"Good question really. Had to use 5 clamps of various kinds and sizes yesterday!
Was joining oak rails for a face frame. Like to use glue on these joints and they want to move a little.
The plywood corner square/clamp looks great. Will definitely…"
That is a great little tool!
Gonna have to make one of those up tonight.
Great video by the way. Nice clear voice. Toomany years of noisy machines and the ears are not what they used to be!
Been using my Rocket jig for at least 10 years. Read about it in a magazine and the local Home Hardware ordered it in and it was their first time seeing the product.
Used it for many projects for many thicknesses of mat'l. Always…"
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Using Kreg pocket hole jig for many years, many projects. Very, very versatile and handy. Must use the correct screws though!
All my woodworking is done from a wheelchair so the flexibility of the system is very important to me.
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K3 problem the threaded insert is lose and will not hold setting. The k4 is worn and hard to use. I was think maybe epoxy the insert in place may fix it. I tried wood glue did hold. Anyone else had the same problem? The k4 I have thought about…Continue
I'm thinking about getting the Kreg Miter Gauge instead of building a sled for my table saw. I figure the miter gauge would have more uses and since the stock will ride on the saw table there is no drop off like with some crosscut sleds. And it…Continue
I'm having trouble getting my pocket holes deep enough. I'm using the kreg j4 system and using 3/4" stock 1 1/2" wide. I have set my jig to 3/4" high for the stock and set my drill bit to 3/4" to the tip. I'm pretty new at using this and I thought I…Continue
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 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.