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Michael Meyer
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This has nothing to do with woodworking
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I am trying to add some shelves in my grandchildren's bedroom. The wood shelving is held up by brackets which are installed into vertical racks installed in the walls. I need to purchase the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike Hensel Aug 16.

A question about a DIY rolling kitchen cart

When I turned 65 my wife and I moved to Corpus Christi and downsized from a large (4,000 sq. ft.) home to a smaller home. The home has a very small kitchen. There are about four appliances (air…Continue

Started Jul 12

I have a question - I need your input
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I have almost completed construction of the Shop Vacuum Cart (I have attached a link to the plans which are available on the Kreg website.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by brinda Ashley Feb 15, 2019.

What is it?
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I am trying to determine the name of a piece of specialty hardware. It consist of a screw at one end and a bolt at the other. You screw the hardware into a piece of wood and then you leave the bolt…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Mar 4, 2018.

 

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Mike Hensel replied to Michael Meyer's discussion 'This has nothing to do with woodworking'
"Hello Michael The the longer wall pcs. you are showing are called shelf standards. The smaller pc. is just a shelf bracket. Take your pics. with you to a Home Depot or Lowes and they should have exactly what yiu need. Mike"
Aug 16
Michael Meyer posted a discussion

This has nothing to do with woodworking

I am trying to add some shelves in my grandchildren's bedroom. The wood shelving is held up by brackets which are installed into vertical racks installed in the walls. I need to purchase the brackets, but I have no idea what you call the piece. I have attached pictures of the bracket and one of the bracket as it appears in the track…See More
Aug 16
Michael Meyer posted a discussion

A question about a DIY rolling kitchen cart

When I turned 65 my wife and I moved to Corpus Christi and downsized from a large (4,000 sq. ft.) home to a smaller home. The home has a very small kitchen. There are about four appliances (air fryer, waffle maker, crock pot, Kitchen Aid mixer) which we do not have room for in the kitchen and we have to store them in a guest bedroom closet. Since my wife is height-challenged it means they rarely get used. She would like to have a rolling cart on which to store the appliances. I would like to…See More
Jul 12

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Which Kreg products do you own?
Kreg Jig K4
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Intermediate Woodworker
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kregtool.com
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Kreg Jig Dust Collection Attachment

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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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