|Project by Medickep||posted 09-29-2014 04:15 PM||2664 views||1 time favorited||10 comments|
Well I couldn’t wait any longer and decided to pull the trigger on the Kreg DB210 pocket hole machine. I never had any of their pocket hole jigs, except for the mini, which is very versatile but would hurt my elbows after excessive use, most likely from improper force being applied!
I planned on setting in on my portable sanding table, which also acts as an additional out feed table for the TS and will soon be a clamping table, but the tool is a little wider than I thought it would be.
I decided to cut out the center portion of an old work bench I had and make the top of the pocket hole machine flush with the table so I still have plenty of working space. I finished it off with a sheet of disposable melamine, which can be switch out as needed!
I also ran a 2.5” shop vac hose to the front of the tool for easy hook up. It seems to collect dust very well considering the hose in the tool is only 1.5” or so. This is why I decided not to worry about a 4” line to it!
Thanks for looking!!