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#1 posted 06-13-2012 01:34 AM

I’d make sure that you have the collet (think that’s the right word) on the actual drill bit set to the correct ‘depth’ for the thickness of the wood you’re using and that your screws are of the correct length for that thickness. I haven’t worked with hickory so I can’t be more help than that but I’ve used Kreg screws in walnut, red oak, pine and maple without problems.

-- Ben from IL


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