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At 6:22am on November 20, 2017, Johan Le Roux said…

Hi there do you have a conversion sheet from imperial to metric i can print and one in metric only PLEASE.

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Hi i am almost 54 and love working with my hands, whether its steel or wood and have quite a bit of tool for both hobbies. 

At 7:47pm on December 28, 2016, Anthony Tosi said…

Hi KregCS, Wondering if the Kreg Jig would be able to secure 2 pine crates together that Home depot sells, the outer edges only.

At 9:06pm on July 16, 2014, Paul Mundy said…
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At 7:43pm on February 9, 2011, Thaddeus Webster said…
Thanks. That would be fine! Sorry about the late response, but for some reason I didnt get notification of your response. 3117 W. Danbury Dr. Phx, AZ 85053
At 8:39pm on November 11, 2010, Ed Morris said…
The Kreg Shows that are coming your way. Is there any reason that these shows stop at the Canadian/US boarders?
At 6:32pm on November 1, 2010, Randy Popkes said…
Yes that is what I am missing from my kit Randy
At 10:37am on November 1, 2010, Glenn Deel said…
KregCS;

Have You Ever Though About Hooking Up With David Venable On QVC To Sell Your Kreg Jigs? A lot Of People Would Buy Your Items That Do Not Know About Your Jig!! QVC Reaches Out To Millions Of People You Can't, And Don't Reach!!

Yours Truly,
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At 4:33pm on October 29, 2010, Randy Popkes said…
I have lost the brass locking bolt how can I get a new one
At 7:02pm on August 29, 2010, Thaddeus Webster said…
I wish I would have known before purchasing what I did that the Bench Klamp would not work with the Mini-Trak.I dont think I saw anything in the description stating that. I would have considered buying the larger Trak instead or another accessory in place of the Bench Klamp that would be compatible.
At 6:59pm on August 29, 2010, Thaddeus Webster said…
Oh, and yes. I was referring to the blue support/stop that came with my jig. Thanks!
At 6:40pm on August 25, 2010, Thaddeus Webster said…
Sorry about the ambiguity. The crescents that I was referring to seem to be cuts into the anodized aluminum made by the drill bit or chuck that made the fastening holes in the bottom of the Trak. I can send a pic if you need one. Thanks for your quick response!
At 3:03pm on August 25, 2010, Thaddeus Webster said…
Hello. I purchased a few accessories for my jig and one of them was the Bench Klamp system. I also picked up a 48" mini trak and some of the Klamp blocks.It does not appear that the Klamp System and the mini-trak are compatible. Is this so? Also, the mini trak was cut with small crescents on one side opposite the mounting screw holes when they were drilled. Is this a persistent issue? I also have one of the stop/supports, but it didnt come with any hardware to attach it to the trak... I appreciate any assistance/information you can provide.
At 1:44pm on August 20, 2010, KregCS said…
I would agree with Dave as far as this fence being a good option. Other than the Biesemeyer I am not real aware of other fences that will work with your Craftsman saw more accurately than the one that came with it.
At 12:26pm on August 20, 2010, Dave Semon said…
Chuck,

I had a 10" Craftsman table saw that I added a Biesemeyer fence to and it served me VERY well for years. The fence cost about $250, but improved the saw trmendously.
At 10:24am on August 20, 2010, Chuck Ward said…
Not a comment, but a question. Is there a table saw fence out there that will work on my craftsman 10" saw? Would like to hear from some of you what you would recomend. My fence is not very acurate and is a real pain to get set up. It is the fence that came with the saw that I bought about twenty years ago. Thanks Chuck Ward Laramie, WY.
At 9:20am on August 17, 2010, Mike Quattrone said…
working with #2 pine should you use course or fine threaded screws
At 8:29pm on August 6, 2010, Roberto Caballero said…
Hey guys, I dropped into Woodcraft here in Greensboro, NC yesterday and picked up the Kreg Crown Pro. Great looking jig. I was throwing around getting the CutnCrown system which has 3 spring angle jigs. There system is between $150-200. Ouch. Luckily I found out you guys made something very similar. I just wanted to give you a heads up, I am going to be doing some experimentation with the jig to mimic the benefits of the Cut n Crown system. One of the main features of theirs was that you can flip the jig and not the miter direction so you eliminate even further any air in the joints. All cuts made from the left miter position with jig to the left. Have you guys thought about this before? Thanks guys.

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