to learn. I'm now getting involved in building gifts for family and multiple grandchildren. Kreg tools has been a great help in improving some of the projects I've taken on.

Hi all,

My name is Justin (from Ohio).  New to wood working, but have been helping friends and family remodel for years.  Just bought my first home and am enjoying planning my own remodels.  I'm eager to get started and learn from everyone here.  Already have my first project; a headboard made from old shutters.  Pictures to come!

Welcome George, I too pounded nails for several years before going to work in a factory. I started building furniture to keep the feeling that I was actually making something. It is very rewarding. I've been building furniture for about 25 years now, so I feel I'm a moderate woodworker too. I now have a 5 month old granddaughter whom I am starting to build for.

Good luck George

George Adair said:

Hi my name is George Adair. I've been wielding a hammer since I was about 8 years old. That works out to about 50 years of banging my nails instead of the ones I was supposed to be driving in. Took up woodworking more as a nessesity because I just couldn't afford a carpenter and wanted to put what my father taught me to some use. I consider myself a knowledgeable woodworker which means I still have a heck of a lot more to learn. I'm now getting involved in building gifts for family and multiple grandchildren. Kreg tools has been a great help in improving some of the projects I've taken on.

Hey Justin, I too am from Ohio, This is an excellent forum for advice on all facets of woodworking.

Good luck

Justin Everett said:

Hi all,

My name is Justin (from Ohio).  New to wood working, but have been helping friends and family remodel for years.  Just bought my first home and am enjoying planning my own remodels.  I'm eager to get started and learn from everyone here.  Already have my first project; a headboard made from old shutters.  Pictures to come!

Thank you Robert!

Robert Rea said:

Hey Justin, I too am from Ohio, This is an excellent forum for advice on all facets of woodworking.

Good luck

Justin Everett said:

Hi all,

My name is Justin (from Ohio).  New to wood working, but have been helping friends and family remodel for years.  Just bought my first home and am enjoying planning my own remodels.  I'm eager to get started and learn from everyone here.  Already have my first project; a headboard made from old shutters.  Pictures to come!

Hi, Rick here, I live in Phoenix. For my birthday I bought myself a Kreg master system. Just received it and setting it up was easier than getting on this website. Not to complain, I'm a beginner but looking forward to some fun projects. I think a work bench is first. Thank you all in advance for help and advice. Rick

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