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I'm looking to identify fellow Kreg users in Ireland who might be interested in getting together to share skills and plans.

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Comment by Seán Corrigan on February 1, 2010 at 2:46pm
Sorry for the delay in replying. Very busy at present making and installing raised garden beds which I make with my Kreg jig. I purchased a very good book in the States by Danny Proulx - "The pocket hole drilling project book". It's probably available on Amazon. The ISBN is 13:978-1-55870-687-3. I also have one Kreg DVD, however, it was very disappointing - very amatuerish in its delivery. I find the short clips on the Kreg site to be more useful. Have you started working on any projects?
Comment by Tim T on January 25, 2010 at 1:02pm
Got the jig from Frank Clarks-bought a right angle clamp there today as well as a jig saw so things are coming together a bit-think stuff is much cheaper in the states-must write out a list for when my friend goes!! did you buy any of the kreg books or dvds?
Comment by Seán Corrigan on January 23, 2010 at 4:48am
I have been working exclusively in softwood and MDF so far as they suit my current needs. I purchase both from Brooks who have store in Balbriggan. They see to charge up to 50% less on some timber items when compared to the large hardware stores. Did you get you Jig in McQuillans in Cork? I use their Capel Street store in Dublin and find them very helpful. I purchased some extra Kreg tools - clamps etc. from Rockler ( (hardware heaven) when I was over in the States last year. I reckon that when my woodworking skills match my quality tools I finally have arrived.
Comment by Tim T on January 22, 2010 at 9:00am
wow great to be able to have a business out of it-im mostly hoping to be able to get good enough to fit cabinets in my house (when I build it!!), other pieces of furniture and that-where do you buy your hardwood and how expensive is it? only been working with 2x4s, 5x1s and mdf.
Comment by Seán Corrigan on January 20, 2010 at 2:11pm
Hi Tim,
Tim, good to hear from you.If you are ever up my way, Balbriggan, North Co Dublin, give me shout and I will show you my set up. I bought my jig two years ago when setting up my workshop and have made great use of it. I made all my work benches with the jig and have now moved on to making raised garden beds for personal use and for sale. I bought a Festool router, mitre saw, jig saw and dust extraction unit. They are well worth the investment.
Comment by Tim T on January 19, 2010 at 8:43pm
hi sean another kreg user from cork-just bought my kreg so dont have much skills to share yet but still enthusiastic!! new to woodworking but hoping to get a few nice projects done soon-think the next step is gonna be buy a router and jig saw while I make a few presses for my new workshop

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