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Hello, I just purchased my Kreg Jig. Can some of you experienced users tell me how you mounted your jig? Did you mount it to a bench? Or a piece of plywood or something and then clamp that to a bench? Or is there a better way for storage, mounting and using the jig?

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Hi Steve - have you got a page number or anything? I checked my last two issues, November 2010 and Dec/Jan 2010/2011 and couldn't find anything.

steve kidd said:
check out the latest issue of WOOD, just happen to have a mount and storage box for the kreg jig
issue 203 march 2011 page 28, sorry i didnt reply till now, hope this helps. when i mount mine i think i will use a piece of plywood 10"x30" to mount jig with material supports on each side of jig. for me i dont use material stops. might use a "sink cutout" for my base. a sink cutout is where a sink is cut out of a piece of laminate, nice and smooth and flat, could double as an assembly table.

John Schaben said:
Hi Steve - have you got a page number or anything? I checked my last two issues, November 2010 and Dec/Jan 2010/2011 and couldn't find anything.

steve kidd said:
check out the latest issue of WOOD, just happen to have a mount and storage box for the kreg jig
Thanks steve I found it.
I mounted mine to the far end of my layout table that sits in the middle of my shop. Works great in that location and also allows me to attach the shop vac to it!

Hi Rex,

 

The versitility of this jig is endless. I keep mine in the box I got it in. When I need to use it I just use 2 screws and attach it to any handy useable surface. I have even had it attached to the end of a saw horse. For a surface you will use again, drill through holes and use bolts instead of screws as screw holes will probably strip out over time. 

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