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Very useful info for all to pursue.  The info contained herein will answer most questions that one may have in using pocket-hole joinery.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6-cTMmEsa8&list=PL3C733419237A...

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Thanks for posting this video link, Ken.  This is indeed a very helpful resource, especially for those who are just getting started building with pocket-hole joinery.
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Also, a great resource as a refresher.

I'd be advantageous for one to peruse it two or three times, and then make some practice joints, using various work-pieces thicknesses and combinations of same; i.e., thicker to thinner and thin to thicker pieces.

Make practice pieces using plywood---it reacts a little different than solid wood, especially when the screw enters into the laminations, where splitting/separation can occur. 


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Thanks for posting this video link, Ken.  This is indeed a very helpful resource, especially for those who are just getting started building with pocket-hole joinery.
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