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Pat Meeuwissen replied to Bob Sieczkiewicz's discussion 'Jigs and Fixtures.'
"Have you made flip stops that don't flex?"
20 hours ago
Pat Meeuwissen commented on John Tomkinson's photo
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Support stops in place

"Has anyone made their own stops??"
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Jay Boutwell left a comment for John Harrison
"How is things going John,  Have not been on here is a while other that to look at what some of…"
Jul 18
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Kreg TrackSaw Systainer

"Can you add the link please"
Jun 23
Martin Albertin replied to Deac Manross's discussion 'Seems to be awfully quiet about Kreg's Adaptive Cutting System'
"Been using the ACS for about a year now. Overall pleased with the saw and system: great…"
Jun 10
Martin Albertin replied to Brandon B.'s discussion 'Rail Square for Kreg Track?'
"TSO GRS-16 PE-K! Look no further."
Jun 10
Zac Taubman left a comment for michael evans
"Hey Michael, how are you? I haven't frequented this Kreg community in over 5 years. Are you…"
May 27
Carlos M Valentine left a comment for Carlos M Valentine
"Thank You"
May 11
Adam posted a discussion

First time I really had a need for the ACS miter guide.

I've been using my Adaptive Cutting System table for a few years now, and it's been really solid.…See More
May 6
Jon commented on Ian Pople's photo
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David Greenstreet's Display Cabinet

"Hi, new here and saw this cabinet. Are plans available? jonparker64@hotmail.com"
May 6
Jon replied to KregRep's discussion 'New Members: Please Introduce Yourself!'
"Hi, my name is Jon and I from Newcastle Maine. Been doing woodwork in one form or another since…"
May 5
Mitchell Collinsworth replied to Henry Beun's discussion 'Wall cabinet 14-16" deep'
"You could adapt the measurement of the width to 3/4 inch less than finish width. For instance a…"
May 2
Mitchell Collinsworth replied to Jeff Welsh's discussion 'Advice on assembling the "offset" bottom of a wall cabinet'
"Hello. I would drill pockets into the bottom side and use a combination square to set the depth. I…"
May 2
Mitchell Collinsworth replied to J Whitman's discussion 'questions Pocket hole jigs'
"If you get the K4 jig the body slides out to use for repairs. It also sounds like you need to…"
May 2
Mitchell Collinsworth replied to Ryan CollinsMinkel's discussion 'Is it my Jig, my plan, or me that is defective?'
"In addition it looks as if you orient you pocket holes on the other side of the piece it won't…"
May 2
Mitchell Collinsworth replied to John Hoskison's discussion 'French cleats 101 advice please'
"Hello. A fairly easy way to cut the cleats can be to cut 45 degree meters down the length of a 5 or…"
May 2
 

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The Kreg Deck Jig Advantage

Create a better, more-beautiful, comfortable, longer-lasting deck with the Kreg Deck Jig. This concealed-fastening system works with Kreg Deck Screws to create splinter-free decking free of visible fasteners. All you see is the beauty of your decking—not a bunch of screws. Use it to build a brand-new deck, or to upgrade an existing deck.

Works with composite decking, and solid-wood decking like cedar, hardwoods, and pressure-treated wood. Kiln-dried after treatment (KDAT) recommended. 

The Complete Pocket-Hole Kit for Building DIY Wood Projects

The new Kreg Pocket-Hole Jig 320 makes it easier than ever to build wood projects, using a simple setup process that gives you versatility to build with materials ½"-1½" thick. Features two drill guides, removable spacer, and convenient material-thickness stops.

With two main jig models plus a set of coordinated accessories to choose from, Kreg 300-Series Pocket-Hole Jigs provide the simplicity, versatility, and convenience you want, plus the durability and value you expect from the #1 pocket-hole brand—Kreg.

The System That Adapts to All of Your Cutting Needs

Conquer your cuts with the Adaptive Cutting System. Safely and easily rip, crosscut, cut mitered angles, and bevels in solid wood, plywood, and other large panels with confidence.

Professional-Level Accuracy, Control, and Precision

The Precision Router Lift helps you elevate your routing capabilities by providing precise control when making router setup changes or changing bits. The lift replaces the standard insert plate in a router table (the 3/8" x 9 1/4" x 11 3/4" plate fits all Kreg router tables plus many popular brands) and accepts 20+ popular router models—without the need for adapters or modifications—in a high-performance carriage that you raise and lower from above the table.

Kreg Clamping Solutions


Your perfect helping hand to hold 90° corners and “T” joints securely when assembling boxes, drawers, cabinets and cases. The 90° Corner Clamp leaves both of your hands free to add fasteners. It's the fastest, easiest-to-use corner clamp you can buy thanks to Kreg Automaxx® auto-adjusting technology.

By applying pressure from the side, rather than overhead, the In-Line Clamp stays out of the way as you work. A peg that fits into any 3/4" diameter hole holds the clamp in place, so the In-Line Clamp makes it possible to get more from any bench with dog holes—or any work surface where you can drill holes. The In-Line Clamp also makes a perfect companion to the Kreg Mobile Project Center.


The Bench Clamp Base makes it possible to use the power and convenience of Kreg Bench Clamps on any work surface, so you can create a versatile clamping station almost anywhere.

The Bench Clamp Base is a perfect companion to the Mobile Project Center, and allows you to get more from any work surface that’s equipped with 3/4" (20mm) bench dog holes. Or, you can simply drill a hole in any work surface, and easily attach the Bench Clamp Base, and just as easily remove it when not in use, or move it to another location.

Straight, Accurate, Splinter-Free Cuts Made Easy

Transform your circular saw into a high-performance, track-guided cutting system with the  Accu-Cut Circular Saw Guide Track System.

The Kreg Accu-Cut and Rip-Cut provide two great ways to turn your ordinary circular saw into a precision cutting tool. And each has some unique ways to help make cutting easy and predictable.

Make Any Place Your Workspace

The Mobile Project Center is a workbench, sawhorse, assembly table, and clamping station — all in one. 

Add the Perfect Final Touch to Your Projects


Kreg Hardware Installation Solutions make it easy to add the perfect final touch to your projects by allowing you to confidently install knobs and pulls, concealed door hinges, drawer slides, and adjustable shelves.

Take Your Kreg Joinery Projects to the Next Level

With the Custom Pocket-Hole Plug Cutter, you can use pocket-hole joinery virtually anywhere — even in places that show prominently on projects — by hiding pocket holes with perfectly matched plugs that you create from any wood you desire.

Kreg Clamps with Automaxx® Auto-Adjust Technology

Automaxx Technology makes clamping faster and easier than ever by adjusting automatically to clamp materials that are thick, thin, or in between. You’ll find Automaxx on the Right Angle ClampWood Project Clamps, Bench ClampsBar Clamps, and Kreg Clamp Table.

 
 
 

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First time I really had a need for the ACS miter guide.

I've been using my Adaptive Cutting System table for a few years now, and it's been really solid. This past week was the first time I ever needed to use the miter guide though.I was rebuilding some shelving in a tiny closet and I discovered the…Continue

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Started by Adam in General Woodworking May 6.

What thread and size screw to use 2 Replies

I am building a small trunk for a military friend to put some belongings in. I have made legs out of ash hardwood and will make the sides out of 1/2” or 3/4” Baltic birch plywood. The legs are 1.5” thick by 2” wide. So since I’m drilling pockets in…Continue

Started by Mike Bohannon in Beginners' Zone. Last reply by Jay Boutwell Apr 19.

Product Reviews

New Kreg 720Pro

I saw the video Kreg put out for this new jig and had high hopes for it.

I purchased one today and am very disappointed with it.

First the docking station is extremely cheap. The plastic is pathetic. A Lego has more…

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Posted by Duke Leon on February 15, 2021 at 9:00pm

Not Pleased With Pocket Hole Construction

Several months ago, I purchased the Kreg K4MS so that I could build the Lego Table as outlined on the companion "buildsomething" web site which exclusively uses pocket hole construction.  I have considerable experience with conventional…

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Posted by Robert Ringel on September 17, 2020 at 1:48pm — 9 Comments

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