|Kreg Jig work station.|
This particular work station is quite advanced but also a very good design. If I were working out of my shop on jobs sites I would certainly make a version like this to take with me to work.
The fellows in the video make reference to the Kreg Jig being screwed to a piece of plywood.
My original Kreg jig hangs on the wall ever ready to deal with 3/4 inch wood and my Kreg K3 Master System is on a board under my work bench ready to handle any thickness of material from 1/2 to 1 1/2 inch. I have not up dated to the latest version of the Kreg Pocket hole jig, yet. I always felt that the really big break through for the jig was that addition of the vacuum hose connection. Being able to clear the wood shavings while drilling made for a faster, cooler and much cleaner working situation. If you doubt the advantage of dust collection, drill a dozen pocket holes and see how mush saw dust is all over the place.
While I am on a Kreg Pocket Hole theme here is a How To video for making picture frames with pocket hole joints.
|Making a Picture Frame|
Cheers, Ian W