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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 this screw to draw the two members of the joint tight.
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By Ted the builder
from Leicthfield ky
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about 8 x 1 Kreg Pocket Hole Screws, Clear Zinc Plated Steel, Washer Head, Square Drive:
use theses in making cabinets,they hold great/there is no things that is not good about this screws.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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used to make 1/2" drawer side panels
from Delmar, DE
About Me Professional
In my daily routine as a professional carpenterThey are a great product.I have no complaints
Get the right thread
By Shop Teacher
from Sugar Land, Texas
My biggest problem was I wanted fine threads and accidentally ordered coarse threads. The boxes have coarse and fine in big bold print on the boxes but the McFeely's website does not. I should have been more careful.