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Available June, 2012

$59.99





Bigger bit, bigger holes, bigger screws, and of course… bigger projects. Introducing the all-new Kreg Jig® HD – optimized for large heavy-duty projects - delivering the strength and confidence you need to BUILD BIG!



The Kreg Jig® HD is designed with the same tried-and-true hardened steel drill guides as the original Kreg Jig®... but
 the HD lets you drills holes which are 25% larger and joints that are an amazing 50% stronger than traditional Kreg Joints™!The HD gives you the same "Drill. Drive. Done!" simplicity you expect from a Kreg Jig®, plus the strength you never thought possible.


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Whether you’re framing walls, building backyard furniture, fences, benches, or any other large project, you always want the strongest joint possible; and this is where the Kreg Jig® HD excels.

The Kreg Jig® HD is optimized for working with 2x4’s and larger stock. It utilizes #14 industrial-quality, heavy-duty, hardened-steel, screws which provide incredible shear resistance as well as 3 anti-corrosion layers for incredible long-term moisture resistance.

The Kreg Jig® HD works great as a stand-alone jig; simply connect it to your Kreg Face Clamp™, lock it into place, and take it where you need to go. Depending on the project, the Kreg Jig® HD can also connect directly to your model K3 or K4 Kreg Jig® benchtop base for upright drilling.

 

Whether you build projects outdoors a lot or just want your projects to be built with the strongest joints possible… this is the Kreg Jig® for you.



Kit Includes:

- HD Drill Guide

- Stop Block

- ½” Diameter HD Stepped Drill Bit

- HD Stop Collar and Allen Wrench

- 6” HD Driver Bit

- Starter Screw Set

.Features:

- 50% stronger than standard pocket-holes

- Optimized for large outdoor projects

- For use with 1 ½” materials and up

- Works with the K3 & K4 Kreg Jig® and Kreg Jig® Master System

- Stop Block provides easy, repeatable registration to workpiece

- Face Clamp locks into Kreg Jig® HD for secure drilling

- Hex-Shank HD Drill Bit is Quick Change compatible


NOTE: Be sure to check with your local building code authority before using the Kreg Jig HD to construct load bearing objects such as interior walls or deck railings. Building codes differ from area to area. Please reference applications in user manual.



Learn more about the Kreg Jig HD

Watch the Kreg Jig HD video on YouTube


Available June, 2012

$59.99

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I agree...a pergola was my thought...

 
Tony Olivares said:

wow, looks good for an outdoor pergola!  :)

good idea, Frank....
 
Frank Neher said:

I wonder it they are going to sell the stop block on it's own?  My K-4 won't hold a 3 1/2" wide piece.

dang I JUST boughtthe Kreg $140 setup from Lowes for my Pergola....now I have to get another $60 piece!  Need some overtime!

 

Father's Day is just around the corner, Rod.
 
Rodney Wade said:

dang I JUST boughtthe Kreg $140 setup from Lowes for my Pergola....now I have to get another $60 piece!  Need some overtime!

 

The Kreg HD sounds great for some tomato planters I am hoping to make this fall.  Major basement work won't let me take advantage of the June release... but I've just added it to my Father's Day list.  I might even have to put it in bold print.  ;^)

Rev.

Sounds like you're growing some "HUGE" tomatoes---

you think you'll need 4x4's to hold up them vines?

Rev. Paul E. Goddard said:

>>>The Kreg HD sounds great for some tomato planters I  am hoping to make..../p>

No, after about 3 years of fewer and fewer strawberries, and more weeds, I'm going to dismantle my pyramid strawberry patch made of 6 x 8 rough cut oak.  I'll cut the timbers into one foot lengths and make some planters that will sit on top of the ground... after I put down fresh landscaping cloth.  Then I'll cover the area with lots of mulch to keep weeds under control.  Might even make a few extra to hold a few pepper plants.


 Ken Darga said:

Rev.

Sounds like you're growing some "HUGE" tomatoes---

you think you'll need 4x4's to hold up them vines?

Rev. Paul E. Goddard said:

>>>The Kreg HD sounds great for some tomato planters I  am hoping to make..../p>

I'm in no way taking anything from your new HD System (jig, Screws, ect) However:

I would like to ask why your company chose a 1.25 in. fine thread screw for comparison, rather then a 2.5 in. course thread, which would be it's closest comparable screw in the standard size. If your company, wants to use a picture to compare, why not be fair?

KregRep said:

The Kreg Jig® HD draws most of it's strength from the significantly larger HD screws. Here's a quick size comparison between the new HD screws, and our standard SML- F125 screws.

maybe you misunderstand what they are saying....this is a comparison of thier smaller jig's standard screw and thier new jig size.  They are not saying their 2.5" screw is better then a 2.5" course thread.  They are stating if you liked the clamping force of our smaller jig, the new jig should be even better due to it's larger, stronger screw being used.

First look at the Kreg JIg HD from Chief's Shop: http://chiefsshop.wordpress.com/2012/05/26/chiefs-shop-quick-look-k...

Thanks for the update.

Love your products---

makes me look good.


KregRep said:

First look at the Kreg JIg HD from Chief's Shop: ....../p>

No, I didn't misunderstand. Would you use a fine thread inch and a quarter screw to hold something you would use the two and a quarter inch HD screw on? If the HD option were not available you would use a two and a half  inch course thread standard screw. Humans by nature are visual, and to compare the two screws your company has is unfair to the masses who do not read the captions. or perhaps can not read or don't understand what they read. I am not going to hijack your forum to debate this. Your company makes great products, my jig payed for it's self with the first project and have since bought the mini insert and a second jig. I just want you to understand how this is confusing and considered misleading to some. I would have expected more from Kreg.

Thanks for your time.


Rodney Wade said:

maybe you misunderstand what they are saying....this is a comparison of thier smaller jig's standard screw and thier new jig size.  They are not saying their 2.5" screw is better then a 2.5" course thread.  They are stating if you liked the clamping force of our smaller jig, the new jig should be even better due to it's larger, stronger screw being used.

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