|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.2 x 9.2 x 3.5 inches|
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|Item model number||MKJKIT|
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Kreg MKJKIT Mini Kreg Jig Kit
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- Makes pocket hole joinery work easier
- No-fence design makes for easy positioning
- One-hole jig is great for furniture repairs or flooring work
- Includes 3/8-inch step drill bit, depth collar, and Allen wrench
- Handy for repair applications and space constricted areas
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Kreg Jig Mini, Kreg drill bit, stop collar, Allen wrench, and owner's manual.
- Works with Kreg Face Clamps and a variety of other clamps
- For use with materials from 1/2" to 1 1/2" thick
Kreg Jig Mini
The Kreg Jig Mini is good for very specific applications where the smallest jig possible is required.
- Unlimited material thickness and width positioning
- Lifetime Kreg Drill Guide warranty
- Wood-chip relief hole for easy drilling
- Guide to help fully seat plugs
- Glass-reinforced nylon body
Features at a Glance
Unlimited Material Thickness
The Kreg Jig Mini is the only Kreg Jig that does not include a positioning fence. This fenceless design allows you to make precise angle and stock depth adjustments as needed, making the Mini the most positionable Kreg Jig available.
Wood-Chip Relief Hole
With the Kreg Jig Mini, you don’t have to keep removing the drill bit to clean out the hole. A wood-chip relief hole in the jig gives the removed material a place to go, so you can keep on drilling.
If you decide to conceal or decoratively accent your pocket holes with our solid wood pocket hole plugs, the Mini’s plug setting feature is the fastest, easiest, and safest way to do so.
Hardened-Steel Drill Guides
Precise pocket holes are a guarantee with the Kreg Jig Mini because the hardened-steel drill guide keeps the bit from deflecting as it hits the workpiece.
The Kreg Mini Jig is designed without an alignment fence which allows it to be clamped to virtually any angle or orientation to the edge of a workpiece. Simply clamp the guide in place and use the included step drill bit and stop collar to produce perfect pocket holes. Kit includes Mini Jig, HSS 3/8" diameter step drill, stop collar, and hex key. It is the pocket-hole solution for cabinetmaking.
The Kreg Mini Kreg Jig Kit makes it easier to do pocket hole joinery with its no-fence design that allows for easy positioning in practically any location. This one-hole jig is especially useful for repair work on furniture or flooring. It comes with a 3/8-inch step drill bit, depth collar, and Allen wrench to set drilling depth, and a set of detailed instructions.See all Product description
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UPDATE: My replacement from Kreg arrived overnight since i live about an hour from headquarters(how lucky!) and they sent not one but two replacements just in case! I was on the phone with them for barely 5 minutes and they had it shipped out same day without making me fill out a bunch of stuff and asking a bunch of questions(just my address). I thought I would have to put my project on hold a few days but i'm already back to work! Highly recommend this company :)
Once I applied my own drill bit stop, the tool worked as advertised. It makes fantastic pocket holes, though I would caution you about clamping it down...it takes a VERY tight clamp to keep the tool from walking when you initially start drilling.
Follow-up Edit: I contacted the company regarding the poorly machined piece and they replaced it free of charge. A+ on the service, and I now have no complaints.
I consider this jig a necessity for my woodworking as I have a limited space and limited tools.
I also suggest buying the Kreg screws because they pull the boards flush whereas some screws you have lying around won't match inside the drill hole as well and won't pull the boards together as well.
Read the directions, this will make really nice pockets in different material thicknesses but you need to clamp it down very specific distances from the edge of your work. Make a spacer from a piece of scrap wood, it takes about minute and really helps with consistent, accurate holes.
I recommend getting the Kreg screws to make it work as designed. They need to be self tapping wood screws, different lengths for different wood thickness, course threads for soft woods, fine thread for hard woods, and the head has to fit in the predrilled hole.
You will need a long, number 2 square head driver bit. A 3 1/2 inch Dewalt one from the local store worked, but a longer one would be a bit more safety margin against marring the surface of the wood.
The plugs to fill these oblong holes can be handy if they will be visible.
Use a screw clamp to hold the jig down while you drill. A spring clamp isn't strong enough.
Keep the directions with the kit because they give all the positioning measurements for various wood thickness.
You don't need those more expensive elder models, this little guy does exactly same job, and does it perfectly!
All you have to get is a clamp. It isn't included, so, I got a cheap plastic clamp from a local hardware store, and it works great!
You can't use this thingy w/o a clamp, it slides away when the bit starts drilling the wood.
Just make sure you read the instructions (keep the instruction, don't throw it away!)
The join it makes is VERY clean and sturdy.
Kreg screws work like a charm, but ordinary screws of same size work good as well!
Simple advice: draw a line across the board where you'll be putting this jig, to make perfectly level line of holes, as if you used a more expensive multi-holed versions.
If you use this kit as the only tool to make pocket holes, you will lost time setting up each time. I think this is useful as a secondary tool to use in special works.