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September 2009 Product Reviews (7)

Kreg Trim Carpentry

Have you ever wanted to add some simple wainscoting to your bedroom, or really enjoyed the look of an intricate fireplace mantle? How about installing some built-ins or a window seat for a child's bedroom? 25-year veteran trim carpenter and Pocket-Hole professional Gary Striegler walks you through the basic concepts and detailed intricacies of advanced Kreg Joinery in these short clips, giving you a better understanding of the wide array of capabilities your Kreg Jig actually… Continue

Added by KregRep on September 25, 2009 at 12:30pm — No Comments

New Tool SNAFU

Well, my new DadoMax jig did show up on Monday, but I'm nearly through a 2 week long preparation for my next cancer treatment and my energy is low. I did look at the stuff on Monday and thought: "Hey, there really ought to be some instructions in here..."



It was too late to call Woodline, so I had to wait till Tuesday morning. On Tuesday, I called and talked to Wayne Suttor (Now I think I'm spelling it right) and he immediately knew I was calling looking for instructions (that he… Continue

Added by Kerry Drake on September 23, 2009 at 10:48am — 1 Comment

Another New Tool

Recently I saw a video shot by Woodworker's Journal at the 2009 AWFS Fair showing Wayne Suitor (I'm probably spelling his name wrong) from Woodline USA giving a sneak peak at their new DadoMax Router Jig.



Here it is:





Well, the DadoMax was not yet… Continue

Added by Kerry Drake on September 15, 2009 at 3:39pm — 1 Comment

Un-Biased Kreg Jig Reviews

The Kreg Jig has been getting a lot of press lately as thousands of DIY'ers, handymen, woodworkers, and beginners have discovered a tool that can help them build projects, faster, easier, and with less financial/time commitment than ever before. Don't take our word for it... check out these great Kreg Jig video reviews we found on… Continue

Added by KregRep on September 14, 2009 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Drawer Front and Flat Wood

Last Thursday I cut my drawer fronts all to Length (25 3/8") and drilled pocket holes in 8 of the pieces in preparation for putting 16 of the pieces togehter in pairs to make 8 panels I could cut to size for the bottom 8 drawers (my stock is wide enough for the top drawers).



Last night (Tuesday) I went in to glue up the panels and found that over the long weekend the pieces I had cut had all cupped, so none of them were flat. Luckly, I now have a 10" Jointer / Planer and I spend the… Continue

Added by Kerry Drake on September 9, 2009 at 10:37am — No Comments

I love a new Tool (even if it's not made by Kreg).

About the only thing missing from my shop was a thickness planer and decent jointer. I saw a video review of the RIKON 12" Combo Jointer / Planer and thought it would be a great idea for my shop (and its rapidly vanishing floor space) to get a combo set-up. That way I would get rid of the old (nearly broken) 4" jointer I have and replace it with a combo.



Now the RIKON is supposed to be about $1600.00 and that was a lot of money for me drop on any tool (combination or not). I did some… Continue

Added by Kerry Drake on September 2, 2009 at 3:41pm — 2 Comments

Hope Chest

Remember a while back when I made that Treasure Box for my roommate's daughter? That was a precursor for a hope chest I wanted to build for friends of mine getting married on Labor Day weekend. Well, that day is almost here. This Friday, in fact. I'm almost done with my project, but here's how it all started.



My brother Dan used to build these things as toy boxes for our nieces when they were turning one year old. Dan used a dovetail joiner to make his sides and lid frame. While I… Continue

Added by Don Grubish on September 1, 2009 at 12:00pm — 7 Comments

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Trouble with my new plug cutter

I am having issues cutting cedar plugs, they are too loose, too short and rough. When I read the online advice and forums they suggested using a higher speed drill. I went and got a corded drill to get better speed to cut smoother plugs. I thought…Continue

Started by Gregg Stemmann in Other Kreg® Products on Saturday.

Rail Square for Kreg Track?

Does anyone know of a company making a rail square for the Kreg ACS rail?  So many companies make high quality rail squares for the other rails systems out their (Makita, Festool, Mafell, etc) but I haven't had any luck find one that is compatible…Continue

Started by Brandon B. in Beginners' Zone Nov 16.

Product Reviews

Not Pleased With Pocket Hole Construction

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…

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Posted by Robert Ringel on September 17, 2020 at 1:48pm — 2 Comments

Kreg Jig Dust Collection Attachment

1st impression when you hold this attachment in your hand:  "not much to it", Kreg sure is makin' $$ here.



Then I installed it.. perfect fit, leaves just enough room to adjust the setting screw on my K4.



Then the real test, hook…

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Posted by Grampy Meyer on February 23, 2020 at 11:36am — 1 Comment

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