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K4 on steroids
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Check out this guy's modification to his K4! Not sure if this has been posted before or not.K4 with Foot Operated ClampContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gary roofner Dec 5, 2013.

Salvaging Pocket Screws
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Hey everyone,I was salvaging some pocket screws from a project gone wrong that had been sitting outside, and I noticed some of the screws were a little rusty. They are the regular silver kreg coarse…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ken Darga Oct 14, 2013.

align opposing dados?
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Hi all,I'm making one of the mudroom benches from the ana white plans for the "samantha entryway bench". You can see the plans…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ken Darga Jun 19, 2013.

Pretty sure I got a good deal...
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   We stopped by our local Lowe's and saw a Kreg Toolboxx Complete System in the Kreg area. It includes the K4 master system, the vac attachment, a work stop, the step and driver bit (both hex…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ken Darga Jan 3.

 

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Doug Harmon replied to Jason Watkins's discussion 'anyone making money with your woodworking?'
"    I have been making custom pieces  for awhile and have found out that if you do quality workmanship and give timely service. You not only have repeat customers but the price is well worth it.  I have done center…"
Feb 15
SS81 replied to Jason Watkins's discussion 'anyone making money with your woodworking?'
"Sold a farmhouse table for 1400 and now I'm building a custom desk for a client. It's was all word of mouth"
Feb 15
Ken Darga replied to Jason Watkins's discussion 'Pretty sure I got a good deal...'
"It's only a good deal if you think it's a good deal."
Jan 3
Jason Watkins commented on fatboyzz.custom's photo
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"Man I love that stained top and painted bottom look. Awesome!"
Dec 17, 2013
Jason Watkins commented on Rick F's photo
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"I like your bit storage! Do you have problems with rust? Here in central FL I get some oxidation on bits if I leave them open to the air."
Dec 17, 2013
Jason Watkins replied to Gary roofner's discussion 'Anyone have any experience with the 1/4 beaded wainscoting at lowes'
"Hi Gary, I dunno what project you're working on, but I opted to get the actual tongue and groove planks for about $10 at my local lowes. It comes in a pack of 12 32" tall beaded tongue & groove planks. It makes a great back for smaller…"
Dec 17, 2013
Jason Watkins commented on Rick F's photo
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"Hey nice build! What plug cutter is that? My family needs some stocking stuffer ideas lol. I have a cheap stanley plug cutter with the "finger" style cutters, and it doesn't work very well."
Dec 17, 2013
Gary roofner replied to Jason Watkins's discussion 'K4 on steroids'
Dec 5, 2013
Gary roofner replied to Jason Watkins's discussion 'K4 on steroids'
"The k4 on steroids was first built by our own Jay Boutwell his I believe was a K2 . I looked but could not find the article . Jay can set the record straight.   "
Dec 5, 2013
Jason Watkins posted a discussion

K4 on steroids

Check out this guy's modification to his K4! Not sure if this has been posted before or not.K4 with Foot Operated ClampSee More
Dec 1, 2013
Ken Darga replied to Jason Watkins's discussion 'Salvaging Pocket Screws'
"Jason, Are you sure it's rust? Seems like oxidation has formed on the screws being exposed to high MC damp environment. Clean off the discoloration from the screws, using a rotary wire brush, Dremel or the like, and coat the screws with spray…"
Oct 14, 2013
Jason Watkins posted a discussion

Salvaging Pocket Screws

Hey everyone,I was salvaging some pocket screws from a project gone wrong that had been sitting outside, and I noticed some of the screws were a little rusty. They are the regular silver kreg coarse threaded screws for 3/4" material, not the blue ones. Are they ok to re-use or is their integrity compromised because of the rust on the threads?Best,JasonSee More
Oct 14, 2013
Jason Watkins replied to Ethan's discussion 'First project complete: Farmhouse Table'
"Nice work!"
Oct 14, 2013
Jason Watkins replied to Ted Earl's discussion 'beaded face frame'
"Ted, I thought that jig was only for the full sized Kreg router table? I may be wrong, KregRep will probably chime in and let us know for sure. Best, Jason"
Oct 14, 2013
Doug Harmon replied to Jason Watkins's discussion 'anyone making money with your woodworking?'
"Jay  like you I have been woodworking for over 20 yrs. and like you I  got out of it because I was just to busy.   but got back into by popular demaned.  I do nothing but custom work my main thing is…"
Aug 27, 2013
Ethan replied to Jason Watkins's discussion 'anyone making money with your woodworking?'
"Well said Jay. I agree with your points."
Aug 21, 2013

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Which Kreg Jig® and/or Kreg Products do you own?
Kreg Jig® Jr.
How would you describe yourself?
Beginning Woodworker

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At 9:36pm on January 21, 2013, james wilhelm said…

Jason, thanks for your nice comment , I did buy the pattern from   www.winfieldcollection.com for around $ 9.00 bucks and shipping . It is an easy build and you can adapt it to use the Kreg jig !!I have made five of them so far, good luck and hope this helps , the # for the pattern is cc26, there # is 1-800-946-3435, have fun , JIM

At 3:25am on July 8, 2012, Larry E Dennis said…

Jason, Where do you live? I only ask because just a week ago I was looking at a Dewalt exactly like this one including the wire hanging by the motor.  I live in Eugene, OR.  The place where I saw the saw had 2 of them plus 2 Craftsman saws.  If you don't have one now & can swing it a sliding compound miter saw would be a better use of your dollars.  The only things that I can think of that a radial arm saw can do thar a miter saw can't is rip & dadoo ( that looks wrong, sorry) LarryD

 
 
 

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