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wesley balogh commented on Misha's blog post 'Square Cut is not square'
"I am finding that it is very difficult to make accurate repeative cuts with the square cut and not take a small chunk out of the plastic guide! I am an amateur in word working and need some advice how to better use the square properly."
May 21, 2013
KregRep commented on Misha's blog post 'Square Cut is not square'
"Misha, We've had great success with the Square-Cut, and we definitely want yours to be correct. If it's defective in any way, we will make it right for you. You can contact our Customer Service department by phone at 800-447-8638…"
Feb 27, 2013
Ken Darga commented on Misha's blog post 'Square Cut is not square'
"Misha, Is that a small gap, (shown in the ''red square''), between your straight edge and the guage? If that's the case, then I'd surmise the gauge is ''bowed'' (distorted). I checked my Kreg…"
Feb 27, 2013
Misha commented on Misha's blog post 'Square Cut is not square'
"''flashing'' is not really the case. I did check for that. I will place a few pictures to show the gap that appears."
Feb 26, 2013
Ken Darga commented on Misha's blog post 'Square Cut is not square'
"Check all edges for any ''flashing''. Remove any minute ''flashing'' projections. Flashing occurs where there is a small amount of the plastic material that gets thru the cracks, in the molding process."
Feb 26, 2013
Robert Brennan commented on Misha's blog post 'Square Cut is not square'
"Well then I will not be buying a Kreg Square anytime soon. Maybe Kreg sub contracted then out for manufacture but didn't enforce the QA/QC with a made under licence product. Otherwise I see a recall coming up if Kreg are to maintain…"
Feb 26, 2013
Misha commented on Misha's blog post 'Square Cut is not square'
"Or may be you could just turn the square 180 degrees and extend the slide. But I believe it is not so comfortable to place the square from the opposite side."
Feb 4, 2013
Misha commented on Misha's photo


"Thank you all for encouraging.I am eager to start on a rather large project (a bookcase with doors) but I can't as don't have a place to cut the materials. Still I do hope."
Jan 22, 2013
George Crable commented on Misha's photo


"Simple design but looks sturdy, love the finish which makes the wood grain really pops. "
Jan 22, 2013
Misha commented on Misha's photo

which is better?

"Thanks for the information."
Jan 15, 2013
James Waller commented on Misha's photo

which is better?

"I would go with "b" and make pocket holes in the top and bottom as shown.... "
Jan 15, 2013
Misha commented on Misha's photo

which is better?

"Excuse my for not being exact. This is a front view."
Jan 15, 2013
R. E. Woods commented on Misha's photo

which is better?

"Is this the front view, or top view, or side view? As a side or front view, example A distributes the weight down the sides. As a top view, example A looks like a typical face frame."
Jan 15, 2013
Misha posted a photo

which is better?

Is there a significant difference between a and b. Which is better and why? The four boards are supposed to be assembled together to form a cabinet.
Jan 14, 2013
Misha updated their profile
Jan 13, 2013
Misha commented on Misha's photo

bookcase I want

"For me, I suppose, it may take two weeks not two weekends. "
Jan 13, 2013

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Which Kreg Jig® or Kreg Products do you own?
Kreg Jig® Master System, Micro-Pocket Drill Guide
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Square Cut is not square

I bought a Square Cut to use with my circular saw.

Just before making the first cut I decided to check the angle, and unfortunately the “right angle” came out not to be exact. At first I became very frustrated and was ready to throw it away on the upper shelve. But, as several cuts had to be made at the…


Posted on January 11, 2013 at 1:13pm — 10 Comments

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At 12:10am on January 6, 2013, james wilhelm said…

Yes all the boards must be square on the ends to get a good job , they do have some free projects on this site  for those just starting out in wood working and don,t have a lot of tools , good luck and have fun !!

At 1:08pm on January 1, 2013, james wilhelm said…

Welcome to the community, great place for new ideas and help on projects, hope to see some pictures of your projects, build and have fun.


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