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Forum topic by Robert Smith posted 01-01-2014 11:00 PM 4453 views 0 times favorited 3 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Robert Smith

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01-01-2014 11:00 PM

I just got finished building these stackable plyo boxes. I used the pocket jig and but joints. It just took forever to assemble and no mater what I did it was hard to line up the joints. What can I do to get more accurate corners to minimize my sanding and routing.

-- Robert

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#1 posted 01-01-2014 11:18 PM

Hey Columbus, did you use the Kreg Right Angle Clamp. I have found that these are indespensible when using pocket screw construction. If I need to insure decent alignment I also spend the time to make a 90 degree jig to clamp against.

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Robert Smith

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#2 posted 01-01-2014 11:30 PM

No I just pinned pinned a piece of wood to keep it straight. What’s a 90 degree jig?

-- Robert

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#3 posted 01-01-2014 11:35 PM

A jig used to clamp the pieces during assembly @ 90°. The kreg screws can make the pieces creep, if not properly secured. Cutting all like pieces at the same time w/same table saw/fence/stop settings will help to yield identical parts. Plus make sure your table saw is tuned up and dialed in, in terms of blade at 90° and fence parallel to the blade. Before attaching back, make sure you are square, and clamped if need be.

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