Thank you for your Kreg Jig purchase, and congratulations on the successful build of your miter saw stand. We apologize for the mix-up with the project plans. Please get in touch with our Customer Service Team right away. You may contact them by phone at 800-447-8638 or by email at CustomerService@kregtool.com. When contacting them, be sure to let them know which Kreg Jig model you purchased: Kreg Jig K5, Kreg Jig K4, Kreg Jig K4 Master System, etc.
Thank you for your time. And again, we apologize for the mix-up. KregRep
Greetings. I am a novice woodworker and yesterday bought a Kreg K4 kit and already built a table with it for a miter saw also purchased yesterday. I also bought several packs of Kreg screws and expect I will be getting some of your clamps in the near future.
I think it is a great product but there is one thing I am not happy about. The box says "BONUS 5 DIY Project Plans Included" and there is a picture of a stack of graphical plans" No plans were included in the kit. I have seen in Youtube videos nicely printed plans and this is what I was expecting to receive in the kit. I would have already started on my workbench by now. I realize plans are available for download but only after account approval (my account was approved today).
Was my kit supposed to include hard copy plans? If so then I am hoping a set can be dropped in the mail. Perhaps the policy has changed since packaging was designed because the graphic on the box *really* suggests there are printed project plans inside. Aside from this one gripe, a really cool product which I look forward to using for many years.
I posted a chart that shows jig setting and screw size to join boards of different thicknesses ! It is a copy I made off the kreg site and can not find the link it was on , could you tell us where o find that link , thanks , JIM
Greetings: I showed a picture of a desk in Woodsmith to my mentor in our wood working club, and said to him I going to build this desk. and He said to me, cool just pocket hole it. Well It had mortise and tenon, dados, rabbets, groves. etc. In short, I started over four times building the desk. Well the last time I broke out my pocket hole jig. My wife loves the Desk. I'll put a picture on photo section later.