"I use the Bessey wood clamps in the 4 packs from Home Depot. I can clamp squared pieces of wood to hold the location of the piece with the kreg pocket holes. That can keep the piece from moving while I fasten the Kreg screw. Also I…"
"Leaving a couple of inches at the ends, pocket screws every 6 inches will hold the cabinet together. Add extra pocket holes if you think you need them.
Tightened securely, the combined strength in al the joints hold the cabinet…"
"You could drill pocket screw holes into the 4 sides of the panels. Then the panel will be screwed into the rails and stiles.
Or you could cut slots on the rails and stiles with dado blades or just a few passes on the table saw or with a…"
"You should use a impact driver. That is what the cabinet installers use to screw kitchen cabinets into the studs in the kitchen wall. After using a drill, one can find that one can take a screwdriver and still drive the screw futher…"
"It is just like mentioned. The pieces of wood have to be square on the edges where the wood is joined together. The rounded edges have to be cut off. When I use the construction lumber from the big box store, I trim off the rounded…"
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.