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Pocket holes and pocket screws are great for joining work pieces, but sometimes
standard pocket holes are simply too big (on thin stock, picture frames, small drawer
boxes, etc.). When that’s the case this miniature drill guide is ideal. It has a 25%
smaller hole diameter and includes a Micro Pocket™ Drill Guide, Drill Bit and Depth
Collar, as well as a Starter Screw Set. Replacement accessories sold separately.
- Fully compatible with the Kreg Jig® and Kreg Jig® Master System.
- Reduced width lets you drill two holes across extremely narrow stock, down to 1''
wide, creating a much stronger joint in narrow pieces.
- Screw heads seat well below material surface in thin stock,perfect for creating
fully pluggable pocket holes in 1/2'' thick material like drawer boxes.
- Includes the Micro Pocket® Drill Guide, Micro Pocket® Drill Bit, Micro Pocket®
Depth Collar and Starter Screw Set.
What's in the Box?
- Micro Pocket® Drill Guide
- Micro Pocket® Drill Bit
- Micro Pocket® Depth Collar
- Starter Screw Set
Customer Reviews and Photos for:
Kreg Micro Pocket Drill Guide
(7 customer reviews)
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1) Submitted by
Grant , from Waverly, IOWA
The Micro Pocket Drill Guide is another GREAT product from Kreg. They do an awesome job and I'm very glad Rockler carries their products. I can order online and have the products delivered the next day. This saves me a forty mile trip to the nearest store that carries Kreg products. Keep up the good work at Rockler!!!
2) Submitted by
Carl Walker, from Las Vegas, NV
I used this product to make drawers for a TV storage unit I was building. It worked fantastic for the 1/2" drawer stock that I used. It takes a few more minutes to put a set of drawers together but they are much more durable, and I know that they won't pull apart later. This is a great addition for my Kreg pocket hole jig.
Thanks for the speedy delivery. They came the morning I was starting to build the drawers.
3) Submitted by
Jim, from Lacey, WA
I ordered the Micro Jig because I frequently use stock that is less than ¾" thick using my K3. I have always worked to make adjustments to include cutting the tips off screws so they would not protrude through the finished side of a piece. Even then there would be an occasional screw tip poking its tip out. The Micro Jig has been a real plus to my K3 jig and it works great. However, I recommend buying a box of ¾" screws when you buy the Micro Jig because it comes with only 10 screws in that length.
4) Submitted by
Russell Brodfuhrer, from Little Silver, NJ
Didn't get a chance to use it before returning it. The guide is not compatible with older Kreg systems, like my K2000. This is for use with the K3 and K4 systems only. This is clearly indicated on the product packaging.
5) Submitted by
Chuck, from Eatonville, WA
I've used my K3 jig for years and just love it for easy and strong joints. But could never get it to do joints for drawers easily. So, when I saw this product I bought one. What a big disappointment! I tried it on 2 different thickness of wood, true 2" pine & 12mm birch pine with no luck getting strong joints. I tried Kreg's instructions for 1" screws and for 3/4" screws with no luck on either. The joint was weak and tips of screws stuck out. Also, couldn't use any of my pocket hole clamps, Rocklers or Kregs, because of the smaller diameter hole. I'll go back to box and/or dovetail joints for drawers.
6) Submitted by
Gary Bryce, from Sydney, NSW
Firstly, the KregMicro Pocket Drill Guide does all that is advertised. That said, there are limitations involved - primarily with the use of the Panhead screws which do have a grated tendancy to pull through or split the thinner stock if you are not very careful. As others have mentioned the inability to use the Right Angle clamp is also a problem for those of us who find the clamp useful maybe a new clamp for the Micro Guide.
Definitely worth the money if you are into Poket hole joinery.
7) Submitted by
Joe Roth, from Wooster, OH
Have made drawers with fingerjoints and dovetails, but always resisted pocket holes, felt that might be cheap, or flimsy. I reserved them for faceframes. No longer. That was the fastest set of drawers I ever made & as solid as any other method. Since I used thinner stock I was pleased to see that the micro drill guide is as awesome as the the full size and drops right into all of my K3 gear. I will continue to try new ways to use all of the Kreg gear. The only hassle was not being able to use my Kreg right angle clamps since they are of course made for larger diameter holes.
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