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If you're like me, it seems like we purchase a new woodworking tool or accessory just about every week.  Post photos (and a description) of your last (or somewhat recent) purchase here so we can see what all the community members are buying and maybe we can get ideas of items to add to our own shopping list!

(please also post a link to where the product can be purchased if possible... so spending money is only a click away for the rest of us.)  ;)

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This is one of the items that I purchased yesterday at the Woodworking Show here in KC.  It is ideal for joining different thicknesses of material at a 90...Can't wait to put it to good use:-)
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Steve Gronsky said:

My latest woodworking (tool) purchase is the Kreg Klamp Table.  Monday I plan to begin assembly of my latest project. 

By the way ........ Thanks Kreg for the excellent instructions for assembling this table top.

 



Richard Mantell said: The Kreg clamping jig looks great....,...it has got to make the system even easier with even tighter joints...... I think I need this clamping system. I've found all of the Kreg "tools" well made, well engineered and well thought out


Steve Gronsky said:

My latest woodworking (tool) purchase is the Kreg Klamp Table.  Monday I plan to begin assembly of my latest project. 

By the way ........ Thanks Kreg for the excellent instructions for assembling this table top.

 

Richard (and others),


The Klamp Table is GREAT for tight joints and making assembly easier.  Just be aware, that on mine you see 3 Klamps.  Only the 2 on the left side of the photo (3" reach) came with the table.  I purchased the 3rd one (for 6" reach) as an extra.

 

Richard Mantell said:



Richard Mantell said: The Kreg clamping jig looks great....,...it has got to make the system even easier with even tighter joints...... I think I need this clamping system. I've found all of the Kreg "tools" well made, well engineered and well thought out


Steve Gronsky said:

My latest woodworking (tool) purchase is the Kreg Klamp Table.  Monday I plan to begin assembly of my latest project. 

By the way ........ Thanks Kreg for the excellent instructions for assembling this table top.

 

Nice tool, i am going to the show here in Houston in a few weeks,  how much was it?

TOMBOY said:
This is one of the items that I purchased yesterday at the Woodworking Show here in KC.  It is ideal for joining different thicknesses of material at a 90...Can't wait to put it to good use:-)

adding these to my dust collector has made woodworking evan more enjoyable

Ray is there a spaghetti factory there on floor
No Jens thats's my pet dust python all coiled up and waiting for something to attack.

Jens Jensen said:
Ray is there a spaghetti factory there on floor

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