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At 6:52am on December 17, 2013, michael evans said…

No problem on the info for ripcut ,like your shop by the way .

At 8:50am on December 10, 2013, Bobb Windle said…

Thanks for the info. I was thinking about how to place the jig on the chair bottom. I see what you are talking about. Thanks again !!!

At 9:08pm on April 21, 2013, james wilhelm said…

Kreg , did you get my post on drilling holes in 2" x 4" with HD jig ?? 

At 11:34pm on March 5, 2013, james wilhelm said…

Thank You , JIM

At 1:38pm on March 5, 2013, james wilhelm said…

How is it comming with the screw guide, have not seen any updates , since all of the requests were made  ????????????

At 10:49pm on February 24, 2013, james wilhelm said…

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

At 2:53pm on February 22, 2013, George Hamm said…

Thanks.  That was a hard one to share.  Especially when I have the plans in my head.  George

At 6:59pm on September 27, 2012, Thomas Ellis said…

I have an idea for a new tool, that I think will sell, if you are interested.

At 8:24am on September 27, 2012, KregRep said…

Thanks for sharing! We look forward to the pictures.

At 9:46pm on September 26, 2012, Thomas Ellis said…

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.

At 12:10pm on April 24, 2012, Dwayne DeWhitt said…

Thank you for the welcome. I am quite intrigued with the Kreg Table. I have one of the first Kreg Jigs, and have built many things with it. I currently work for Lowes and we sell the Kreg products and I have recommended it to many beginners.

I do claim some expertise regarding woodworking tooling, having been a sales rep for Leitz Tooling Systems. I provided new tooling and custom tooling for many kinds of machines for cabinet and furniture shops. There is a comment by someone about a better cutting saw blade for 7-1/4" skill saws doing rip cuts. You might check out the Japanese blades and especially Tenryu (who was/is the provider of Porter Cable Rip Tide series), also Festool who makes a plunge skill saw. About 13-14 years ago, I had the saw service that I worked for make (2) 7-1/4" Laminate-Veneer blades for me. They had a higher tooth count, ATB teeth with Negative Hook angle, and 30 degree top grind. You could also have Alternate Face grind. This would give high quality cross cuts and rips of nice plywood.

I have also been a sales rep for Richelieu Hardware, a wholesaler to the cabinet and furniture industry. I would welcome questions. I am just getting used to this site and how it works.

At 2:21pm on January 24, 2012, Jim Delorme said…

Thanks for the kudos!

At 9:36am on August 1, 2011, steve kidd said…
in regards to my last comment, if someone dosent want to chat, please dont show them on chat, i meaning me look foolish trying to chat with someone supposedly on line. i thank you for your work on this issue.
At 9:33am on August 1, 2011, steve kidd said…
hey kreg rep, it seems that sometimes some one seems to be on line and when you look at thier profile they are not, please correct this problem. thank you for all your help.
At 12:26pm on April 3, 2011, ray vile said…
Hey Kreg rep, I guess you better get busy cleaning up our site
At 12:08pm on March 1, 2011, Jay Boutwell said…

Great idea, I will have do that.  I would like to also say that I appreciate everything you do to make this a enjoyable and educational site.  This is one great community and  each time you visit you leave with more than an enjoyable visit but with something you have learned.   All the members are just great with loads of knowledge and talents. 

 I also enjoy it because it is not just a guy site but the ladies share their talents, knowledge and ideas as well.  I have gained a great deal of knowledge and ideas from looking at the ladies projects and reading their comments.

I look at it as "Kreg's school of knowledge and talents".  Need an answer to something, you'll find it in this community.

I also thank you for your nice comments as well and will be adding more projects soon.

  Keep up the good work at Kreg Tools, it is the hottest thing going today. All of you are doing just great!!!!!!!!!!!!!

At 9:21pm on February 24, 2011, ray vile said…

I am attending the the woodworking show in Somerset nj on Friday and I hope to be able to make a much better post than Tom boy did about the one she attended.I am planning to document the whole expereince. I do beleive a show in such a populated area will be much better

Thanks for your time,

Ray Vile

At 12:10pm on February 22, 2011, Jay Boutwell said…
I would like to personally thank you and all the Kreg Staff members who worked on the "spam" problem to resolve it to a managable level.  I'm sure it is a relief to many members whom do not enjoy such trash lerking out there.  It is nice to have a respectable location for ladies and gents to display their  projects and chat and share ideas and information.  Thanks again and also for advising us of your progress on the problem. It is less worry for many.
At 1:52am on February 13, 2011, B.P. said…

Started with older Kreg™ Master kit.   Added a few smaller Jr. Kreg sets and jig

holders yet cannot get the new holder without ordering the entire master kit.

At 4:18pm on February 10, 2011, David L. Wilkins said…

I had trouble with my Quick Release tool and called Kreg. The tool was replaced and is great!

It's great to do business with a company that cares about their customers. Love the product

and it makes woodworking a lot easier.

Thank You,   David Wilkins

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