Kreg Owners' Community

On February 10, 2010, we announced the all-new Kreg Multi-Mark™ through the Kreg Jig Owners' Community.  Community members were the very first customers to hear about the new tool, outside the walls of Kreg.  On March 1st, the Multi-Mark started to become available at many dealers across the country.  

"The all-new Kreg Multi-Mark™ is a very simple tool which simplifies some very frustrating problems. At it's core, the Multi-Mark™ is a
multi-purpose marking and measuring tool, perfect for a wide variety of
household and jobsite applications. It features three different scale
configurations, each of which provide you with a variety of project solutions
that will undoubtedly reduce the number of tools you need on hand.

Layout Mitered Corners, Set 3/16" Reveals, Transfer Measurements, Align / Square Your Projects, Set Bit / Blade Heights, Layout Wall Studs, Use as a Basic Rule, Marking for Layout, Use as a Simple Level"

This thread is a place where members can post their thoughts/comments/questions/reviews regarding the Multi-Mark, as well as posting photos, reviews, applications of their own Multi-Mark.  Looking forward to hearing your thoughts!

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Review of the Multi-Mark by Matt at MBW

Sounds like a handy tool. Any plans for a metric model?


I bought one in the UK and was a bit annoyed when I saw it was imperial. Then | turned the rule over and its marked out in metric too. Yippee. Its a great bit of kit very handy, had a day doing little jobs for a conference centre today, few shelves, ceiling tiles etc (not my usual stuff but pays the bills and the multi-mark was very useful.
Theo Bekkers said:
Sounds like a handy tool. Any plans for a metric model?

I watched the Multi Mark video on youtube yesterday, then yesterday evening installed some casing molding. It went up perfectly and easily using my Multi- Mark to set the reveals, and to help lay out the miters.
Good to know, Chuck! Glad it worked for your application. Thanks for pointing out that the video is now up on YouTube as well!

Kreg rep, any idea where I can find one in Canada? Lee Valley doesn't seem to carry this product.
Ordering online through someone like Amazon might be your best bet...

Mike McGuire said:
Kreg rep, any idea where I can find one in Canada? Lee Valley doesn't seem to carry this product.
I bought one after I looked in my Lowes Website. The website for my lowes said have to be ordered or might be in stock. I checked my lowes store. It was there and I bought a featherboard too in the Kreg tool section. Call your neighborhood Lowes store to see if they have it in stock.
Got mine at Lowe's for reduced $ as package was opened. When are you going to make a right-handed one?
I too bought mine at Lowes just because I like gadgets and really didn't think I would use it all that much....
I was wrong it is so handy I use it all the time on my router and some sawing until I got the saw guide I said I like gadgets.

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