|Forum topic by TTF||posted 01-26-2016 04:10 AM||693 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
01-26-2016 04:10 AM
I designed and built this pocket hole fixture last evening, and it works great – that doesn’t normally happen on the first try. It uses a cheap pocket hole guide, a 12” squeeze clamp, and some scrap wood.
Put the wood in, squeeze the clamp, drill, and release the clamp. I plan on clamping stop-blocks to the fence for face frame parts.
I’m not a big fan of pocket screws for furniture projects, but I do like them for cabinets and built-ins.
The build details are on my blog: TF Workshop - Pocket Hole Fixture
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