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- Removable drill guide for use with bench top and portable bases
- Patented 3-hole drill guide allows you to make perfectly placed pocket-holes in a wide variety of material widths and thicknesses
- 1/8-inch incremental settings for materials from 1/2-inch to 1-1/2-inch thick
- Dust collection shroud helps reduce wood chips
- Large clamping recess allows for many different styles of clamps to secure the jig to the workbench
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Kreg Jig K4 Master System
- (3) 3/8" (9mm) diameter standard Kreg pocket holes
- Materials from 1/2" to 11/2" thick (12-38mm)
- 9/16", 7/8", 17/16" 14mm, 22mm, 36mm
- Toggle clamp on benchtop base Face clamp for portable base
- Lifetime Kreg Drill Guide warranty
- Glass-filled nylon
Kreg Jig K4 Master System
The Do-It-Yourself Kreg Jig with Bonus Accessories:
- Removable Drill Guide for benchtop and portable use
- Drill Guide includes 3-hole fixed spacing
- For use with materials 1/2" to 11/2" (12-38mm) thick in 1/8" (3mm) incremental settings
- Dust-Collection Shroud collects wood chips as you work
- Material Support Stop for consistently repeating hole spacings
- Hardened-Steel Kreg Drill Guides feature a lifetime warranty
The Do-It-Yourself Kreg Jig with Bonus Accessories
The Kreg Jig K4 Master System is a great choice for any woodworking enthusiast looking for a complete set to get started building with Kreg Joinery. With its solid clamp, large clamping recess, dust collection attachment, material support stop, and removable three-hole drill guide, this jig truly has it all. The Master System includes a Kreg Jig K4, Bonus Kreg Accessories: the Kreg Face Clamp, Portable Base, and more.
The Kreg Jig K4's rear-mounted clamp design has been around since the first Kreg Jig. It's a proven design, offering incredible rigidity and uncompromising workpiece hold-strength. Adjustments are as easy as releasing the locknut, and rotating to the correct setting.
Three-Hole Drill Guide
The 3-hole Drill Guide lets you drill pocket holes in a wide variety of material widths and thicknesses—from 1/2 to 11/2 inch in 1/8 inch increments. Every Kreg Drill Guide features a hardened-steel core, which 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.
Superior Dust Collection to keep your shop/garage looking new
Top Customer Reviews
I have used this jig to build:
- a crosscut sled for my table saw (.75" birch ply)
- walnut cabinets for my master bath (.75" walnut, .75" birch ply)
- amp cabinet enclosure for a red-knob Fender twin (.75" birch ply)
- Speaker enclosure for another guitar amp (.75" birch ply)
- A bathtub surround for a whirlpool tub (1.5" 2x4's and 2x6's, some 22.5 degree angles)
This is hands-down the easiest method to join pieces I have ever used.
+ It will join pieces at a 0 degree angle and at a right angle.
+ it will join pieces at any other angle
+ works with material thicknesses up to 1.5" (2x4's etc)
+ it is SUPER EASY and intuitive to use
+ When joining the pieces, the screws pull the pieces together, so sometimes clamps and glue aren't necessary if face alignment isn't critical.
+ the screws are cheap and readily available (Amazon, HomeDepot, Lowes, Woodcraft, etc)
+ The joints are strong
- While the face-clamp is crucial for alignment, it's not always enough... the screws pull and will often pull stronger than this clamp. Therefore, I use a bar or pipe clamp across the long dimension to hold things absolutely still when driving the screws
- It becomes cumbersome to move the jig several times on long pieces. (they do sell pocket hole machines for production, but $$$)
- I only use pocket joinery on joints that either will be invisible, or I don't care if the holes are visible. I haven't had good experience with the plugs.Read more ›
First night out was slightly slow due to not knowing all the parts, and the included instructions aren't very good. It's the DVD that really helps you. After the first 30 minutes of becoming accustomed to the jig, I was quickly building the bench from the Kreg website. The pocket holes were perfect and easy. It took me longer to finish the cut list then it did to assemble! I am happy I picked up this wonderful tool at the beginning of my woodworking adventure. It has saved time and got me started.
That being said, I will still learn other joints (rite of passage?), but Kreg has made it a real possibility that my Christmas gifts will turn out well.
Mostly. Although I didn't *need* an additional step bit, I figured I could just leave one set up for the little portable jig and and other set for the face frame clamp. I am about to re-think this idea. I'm not sure what the problem is, but the bit that came with this set is horrendous. It's a good thing I've got the clamp fastened down to my workbench because I have to put so much mojo to the drilling that I about have to hang my full weight off the drill to get the job done. And this is a 1/2" hammer drill mind, not exactly lacking in power or torque. The old drill bit is just "zip, zip, it's done". The only thing I can see on close inspection of the bits and a side-by-side comparison, is that the new bit does not seem to have quite as aggressive a shoulder on the grind. Such a small thing, but apparently it makes a difference.
The case is definitely a "meh" accessory. As others have noted, just a cheap thing. I can get the same result by putting all the parts into a plastic food carrier. And I may do that just because it will be easier to store with my other small accessories.
Five stars for the wonderful clamp. Minus a star for the awful bit and dinky case, so 4 stars overall.
Update 4-22-12: There is definitely something wrong with the bit. The local homestore carries Kreg products so as I was shopping a few days ago I invested in *another* step bit - and this one drills like a hot knife through butter as it's supposed to.
It seems like there is not a weekend that goes by that doesn't involve making or fixing something that requires joining two pieces of wood together. There are many ways of doing this, but few are as elegant or effective as pocket holes.
What's a pocket hole? Well, if you look at the hidden side of most manufactured furniture or cabinetry (take a flashlight), you will probably see oval or elliptical holes. If you look down inside the hole (at an angle to the surface of the wood), you will see two things: one, the hole is actually a circle; and, two, at the end of the hole is the head of a screw. That's a pocket hole.
Pocket holes and screws (or dowels, i.e. wood pegs) and glue are a really good, strong way to join wood together. When used with glue, the screws act like little clamps, pulling the surfaces of the wood together.
What can you join? Well, pretty much any two pieces of wood, at any angle. I have used mine for face framing (that's joining two pieces of flat wood together along their thin edges, like when making a picture frame), and for joining the walls and floors of your basic wooden box. (About boxes: just about every useful wood project involves building a basic box. A drawer is just a box on sliders. A cabinet is just a box with doors and shelves. A bookshelf is a box.)
Pocket holes aren't new. Apparently, the ancient Egyptians used them. But for most DIYers, they have been out of reach because they USED TO require expensive, or hard-to-find, equipment to make.
So, some DIYers like me would try to fudge pocket holes freehand.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When I got mine, the screws for the clamp were missing. I called the Kreg Tool Company and found the customer service guy there to be very helpful. Read morePublished 4 days ago by John
Great system. easy to use and versatile. The face clamp is a great addition and really helped while aligning pieces.
Can't ask for a better system.
Bought for a gift to my husband. He uses this almost every day with the work that he does. He said he loves the product and doesn't know why he didn't have this soonerPublished 14 days ago by Dyan Haslam
Gotta love the Kreg jig. My daughter wants to begin wood working. The hardest thing to master: joinery. Not with this tool. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tom Matthews
We just built out our bathroom with custom cabinets and I can't imagine how many times we would have split the wood without this amazing tool.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer