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Get MORE from your Foreman with HD and Micro-Pocket™ Foreman Drill Bits!

The all-new Foreman Pocket-Hole Machine lets you create high-speed pocket holes with twice the speed and half the effort of a standard pocket-hole jig. The Foreman comes with a standard 3/8" Kreg stepped drill bit to get you started—for materials from 1/2"- to 1-1/2"-thick. To meet all of your project-building needs, the Foreman is also compatible with the Kreg Micro-Pocket™ Bit and the Kreg HD (Heavy-Duty) Bit.

The Foreman DB210 can drill high-speed pocket holes in 1/2"-thick material and narrow stock, down to 1"-wide. All you need is the Foreman Micro-Pocket™ Drill Bit with Drill Guide. This bit is perfect for adding detail, building cabinet frames, doors, and drawers, and for smaller projects. A Micro-Pocket™ Replacement Bit without Drill Guide is also available.

Additionally, with the Foreman DB210, you can quickly and easily create strong joints in 1-1/2" and thicker stock. All you need is the Foreman HD (Heavy-Duty) Drill Bit with Drill Guide. With this bit, you can easily build outdoor projects, construct strong deck rails, and even frame walls. An HD Replacement Bit without Drill Guide is also available.

If you'd like to stock up on standard Kreg drill bits for your Foreman, here is the correct bit to order: Hex Shank Pocket-Hole Drill Bit. And, if any of your Kreg drill bits are starting to dull, we offer a Drill-Bit Sharpening Service right here at Kreg.

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Thanks for the informative nudge down the road of Foreman, we were wondering how we would do our face frames with the foreman, lol.

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