If you're like most woodworkers, you look longingly at the through-dovetail jigs in woodworking catalogs, but blanch at the price tag - usually upwards of $300. This low-cost, high quality through-dovetail jig can be clamped securely to just about any work surface and has built-in height adjustability to accept boards of any length.
There are a host of factory-made table saw attachments that serve many of the same functions as this jig, but they often cost well over $100, and we haven't found any single jig that so well combines the three primary functions of miters, cutoff work and tapering. If you have a suitable piece of plywood available for the base, plus a few scraps for the remaining parts, about the only expense you'll have for this jig is a few dollars for the hardware: the assemble screws, bolts and hinge.
Our Super Box Joint Jig combines versatility with accuracy and ease of use. Using a system of either single or multiple brass keys, the jig will cut box joints in 1/16 in. increments from 1/8 in. all the way up to 1-5/16 in. - a range that encompasses nearly every possible use. Whether you're familiar with box joints and have always wished for a do-it-all jig, or if you've never cut a box joint before but would like to, this jig is for you. Accuracy and versatility in one compact package.
The first criterion for this project was "They have to surpass the kind you can buy ready-made at the home-supply center." To do that, we specified better stock, requested a cleaner, trimmer look, designed a more positive means of opening the louvers than the center-mounted, staple-connected adjusting rod, and demanded construction procedures that didn't require unusual tools or complex jigs and fixtures. We improve on the basic stapled design and simplify the building process.
With a doweling jig, handheld drill outfitted with a brad point bit and some dowel points, you can build sophisticated projects in no time. It's inexpensive, strong and fast. What more do you want in a joinery system?
Built with both professionals and hobbyists in mind, the all-new DB210 Foreman Pocket Hole Machine is packed with features that will have you building with twice the speed and half the effort of a standard pocket-hole jig. It offers all of the same features and capabilities of our professional-grade machines in a machine that's versatile, portable, and extremely affordable. Simply clamp your workpiece and pull the handle to start the powerful 110-volt motor and raise the drill bit through the table in one easy motion. This drills a precisely-placed pocket hole at the perfect depth in materials from 1/2'' to 1-1/2" thick. The Foreman DB210 features a tool-free adjustable fence that positions your workpiece for precise pocket depth, plus a pair of adjustable, spring-loaded stops for repeatable accuracy. Clear markings in the table make it easy to position the fence for your material thickness. Includes a standard 3/8'' Kreg stepped drill bit. Single-step operation starts motor, clamps workpiece, and drills pocket holesCreates all Kreg pocket-joint sizes: Standard, Micro, and HDLightweight, durable construction allows hassle-free transport-perfect for use in your shop or on-the-goLarge table with ample workspaceBuilt-in storage tray provides the perfect place to store extra bits and accessoriesDust collection attachment helps keep your work area cleanPowerful 110-V, 5.0-AMP, 2,800 RPM motor provides fast drillingQuick-change chuck provides fast, tool-free bit changesAlso compatible with the Kreg Micro-Pocket Bit to create more compact pocket holes in thinner stock, and the Kreg HD (Heavy-Duty) Bit for creating strong joints in 1-1/2'' and thicker stock