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Do-It-All Pocket Hole Jig - Woodworking Tools - American Woodworker

A pocket-hole joint is strongest when the screw comes out in the center of a board. As the board gets thicker, the pocket must be drilled deeper and shifted farther from the end to keep the screw centered.

Clamping and Gluing Tips and Tricks - Construction Pro Tips

Looking for some ways to get the most out of your workshop? Look no further than this collection of tips and tricks from professionals.

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[Video] Speed Square Basics, An Extremely Useful Carpenter’s Tool! - Page 2 of 3 - Brilliant DIY

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AW Extra 7/5/12 - Tips for Building Cabinets with Pocket-Hole Joinery - Woodworking Techniques - American Woodworker

AW Extra - Tips for Building Cabinets with Pocket-Hole Joinery - Woodworking Techniques - American Woodworker

How to Fill Pocket Holes Using a Dowel Rod | The Design Confidential

An easy and extremely inexpensive way to fill the holes is to use a dowel rod and a Japanese flush cut saw.

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Building Cabinets With Pocket Screws

Pocket screws let you assemble perfect, indestructible cabinet joints without expensive woodworking tools or complicated jigs—a huge leap forward for beginning woodworkers.

Improve your wood shop or workshop - 571 free project plans for workbenches, storage units, tool cabinets and more.

Improve your wood shop, workshop or studio - free project plans for workbenches, storage units, tool cabinets and more.

Kreg Tool Tip: Drill your cleanest pocket holes by following these great tips.

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Stick sandpaper to cutoff pieces of PVC pipe with spray adhesive. 1/2-in. i.d. = 7/8-in. o.d. 3/4-in. i.d. = 1-in. o.d. 1-in. i.d. = 1-1/4-in. o.d. 1-1/4-in. i.d. = 1-5/8-in. o.d. 1-1/2-in. i.d. = 1-7/8-in. o.d. Spray paper & pipe with a generous layer of adhesive. Let dry several minutes before joining them. Use two grits on each pipe—80for sculpting a precise radius, and 100-120-for finish sanding. When the sandpaper's worn out, pull it off, spray fresh adhesive on a new strip & go

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PVC Sanding Files - Stick sandpaper to cutoff pieces of PVC water pipe with spray-on adhesive and you'll be able to sand concave curves to perfection. PVC pipe is labeled by inside diameter

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