"I used the Kreg Clamp Track and clamp blocks with Rockler T-track to use their inline clamps so I can use it to make boxes.
2nd bench will be drilled with 3/4 holes at 96mm centres with a downdraft box. I have a panel clamp system that will work…"
"Brad point is my choice.
Lately I have used a plastic cutting board, no splinters from that and it is easy to replace from the local $2 shop.
I would align the end with the rail and centred on the rail your drilling."
"If you don't like Loctite then either changing to a bolt or t-bolt would let you spin the clamp in place to retighten it, you may have to do some grinding to get them to slide and you do defeat the free 360 deg rotation."
"3/4 or 19mm is the Kreg standard hole size. Festool is 20mm as are most dogs from metric countries.
Kreg mobile work centre spacing is 4" I belive and Festool use 96mm with Kreg shelf pin Jig and Bosch guide rail at 32mm can do spaces at 64…"
"I was tempted to spend the AU$60 each to get the two that were at Carbatec Adelaide.
I like that there is a cut out that lets you make a t-joint as well.
What put me off is that they are ugly looking things.
I have clamp track and blocks set up…"
"On the Kreg I like that you can reverse the jig to fit the drawers as well, it lacks the repeatability of the Rockler with the adjustable height bar.
Rockler you have the bar to adjust height but you have to take the slide apart and you can adjust…"
"Is this the jig?
Depends on your cordless drill, I know mine would work.
The guide traveller would fit your track that I have.
With a bit of work you could make the hole system work too and with any…"
"To drill/route dog holes the Kreg jig isn't going to work as it will only work around the edges and not making through holes.
I have the Kreg/Armor/Axminster hole system that is 19mm/0.75 and the bits that size are found everywhere. 20mm Bits…"
"Not tried it but...
Typically the part that fits through the jig hole top varies in size according to the size of the bit, larger bits won't fit and smaller will need a sleeve. Bronze/brass bushings as used for bearings should fit if you can…"