The main difference between the PRS1020 and the PRS1025 is that the PRS1025 will have a key hole at the end of the slot in the table to easily allow you to remove the fence. Without this slot you would have to completely remove…"
The issue you are referring to is due to your dust collection hose trying to attach over the outside of the dust collection attachment. It is designed to go inside of the opening allowing the friction of this joint to hold it in…"
The table top is not designed to be a completely flat surface. It is designed to be a working surface and not a flat surface to be measured against. While clamping your work pieces the material will be flat against the…"
Unfortunately the plugs are designed to be used with material that is 3/4" - 1 1/4". If working with 1 1/2" material you can purchase some 3/8" dowel and create your own plugs. This would allow you to set…"
Thank you for your input. With the dust collection attachment on the jig itself you can unscrew the index pin, though it is not as easy as without the dust collection attached. The notched rim of this pin allows you to run…"
I'm sorry to inform you that we do not offer a kit like you are referring to. I have heard of our customer's doing this but they did not supply us with a list of parts to do so. If you do decide to do this, please…"
Thank you for the suggestion. Unfortunately we do not offer a pin like you are referring to at this time. If you are having issues with removing the pin, you can try slightly lifting up on the drill guide block as you rotate…"
The pocket hole plugs are designed to be use in material that ranges from 3/4"-11/4" thick. This is the reason that with 1 1/2" material your plugs are sitting below the surface. As Ken described below, you can…"
I'm sorry to inform you that we do not recommend using other drill bits with our jig. The bit was specifically designed to fit into the jig to support it while drilling. If you were to use a collar to make up the…"
Ken would be correct in the actual opening size from the pad to the tip. However, since the tip will be in the pocket hole itself it will give you the 5" reach our website states. However, with the project you are…"
Depending on the density of the hardwood you are using, the coarse threaded screws should work. However, it could cause your material to split. A safer option would be to set the jig up for 3/4" material and then use…"
"Hi there do you have a conversion sheet from imperial to metric i can print and one in metric only PLEASE.
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Hi i am almost 54 and love working with my hands, whether its steel or wood and have quite a bit of tool for both…"
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I wish I would have known before purchasing what I did that the Bench Klamp would not work with the Mini-Trak.I dont think I saw anything in the description stating that. I would have considered buying the larger Trak instead or another accessory in place of the Bench Klamp that would be compatible.
Hello All - I'm looking for a plan for a puzzle caddy to replace the frail cardboard ones we've used in the past...large main area and two smaller sorting/storing trays. If anyone has such a plan or has seen one someplace, I'd love to hear about…Continue
Hi Everyone,I appreciate all the threads on the community. I've got to use this more, you guys are great.I got my hands on some beautiful ambrosia poplar, 2 inches thick, that I want to join for a desk/counter top. Using the 2.5 inch screws and…Continue
I have some 2" x 6" Black Walnut and need some 2 1/2" screws. To best of my knowledge Walnut is a hardwood so I need to use fine thread screws. However I can not find that length of Fine thread screws on Kregs website. Does anyone know where I can…Continue
I share a large shop with a friend at his house, but, for the last couple years I have hardly been there to work on anything.I have moved a lot of the duplicate tools into my carport and have been working there.Does anyone else work in the…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.