I had this problem constantly since I am working in metric and thus had to adjust. My method is to set the stop collar on the drill bit 1/16" lower than it should be according to the charts. That makes the pocket hole bottom a bit…"
My 5 cents - the concealed hinges will hold the load, but what really would influence the number of hinges per side is the height of your door as the main factor.
The guide is, at least as I've been taught, to use 1 hinge per every…"
I've tried multiple, but one thing is to remember... The pilot holes for the screws are not often where the jig places them. You need to check with the hinge where to drill the pilot holes.
Other than that - all concealed hinges I believe…"
"I got it around October last year. Overall, a good buy, but I am really bummed about the fact it is VERY far from being flat, and not adjustable.
Did someone succeed to adjust the wings to actually be a flat 180 degrees, and no more than…"
My name is Ed, and I am from Sydney, Australia. Entered the woodworking world 2 years ago, and since then - flying ahead on a full steam! Kreg jig was one of the first tools I bought, and now I own quite a few of these blue devices,…"
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 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.