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I received my KREG Kit in the mail this week and was all amped to put it through the paces.

 

I visited both the BLUE and ORANGE BORGS and was puzzled to find their thickest plywood at only .702 inches.  

 

Since we are supposed to use the actual material size, how can I use what is at my local Large Improvement Store?  I was hoping they would have some 3/4 (.750) inch plywood to build some of my 1st Kreg projects.

 

Since it is late and I am longwinded.  Question recap:

 

1.  What setting on my KREG kit do I use for plywood sheets at .702 thick? (Screws and Hole size)

2.  Any tricks on finding "normal" wood sizes at the local Blue and Orange BORGS?

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