Whether you’re building a new deck or refinishing an old one, you want to do the job right. With the Kreg Deck Jig, and a few simple tools you already own, you can create a beautiful and functional deck surface that is completely free of exposed fasteners and painful splinters.

Whether you’re building a new deck or refinishing an old one, you want to do the job right. With the Kreg Deck Jig, and a few simple tools you already own, you can create a beautiful and functional deck surface that is completely free of exposed fasteners and painful splinters.

Tuesday Tool Tip: Choose the Correct Kreg Screw & Kreg Jig® Setting | Lately, we've had quite a few people asking how to go about choosing the right Kreg screw and Kreg Jig setting. The chart below shows which screw and setting you should choose based on your material thickness. By choosing the correct Kreg screw and Kreg Jig setting, you will drill perfect pocket holes every time, ensuring project success.

Tuesday Tool Tip: Choose the Correct Kreg Screw & Kreg Jig® Setting | Lately, we've had quite a few people asking how to go about choosing the right Kreg screw and Kreg Jig setting. The chart below shows which screw and setting you should choose based on your material thickness. By choosing the correct Kreg screw and Kreg Jig setting, you will drill perfect pocket holes every time, ensuring project success.

Kreg Jig Drill Bit Collar Position Chart Photo by RokJok | Photobucket

Kreg Jig Drill Bit Collar Position Chart Photo by RokJok | Photobucket

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Quick Tip: A Surefire Way to Check Kreg Screw Length

Quick Tip: A Surefire Way to Check Kreg Screw Length

Tuesday Tool Tip: How do I know which type of Kreg screw to use when joining 1/2"-thick material? // Yesterday we had a customer express confusion regarding our screw chart. He didn't know whether to use 3/4" or 1" Kreg screws when working with 1/2"-thick material. So, we've created a Tool Tip that explains the difference: If you're joining 1/2"-thick material to 1/2"-thick material, use a 3/4" screw. If you're joining 1/2"-thick material to material that is thicker than 1/2", use a 1"…

Tuesday Tool Tip: How do I know which type of Kreg screw to use when joining 1/2"-thick material? // Yesterday we had a customer express confusion regarding our screw chart. He didn't know whether to use 3/4" or 1" Kreg screws when working with 1/2"-thick material. So, we've created a Tool Tip that explains the difference: If you're joining 1/2"-thick material to 1/2"-thick material, use a 3/4" screw. If you're joining 1/2"-thick material to material that is thicker than 1/2", use a 1"…

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