|Item Weight||4.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.1 x 9.1 x 3.9 inches|
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|Item model number||K4|
|Style||Pocket hole system|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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- 3-hole drill guide for pocket holes
- Large clamping recess to secure your jig
- Removable drill guide guarantees you'll have the right tool
- Drill guide block doubles as a repair tool
- Requires no glue, no complicated math, and no small army of clamps
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- Toggle clamp on benchtop base
- Glass-filled nylon
- Lifetime Kreg Drill Guide warranty
Kreg Jig K4
The Easy Way to Build with Wood!
- Perfect for do-it-yourselfers and anyone new to Kreg Joinery
- Removable Drill Guide for benchtop and portable use
- For use with materials from 1/2" to 11/2" thick (12-38mm)
- Hardened-steel Kreg drill guides feature a lifetime warranty
- Removable Drill Guide is great for making home repairs
- Wood-chip relief holes keep the drill bit clear of excess wood chips
- Includes everything you need to start building
As Easy as Drill. ..Drive. ..Done!
The Easy Way to Build with Wood!
The Kreg Jig K4 is the perfect choice for do-it-yourselfers and anyone new to pocket-hole joinery. Whether you’re building your first set of garage storage shelves or making simple repairs around the house, the Kreg Jig K4 can help you finish the job in less time, and with far less effort than you ever thought possible. Its simple design gives you the confidence you need to get started, and you’ll have your project finished in no time with joints as easy as 'Drill. ..Drive. ..Done!'
3-Hole Drill Guide with Hardened-Steel Core
The 3-hole Drill Guide lets you make perfectly-placed pocket holes in a wide variety of material widths and thicknesses—from 1/2 inch to 11/2 inch in 1/8 inch increments. Every Kreg Drill Guide features a hardened-steel core that carries a lifetime guarantee. The core shrouds the bit and supports the workpiece through 100% of the drill-stroke, resulting in minimal bit deflection, reduced tear-out, and a clean, pluggable pocket hole.
The Kreg Jig K4’s rear-mounted clamp design has been around since the first Kreg Jig. Its proven design offers incredible rigidity and uncompromising workpiece holding strength. Adjustments are as easy as releasing the locknut and rotating to the correct setting.
Glass-Reinforced Nylon Body
The blue body of every Kreg Jig K4 is made from a heavy-duty, glass-reinforced nylon. This unique composite material offers the resiliency and flexibility you need, with the strength and durability Kreg customers have come to expect.
Top Customer Reviews
The dust collection was hooked up to my Fein vac that turns on when the drill is on. Not even a scrap of dust. Totally clean. See my Fein vac review.
Set-up is very easy per the nice simple little instruction pamphlet and the very professional DVD that is included.
You obviously have to use this tool correctly to get the great results. This means getting the right screws for the job. There are all sorts of different screw options from Kreg. I got the course ones for soft wood and suffered no splits or other problems. The screws seem to be of the highest quality, good for other projects as well.
I was kind of worried that I would have to come up with some kind of a jig to hold my wood at a right angle. I found this is not necessary. What you have to do is make sure the ends are exactly 90 degrees because that end will be drawn very tight to the other board. If it is off a degree, the screws will set it one degree off, if they are perfect, then it will be perfectly perpendicular. So, just take the time to make sure your crosscuts are perfectly accurate. This joinery system is very hard to fudge, it is very unforgiving of errors.
The bit has that hard feel to it, sharp and probably not meant to take much in the way of sharp impacts. I drilled down at a modest rate so as to not break anything and nothing did break. There is a collar that you adjust for the depth of wood. Unlike a set of collars I bought for general use, the Kreg one sets securely and doesn't slide on you.Read more ›
I have found that when making flat face frames the wood is drawn up at the angle of the screw, and its very difficult to end up with a flat joint. If you have one, you know what I'm talking about and they even say in the DVD you will have to likely do some "minor sanding". I did try various clamps along the joint with some improvement but no solution. Also, if you are using glue, it tends to act as a lube and lets the wood move more, but of course the joint will be stronger.
Unfortunately, on smaller jonits like face frames, you also get movement on the other axis, as the screw acts as a pivot. I had to reclamp and check to make sure my smaller face frame parts were still alighned and most of the time they were not and adjustments were needed.
On plywood the screw tends to take the easier way and if one layer is softer a it normally is, your screw and the joing will pull the wood out of alignment. On Kreg, there is nothing holding this alignment. To assist you really need to shell out the $30 for the right angle clamp, which I did, but even that is not perfect. The pad for the non-hole said hangs down below a typical 3/4" board and will hold it off the work surface. And you still can get movement, there's nothing stopping that and when you're looking for total alignment as you are in woodworking - its dissappointing.
You really have to also use biscuits and have a biscuit jointer to make acceptable panel joints in my opinion, and its even mentioned in the DVD. Biscuits will hold the panel in perfect alignment, then you screw it.Read more ›
The problem comes in when you want customer support. In our area the dealers who are listed as carrying parts such a plugs for the pocket holes, drill bits, drivers, etc. Have little or nothing from Kreg, (i.e. Lowe's).
Kreg customer support is non-existent. When we called Kreg's order department they refused to help us. Instead they insisted we buy from a local supplier or buy on-line from Amazon; they insisted Amazon's prices were cheaper than buying direct from Kreg, and that Amazon gave free shipping.
Amazon's prices were almost twice what Kreg advertised, and the shipping was free only if you order in bulk. When we explained to customer service that Kreg's advertised process and shipping were less than Amazon's, Kreg continued to argue with us and insisted we buy from Amazon.
I have to wonder why Kreg even has a contact point to order from Kreg, when Kreg won't sell anything direct. I am absolutely mind-boggled that they refuse to do business with a customer who shows up, money in hand, who wants to do business with them. The only thing I can figure is that they have some sort of arrangement with Amazon and their dealers that they won't sell by mail to anyone who lives in the same area as a dealer, or anyplace where Amazon will ship to. This only works if the dealer actually stocks a good selection of Kreg products, or you have no problem paying the premium prices Amazon charges (almost twice what Kreg advertised)and don't mind the waiting time involved with the mail.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
How did man survive without fire and the Kreg pocket hole jig? Suddenly wood joinery, and all the possibilities that implies, is within my grasp. Read morePublished 6 months ago by scott amato
It's a wonderful tool. If it weren't for this, my laundry room cabinets wouldn't have been done so smoothly. Read morePublished 6 months ago by PADMA RAMACHANDRAN
Bought an HD jig for a table in going to make, buying this system made worlds of difference and sped up the time significantly. Very worth the price.Published 6 months ago by Grant Le
This thing is simply amazing. I wish I had had one of these a long time ago. It does just exactly what it says it does, and it really makes building things a lot simpler. Read morePublished on January 7, 2012 by Jim Patchell
I am an avid woodworker and mostly make cabinets. Until recently I have used all sorts of joinery such as mortise&tenon, lap, biscuits, dowels and dovetails. Read morePublished on January 6, 2012 by R. S. Chandran
Bought this knowing that I needed something for my woodworking, and when I received it,I put it right to work. Great product that every person should have in their tool closet. Read morePublished on November 2, 2011 by Firecapt45
Well built,fast & efficient. Much more productive than the other Kreg jigs I had been using to put picture frames together for my daughter. Read morePublished on October 23, 2011 by M. Pennington