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Pocket Hole Joinery: What You Need to
Pocket hole joinery is popular because it is a fast, strong, easily adaptable, precise method of assembly. Joints are as strong as mortise & tenon joints and can be made in a fraction of the time. Award-Winning Kreg Jigs use a 3/8” counterbore bit with an 11/64” pilot to drill a 15° angle into the first piece.With the joint tightly clamped, a special self-drilling pocket hole screw is placed in the pocket and driven tight to complete the joint.
Pocket Hole screws feature an auger point to prevent raising a chip between the two parts during assembly, ensuring a tight joint. A large pan head with a #2 Square Recess and extended unthreaded shank enable a pocket hole screw to draw the two members of the joint tight.
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Kreg pocket hole screws
By Dirty Mitch
from Livonia, NY.
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Comments about 7 x 1-1/4 Kreg Pocket Hole Screws, Clear Zinc Plated Steel, Washer Head, Square Drive:
Assembly of face frames on cabinetry. Assembly of doors. assembly of framing for cabinet making. Just about anything when it comes to wood joinery.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Lewisburg, TN.
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Being retired, I watch the dollars. I used to build cabinets professionally and now woodwork in my own shop every day. These screws are a good screw I can use for every project I work on. Hard or soft wood. I just set the clutch setting softer on the softer wood. I will be purchasing more in the future..........
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from Norfolk, NE
Used for furniture making, all joints are hidden using pocket hole screws.
from North Little Rock
The Kreg Pocket hole system is great.
you can never have enough
from Granger Ind.
I build furniture and use pocket holes. you have to have the right screw length and thread type for the type of wood you are useing.