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Has anyone seen the YouTube video or have any information about the HOME-MADE WOODWORKING TOOL "pocket-hole machine by the WOODEN TOOL COMPANY?     The pocket hole machine features the K3 Jig and is controlled by a foot lever built into a custom  made cabinet.  The K3 jig installed in the cabinet still maintaines its  clamping power and accuracy, But at the same time allows for increased speed in drilling the pocket holes. The pocket hole home made jig would be a real asset to any Kreg JIg tool owner.    If anyone has information or plans for this  jig, please share them with the Kreg Jig Owners Community.   Thanks, Rodney  

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How about a link to this video?

      google "woodentoolcompany " and it will bring up @woodentoolcompany" This will take you to the web sight.  When you click the comment posted, HOME-MADE POCKET HOLE MACHINE, it takes you to a youtube video.  tha account recently closed.

        RCW, the video i saw had a drill mounted somehow on the back side of the custom made case.  i saw 2 videos before it was taken down. it was pretty awsome. the creator of the jig whet by the name"Baldwinic".

Here is a link here on Kreg forum but your right all his old links are dead. I built one for the k4 to get around the problem of big panels. works well.

Rodney that website looks like a scam web site. It looks related to the "Teds" 14,000 plans rip off web site.Rodney Dennis said:

      google "woodentoolcompany " and it will bring up @woodentoolcompany" This will take you to the web sight.  When you click the comment posted, HOME-MADE POCKET HOLE MACHINE, it takes you to a youtube video.  tha account recently closed.

Jay Boutwell took his K3 and added an air cylinder to the clamp so he hits a button and it clamps, not sure if the button is foot or hand operated but from how he tells it it works like a charm, hit it to clamp hit it to unclamp or hit it to clamp and let it go to unclamp... still drills by hand.

Kreg does make a machine that you just put the wood in and then it clamps and drills for you....

The set up as is seems pretty simple to me. I'll just use as is I think. Sometimes simpler is easier. I like it when people are thinking of an  easier way though, never can do that enough.

Woodentoolcompany is back! It's under woodentoolcompany2 now. Videos up showing that crazy contraption now.

Ya I seen it and I wasnt impressed . If I didnt need my drill I would motorize my jig.

You can buy a drill for under $20. Your obviously not an easy guy to impress lol!

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