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One double-check method to verify the drill bit collar setting, is to place the bit into the jig and a nickel (5¢) underneath the tip of the bit. Lock in the…"
Scott, I went to the shop and prepared a sample of what I am saying about plywood jointing hardwood in a 45 degree miter. In this situation I cut the 45 degree miter on the solid stock and pocket screwed it to the plywood. I photograped and it is shown without any finish on it. There is no wood filler and if you look you will see that you can match the wood grain and color with a little work. All I did here was go through some scraps I had, therefore if you pick the lumber and the sheet goods you can make a joint that is almost non visible even without a finish. The solid stock in the one with the large black knot. It is alder and the other is a piece of birch plywood.
Recently purchased two 96" tall pantry cabinets that are 23" deep that only came with two adjustable shelves and two fixed, (one at about 55" and one at the very bottom). Shelf holes in the walls are drilled 2" O.C. Like most store-bought…Continue
Several months ago, I purchased the Kreg K4MS so that I could build the Lego Table as outlined on the companion "buildsomething" web site which exclusively uses pocket hole construction. I have considerable experience with conventional…