|Project by Bricofleur||posted 04-10-2010 08:25 PM||13002 views||44 times favorited||10 comments|
When I saw the new Kreg Master System pocket hole jig featuring flip stops, I came up with the idea of adding these simple flip stops to my former Kreg 2000 pocket hole jig base. They simply ride on two 1/4” aluminum T-tracks.
This improved jig is great with 2 sliding flip stops on each side. 8 small blocks, T-tracks , 1”-long 1/4-20 T-bolts and wing-nuts are required. Note that I’ve rabbeted 4 of the blocks to fit in the T-tracks so they won’t spin. I also provided additional adjustable 1/4” bolts on the closest stops to the jig so I can set any distance within the jig perimeter. I used the hinges I salvaged from old router bit set boxes.
I’m very excited about this improvement that speeds up drilling pocket holes evenly. The next step will be adding the storage compartment cFurnitureGuy shared with us lately.
For more details, check this page of my website.
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