I recently posted a video on YouTube about a jig I made for, and using, the Kreg Jig Junior. Somebody from here stumbled on it, and invited me to come share and learn from you folks. So I figured, why not. I'm by no means a master carpenter or woodworker, but I learn fast and can engineer a lot of things by taking a few ideas and combining them. I've always been good at figuring stuff out.
I build Cornhole boards as a side business. Part of the "trick" to building a perfect cornhole board is to offer a variety of designs, and to be able to make everything smooth and ready for paint, stain, or whatever the customer desires. When using a nail gun or screws, there are always going to be little dots left after filling and sanding, so about 2 years ago, I started researching ways around that. I stumbled onto the Kreg Jig. What an amazing little tool! Now I can produce Cornhole boards that look like a piece of furniture, and are as solid as a rock. Here's a few pictures, and a video of a jig I made for using the basic Kreg Jig Junior, but making it more efficient. Hope you guys like it.