Kreg Jig Storage

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Project by JDoerr posted 658 days ago 4459 views 38 times favorited 17 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Well, I finally got some free time and decided to make this handy kreg jig storage. I have been wanting to make something like this for quite some time. My ideas and plans for the kreg storage came from combining other lumberjockers projects into what worked best for my needs. So, thanks everyone for your posts! This was a great project at a low cost. Only things I had to purchase were the locks and hinge, $8 total. Wood was made out of all scraps. Got to lot that!! It will be really nice to have all the parts and accessories for the kreg jig all in one spot.

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#1 posted 658 days ago

cool storage idea.

-- Custom furniture

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#2 posted 658 days ago

can’t fault it, been meaning to build one for myself, thanks for the inspiration

-- No one plans to fail, they just, just fail to plan

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#3 posted 658 days ago

I built a box to hold mine,but I like yours idea better.Think I’ll build one like it. Good idea thanks for the tip.

-- Life is good.

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#4 posted 658 days ago

That is a great idea and design!

-- Mike - Northern Upper Michigan

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#5 posted 658 days ago

That is one nice design – I am sure to put that on my TO-DO list (the long TO-DO list).

-- Just learning the craft my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ practiced.

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#6 posted 658 days ago

Nice job on this. Great design.

I tend to over do everthing. For example, I would have used edge banding on the plywood. Just because it would look , well, “finished”.

Also, as much as people love using the Kreg system, I just can’t get used to opening something, and seeing those very unprofessional looking pockets. I suppose if they were plugged, I wouldn’t mind them so much, but most projects I see here have the holes exposed.

Just my opinion.


-- by Lee A. Jesberger

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#7 posted 658 days ago

Great looking storage project! “Form follows function!”

-- Chesapeake Bob, Southern Maryland

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#8 posted 658 days ago

Ha! I am glad you used the pocket screws to join this :) Nice locker for all those parts that Kreg seems to require.

-- Kay - Just a girl who loves wood.

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#9 posted 658 days ago

Mind if I ask what model that jig is?

I’ve been trying to find the version that has the clamping handle on the “operator side” of the workpiece. Kreg even shows a picture of it on their website under the “jigs” catagory, but it isn’t shown as an available item in the listings. Do they not make this model any more?

Great looking storage solution! Thanks for posting.

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#10 posted 658 days ago

The model is a K3. Not sure if it’s still availiable though.

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#11 posted 658 days ago

Edtheengineer, not sure of the exact model name because I saw it marketed as a K3 and a K4 but I know that it is no longer available from Kreg. I talked to a Kreg rep at a woodworking show earlier this year and he said they don’t make them any more because they cost too much to make and they couldn’t sell them for even $10 more than the back mounted lever type. I have the front mounted lever type and have used the back type and the one with the lever in front is far easier to use.

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#12 posted 658 days ago

Great Job! I will probably be stealing your idea.

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#13 posted 658 days ago

I like the handles on the side…just put it on a shelf when done…I have mine on a bench and can not use that area for other tasks…
? what are the plywwod scraps on the top for?

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#14 posted 657 days ago

Very nice work!

-- Steve - "Never Give Up"

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#15 posted 657 days ago

ducky, straps on top are supports

-- Life is good.

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