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Hello, my name is Kelly Drumm. I just wanted to introduce myself to the fellow Kreg owners. Thanks for accepting me!

Hi everyone!

My name is Nicolas, i'm 32 and i live in France. I love metal and woodworking and i only work on my wasted time :)

I own a Kreg K5 jig since a couple of week and i love it so much !

Hope you will like my humble projects !

Thanks ;)

Hello everyone, My name is Ron and I live in North Central California. I have never gotten into woodworking as a whole beside general construction. I get so burned up buying this cheap imitation of wood furniture and when I saw this on TV, I knew I had to have it. I don't have money for a lot of tools I don't know how to use or need for more than just one project and I knew this would be very useful.

Hello All. My name is Nasiruddin (Na-Sheridan). I live outside of Philadelphia, PA. I'm a stay-at-home mom, at the moment , but have always loved watching woodworking & remodeling shows. I only have a little experience with woodworking but I have some projects around my house & yard that I want to accomplish & now that I have my Kreg jig & other tools, I'm ready to get started!!

Hellow - my name is Mike. I've been a hobbyist woodworker for near 40 years now. I work out of my garage. My biggest project so far has been remodeling our kitchen/living room/dining room which included building all the cabinets myself. But, I do lot of projects around the house in addition to building furniture. Recently I have also been bit by the round bug and started to enjoy turning. I have a full compliment of WW tools and enjoy milling rough sawn hardwood lumber for my projects. I have been using the Kreg jig for many years and a couple years ago bought the kit that I thought had every jig they made! My current projects using the Kreg have been a grill cart for my ceramic grill and currently just started a raised bed garden that will require about 700 HD screws!

Mike 

Hi, my name is Marie,  just got the DIY project kit and am looking forward to my first project.

Ciao a tutti,sono Maurizio vivo a Roma,e sono felice di essere membro di questa comunity,ho imparato a conoscere il mondo Kreg,tramite i canali di you tube.

Mi sono avvicinato al campo del legno con il restauro di vecchi mobili, passando poi alla costruzione di nuovi,e devo dire che in questo,  Kreg Jig è fantastico,rapido, preciso e soprattutto non ruba spazio alla mia cantina.Spero di avere l'opportunità di scambiare idee e consigli con tutti Voi............

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Benvenuti nel girone , Maurizio ! Non vedo l' ora di vedere di più del tuo lavoro . Molto bel lavoro sul sistema di storage Kreg .



Maurizio Federici said:

Ciao a tutti,sono Maurizio vivo a Roma,e sono felice di essere membro di questa comunity,ho imparato a conoscere il mondo Kreg,tramite i canali di you tube.

Mi sono avvicinato al campo del legno con il restauro di vecchi mobili, passando poi alla costruzione di nuovi,e devo dire che in questo,  Kreg Jig è fantastico,rapido, preciso e soprattutto non ruba spazio alla mia cantina.Spero di avere l'opportunità di scambiare idee e consigli con tutti Voi............

I'm Nate. I live in Michigan. I'm an aspiring/beginning/hobbyist wood worker. I'm looking forward to seeing the many different projects I've thought of come to fruiting and owning a Kreg Jig will be a great start to that process!

Hello all,

My name is Mark, and I am from Rochester, NY. I like to do my own woodwork if possible. I used to work as a rough carpenter 35 years ago, but now I work in an office, so my recent experience is more working with my own home. I recently purchased the jig because I would like to learn how to make cabinets for our kitchen. I am somewhat skeptical as to whether I can handle this job, but I am up to trying. The good thing is that since the old cabinets are right here, I can use them as a pattern for new ones.
This jig certainly makes putting things together easy. I built 2 toy boxes for my grandkids, and I sure wish I had this tool then. It makes the construction fast and simple. Thank you for having me here.

Hello to all you wood workers my name is Wayne, I'm from a small town called Caledonia, MS,  I look forward to having all the great minds out there to be helpful to me.  I have worked on cars for most of my life and spent the other half in the Army.  I'm retired now and looking forward to working with wood.  I have always enjoyed  building things but never could seem to either complete it or be able to make two of the same.  I enjoy working on cars and working with wood. So I plan on turning my shop into a wood working shop and just taking my time making stuff.  Look forward to talking to yall.

hi- my name is randy and i am from boise idaho.i am a beginner in woodworking.i built a couple of benches and can tell i need help.it was really fun and hope to do better next time  i will be in touch with some of you soon bye for now.

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