|Item Weight||4.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.1 x 9.9 x 2.1 inches|
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|Item model number||SK03|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Kreg SK03 Pocket-Hole Screw Kit in 5 Sizes
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- Contains 675 of 5 most used screws
- Includes self-tapping screw sizes for pocket-screw joinery
- All Kreg screws feature a deep No. 2 square drive
- Includes a durable easy-to-carry case
- Includes a a needlepoint self-tapping tip
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Why Kreg Screws Offer Superior Results
Square-drive prevents bit slipping while driving
When you’re building a project, there are few things more aggravating than having your driver bit slip, spin, and strip out the screw head. All too often, that leaves you with a screw you can’t drive the rest of the way in or back out, so you’re stuck. Kreg Screws have a square-drive head that works with a #2 square drive bit to drive screws without the driver slipping. That means you can drive every screw completely, quickly, and with confidence.
Flat-bottom head seats firmly in pocket hole
Ordinary woodworking screws and drywall screws have a head with a conical shape on the underside. The head on a Kreg Screw is perfectly flat on the bottom. That flat shape mates perfectly with the flat pocket in a Kreg pocket hole. So, when you drive a Kreg Screw into the pocket hole, it the force is applied straight toward the screw tip, presses evenly on the pocket, and holds the joint tightly together, without deforming the pocket, which could split the wood.
Smooth shank draws the joint together
The threads on a Kreg Screw stop partway up the screw shank, which leaves a smooth area below the screw head. It’s there for good reason. When you drive the screw in, the threaded portion grabs into the workpiece you’re attaching to, pulling the screw in. The other piece glides freely over the unthreaded part of the screw, allowing that piece to pull tightly against the mating piece — without interference from unnecessary threads.
Self-tapping tip drills its own hole without splitting
When you assemble a joint with Kreg Screws, the pocket hole is all you have to drill. There’s no need for a pilot hole in the mating piece. That’s because Kreg Screws have a self-tapping tip that 'drills' its own hole, so the screw drives in quickly and easily without splitting the wood, like ordinary screws often do. This makes assembly much easier, too, since you don’t have to worry about whether your pilot hole will line up correctly.
Designed For Pocket-Hole Systems, Kreg Pocket-Hole Screws Increase The Strength Of A Pocket-Hole Joint. Cut-Thread Pattern Prevents Splitting. Coarse Thread Is For Any Combination Of Softwoods, Plywood, And Composites, And Fine Is For Hardwoods. Assortment Includes 150 Each Of #6 X 1" Fine, #7 X 1" Coarse, #7 X 1-1/4" Fine, And #8 X 1-1/4" Coarse. It Also Includes 75 Of The Blue-Kote Weather-Resistant #8 X 2-1/2" Coarse Screws.
From the Manufacturer
This kit contains five of our most popular self-tapping screw sizes for Pocket-Screw Joinery, in a durable easy-to-carry case. All Kreg screws feature a deep #2 square drive, a needle-point self tapping tip, and a case hardened design built for strength.
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I also watched several YouTube videos by Ana-White. She is a great inspiration to fellow do-it-yourselfers and offers a plethora of free ideas and patterns for woodworking ideas. Ana is also a spokeswoman for Kreg tools, so you see her demonstrations on using the tools.
The "Fine" Kreg screws are for hardwoods as they reduce the chance of splitting. Use "Fine" screws in woods such as ash, oak, maple, birch, ash, walnut, cherry, hickory, or mahogany. The "Coarse" Kreg screws are for softwoods and composite materials such as MDF and plywood. Use "Coarse" screws in woods such as pine, cedar, poplar, plywood, basswood, melamine, or particle board.
Material Thickness; Screw Length; Kreg Jig Setting
1/2" (12 mm); 1" (25 mm); 1/2" Marking
5/8" (16 mm); 1" (25 mm); 5/8" Marking
3/4" (19 mm); 1-1/4" (32 mm); 3/4" Marking
1-1/2" (38 mm); 2-1/2" (64 mm); 1-1/2" Marking
The Kreg pocket screw jig entirely changed the way I join wood. I no longer use a dado set or a router, I simply set up the jig, drill the pocket holes, and join the wood with the proper Kreg pocket screw. I own the old Kreg K3MS K3 Master Pocket Hole Jig System. The new model is the: Kreg K4MS Jig Master System. If you don't want to spend that much money, try either the Kreg Jig K4 Pocket Hole System or the Kreg R3 Jr. Pocket Hole Jig System. The Jig Master is best if you wish to make a large number of consistent pocket screw holes (for example, if you are building book shelves or kitchen cabinets).
To drive these screws, you will need a power drill equipped with a "square drive" bit. A bit may come with your kit. If not (or if you want a spare) you can order the bit here: Kreg DDS 3-Inch No.2 Square Driver Bit and 6-Inch No.2 Square Driver Bit for Kreg Pocket Hole Systems. To drill out the pocket-screw holes, you will need the Kreg pocket-screw drill bit. A drill bit should come with the Kreg kit. If not (or if you want a spare), you can order one here: Kreg KJD Replacement Twist Step Drill Bit for Kreg Manual-Pocket Hole Systems.
I recommend using Kreg-brand pocket screws. Considering the expense of wood and value of your free time, it does not make much sense to save just a few pennies by purchasing cheaper, generic screws.
Please note: For outdoor projects, you need Kreg "Blue Kote" screws.
Update (02/26/14): This was a great little kit when I first started using the Kreg system. Since I typically work only with three-quarter inch hard woods, I now buy (500 count) boxes of 1-1/4 inch fine screws Kreg SML-F125-500 1-1/4-Inch #7 Fine Pocket Hole Screws with Washer-Head, 500-Pack. However, it is good to have a collection of course screws, as well as shorter and longer screws (for that occasional odd job).
The box is well made and latches closed securely.