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I'm new to owning a Kreg Jig Master System. In fact, I'm still waiting for it to be delivered to me on Monday, 4/6. In the past, I've built kitchen cabinets, wall cabinets and other things by using a finishing nail gun and glue to hold stuff together.

So, my question is what to do with the various pieces of oak plywood I have left over that's in various lengths and widths? I'm not very imaginative, I will admit that. I have pieces up to 4' long and 6" wide. I have some pieces that may be 17" x 20" and just a variety of everything.

I'm looking for ideas on furniture, cabinets, or just small items that I may be able to make and sell at a craft fair.

Any ideas?

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Hi Chris - Well, since the thread is a year and a half old, my guess is he has learned to live with it.

Chris Klein said:

Jerry you nailed the face frame to the box, that is what the pocket jig is for. I can see your nailhead fills.

Jerry Alfaro said:
Ralph, I was given some 3/4" oak vineared plywood and some old table leafs that I am currently making a storage cabinet for our cabins storage closet. I'm not finished yet but it's turning out pretty good. The only $$ I have into it so far is a box of Kreg 1-1/4" fine screws and my time. Here are some pictures I took today.

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jerry-

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