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1) Submitted by Sam Broyles, from Paducah, KY on 9/25/2013
This has to be the best router table out there, it was easy to set up, and works perfect, the fence is second to none.
2) Submitted by Bill Nelson, from Kelso, WA on 7/20/2013
It is very easy to set up, learn, and use. My two teenage grandchildren did the whole 12' x 24' deck. We timed them at 3 minutes per 12' cedar board. The deck looks wonderful with no surface holes. It's really a great product, and is well worth …
3) Submitted by James, from Dallas, TX on 3/4/2013
I am a beginner wood worker and have used this to help me build a work bench, and a night stand. It worked flawlessly.
4) Submitted by Tim, from Kent, WA on 5/28/2012
Bought for my Hitachi CF10 table saw . Once set up with the easy to understand instructions, this miter gauge is dead on accurate. Previously I always struggled with making perfectly sized mitered corners at my miter saw with a laser guide - my …
5) Submitted by A Martinez, from Rapid City, SD on 12/2/2011
If I had a shop full of every tool you can think of this would be in my top 2 of favorites. It works great, wish I didn't wait so long to get it, also wish I had the money for the master system. I was worried that this was going to be some cheap …
6) Submitted by A, from Marietta, GA on 11/20/2011
I actually borrowed this tool from a friend of mine. We used it to drill countless pocket holes in pressure treated lumber that we used for the top and bottom support rails for his decking spindles. I borrowed it from my friend only to find the …
7) Submitted by Angelo C, from Greensburg, PA on 8/6/2011
I am a beginner woodworking in every sense of the word, bought the kreg jig and it is real easy to use. The special screws make woodworking very easy.
Kreg Tool Company got its start in 1986, when Craig Sommerfeld decided to use his skills as a tool and die maker to solve a common woodworking problem: how to join wood quickly, durably and beautifully. Not wanting to create unsightly holes by nailing through the face frames of his kitchen cabinets, he devised what would later come to be called “Craig’s Jig,” an ingenious metal guide, which allowed him to angle screws into hidden “pockets” for incredibly strong joinery with no exposed fasteners.
After obtaining a following at trade shows and the overwhelming approval of woodworkers the world over, Kreg Tool Company emerged as the industry leader in pocket hole technology. Pocket holes provided an easy solution to an everyday problem for woodworkers, and it did so with ease, strength and beauty.
The simplicity of pocket hole joinery is part of the secret to its success. A screw is angled through a pilot hole in one piece and bites into the adjoining piece, pulling the two pieces firmly together so the glue can dry. The system eliminates clamps, since the screws act as permanent clamps themselves. It also eliminates dowels, since the screws have far greater mechanical strength than dowels. It is incredibly fast, requires no pilot hole in the second piece, nor any need to fuss with alignment, and the resulting joint is all but seamless.
For woodworkers wanting to benefit from the speed and accuracy of pocket hole joinery without a large initial investment, Kreg offers theMini Kreg Jig and the Kreg R3 Pocket Hole System. For production shops and home woodworkers with an eye toward even greater efficiency, the semi-automatic Foreman machine and fully-automatic Pro Series machines automate the process to make drilling thousands of pocket holes a painless process.
Building on the success of their pocket hole jigs, Kreg added a variety of precision measuring systems to their product line, including a Precision Miter Gauge, Precision Band Saw Fence, and Precision Trak and Stop Kit, all of which enhance the accuracy and consistency of the tools they are paired with. Check out the newest premium accessory upgrades from Kreg to bring ease and efficiency to all of your woodworking machines.