HI my name is Graham and I am based in the UK. I have come at the Kreg Tool from the other end - I am designing a TV surround and floating shelves in Sketchup and came across a recommendation for Kreg Tool within one of the Pintrest ideas. So now incorporating Tim's pockets into my design and just deciding on whether to go for the 3 or 4. I love a bit of woodwork, but the time saving aspect of this tooling really appeals...
Hello everyone, my name is Mark and I live in Sioux City, IA. I have always been a DIYer but recently decided to try woodworking. I renovated a room in my house and turned it into a small shop. I recently removed a wood fireplace and old volcanic stone wall and updated it to an electric fireplace and Airstone wall with 55" tv. I am now using my new shop to build a couple of built in cabinets. I am doing a lot of reading and video watching so I know exactly what I will run into. I have built the carcasses and now moving on to the face frames. I usually don't know what I am doing when I start a project but come away with a ton of knowledge for the next time!
Pics of fireplace and shop....
Looks like the beginings of some very rewarding work going to happen there.
Anthony Tosi said:
Hello, My name is Anthony Tosi. I live in New Jersey. I am wondering if the Kreg Jig would work on joining the pre made pine crates that Home Depot Sells. They will be used to support a 3/4" piece of either Oak or the finished Pine Board, But How I am securing the crates is one is going to be long ways and the one on top is going to be standing up, Would the Kreg Jig work for my purpose?
A picture would be good to make a objective jusgement for you otherwise try one and see for yourself, as I am reasonable sure 1t would be OK
My name is Greg and I'm from central Indiana. I've been woodworking for the last year or so. I have the K4 and have used it multiple times already.
I have a shop set up in my barn and have spent many evenings in it. I consider myself a beginner but my wife says I have moved beyond the beginner stage. I guess that's why I married her, lol.
I hope to learn new skills from the group.
Hello Kreg community, my name is Mike and I live in upstate NY. I'm an avid DIYer and consider myself an intermediate woodworker. I'm finishing my basement and my recent project was to design and build myself a mobile workbench. I've learned a lot from my dad including stone work, building furniture and design. I've got 3 young kids and I like to learn new skills.
New to the group here. I live in Houston (cypress area) and have a small start up called Southern Rustic Custom Furniture and Decor. I have been using Kreg jig for a while but just now realized there was a group here. I have post some of my more recent projects if you want to take a look. Looking forward to seeing you guys around the shop (site).
Hello all names Ronny from Kentucky mechanic by trade wood working a passion