Make your own shop-made clamping & assembly workbench.........Kreg Klamp Tracklocate several of these units, banked side-by-side, to the desired depth of your top.Make a work-top base from 3/4"…Continue
It's beneficial to learn the various woodworking “joinery” methods,so as to determine the applicable joints to make, with the available tools one has, or intends to acquire, to accomplish the desired…Continue
I contacted Kreg Tools, many moons ago.
A track saw is not on their priority list.
There's about 3-4 different companies that offer track saws, on today's market.
Based on my reviews of the various ones on today's…"
I Have noticed no one has replied Kreg does offer a Rip Guide as one of there products, but they do not offer a track saw as one of there current products. You would have to ask the |Kreg Rep about new products."
I've been using the Milwaukee M12 drill-driver, since it came on the market.
GREAT tool---it works EXCELLENT for driving screws.
Nice and compact---light weight---has plenty of driving torque---
dials down to a very low torque setting…"
According to Kreg's instruction manual(s),
they recommend 2" in from each end and spaced 6" apart.
For the size of your build, I'd locate the first one at 2" from the end, then the next one at 2" apart,…"
With a suitable jig, the holes can be drilled using a hand drill,
that is orientated 90 degrees to the work-piece surface.
Place a drilling depth mark on your drill bit.
I've performs such drilling tasks, before having a drill press.…"
Rockler, Home Depot, as well as several others, who sell woodworking tools, stock flush cut saws.
Sometimes this saw is referred to as a "razor" saw.
The blade is flexible and there is no set in the teeth, hence "flush…"
Yes it does , but no it is counter top edge remenant . thanks for consern I have several different patterns of this material .I ve made several kitcheen stands and islands of this different material. Find it at Menards in the shelving department advertised as discontinued shelving. Very nice and cheap material. thanks Cecil