Kreg Pocket Hole Jig

Kreg Pocket Hole Jig You might be asking yourself, “What is a Pocket hole and when would I ever use one?”  Well, the straight forward answer is to join two pieces of wood together.  Now there are others ways to join two pieces of wood together such as a biscuit joint or dowelling.  As you know with biscuit joints, you need to apply glue and dowelling isn’t always possible depending upon the application. A pocket hole has numerous advantages: Doesn’t require glue Amazingly fast to assemble joints No complicated math required (like M&T) Very strong connection Great for hard to reach areas such as  a drawer Can be retro-fitted to existing joints — so they can be used to repair existing furniture or drawers. Affordable – All you need to get started is a Drill, a Jig and a Saw Many professional shops use pocket holes as just one of their joints, choosing from an array of joining methods depending on their application. For example, where pocket holes are superb for joining face frames and building cabinets, many professionals prefer to use biscuits to end-join boards for making a table top. But homeowners tend to have time and money to learn only a single joining method.  And, many homeowners lack the tools and extensive training required for more sophisticated joints like a mortise and tenon. So for homeowners, pocket holes are...

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