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At one point I had misplaced my Kreg Screw Selector Wheel. So when I finally found it again - carefully tucked away on a shelf to protect it - I decided to create a couple of tables that contain the same information - just in case the Wheel is misplaced again. I am attaching that table here as a PDF file. 

To Kreg: I certainly don't intend to try to sell the tables or the information on them, but still, if posting these tables here is a violation of copyrights or forum policy, please remove this post.

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That help out so very much Ken!  Thank you for posting and I am glad I read it before it gets taken down!!



Thanks for posting the chart.

It's best to direct the screw in an " inward" direction---away from the edge, vs as shown in the illustration, on page 1.

When the screw is toward the "outside" edge, there is a potential for the screw to fracture the wood. 

The screw will end up being very close to the edge of the work-piece.

Ken D.,

I just created a somewhat sad home made version of the very same joint shown on the Kreg Screw Selector Wheel. 

I understand what your're saying though. Quite often for me placement of the pockets is determined by my desire to hide the pockets from view.

Ken K.  thanks for the chart,s , I think you did a very good job on them , and if you copied it off the wheel it should be correct  by Kreg standards  !!!  Again thanks for taking the time to make the charts , I am sure a lot of other wood workers  have made a copy, Have a great day , JIM !!

Thanks!  Now, I'll only have to remember to set both the jig and the drill.  I always seem to forget one or the other.

Thank you Ken, I'm laminating a copy for reference.

wow!  this is great.  well documented and easy to understand. just what i need.  thanks much.

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