To generate the best joint possible, you’ll have to place your jig to fit the size of the workpiece. To have the proper Pocket-Hole depth, you’ll need to change the positioning of the collar on the drill bit. Position your bit in the Depth Setting Gauge on the Kreg Jig fits your workpiece depth. Move the Depth Collar towards jig base and lock it in position using the provided Allen Wrench.
To guarantee the exit-point of your screw is in the center on the workpiece, (for the best joint achievable) you’ll have to change placement of your Pocket-Hole by lowering or raising the Drill Guide’s level to fit your workpiece size. Relax the Drill Guide Pin, raise the Drill Guide till the proper indicate is showing just over the Kreg jig system, and re-tighten the pin.
To get a firm grip on the workpiece, you might want to change the positioning of the clamp pad. For this, put out the lock-nut, spin the clamp pad in or out, and try out the hold by depressing the toggle. Does this procedure until you have a safe grip on the workpiece. Then, re-tighten the lock-nut.
Combined with the Kreg Jig Configurations, another essential element of getting the best achievable Kreg Joint should be to place your Pocket-Holes evenly across the workpiece. Your Kreg Jigwhich allows you to accomplish this in many workpiece sizes without having to reposition the workpiece after every hole is drilled.
You are able to place your Kreg Jig to any dimension panel. A great dimension that is suggested is 12” X 24”. This dimension it gives you a great sized clamping area but doesn’t use up a a lot of space.
While using Kreg Jig Master System, you are going to get these extra components: Premium Face clamp, Portable base, Material Support Stop and the Dust Collection Attachment. These things have to be bought as additional components while using Kreg Jig.