PORTER-CABLE 560 ReviewMounted on your workbench or clamped onto your tabletop, the PORTER-CABLE 560 QUIKJIG Pocket-Hole Joinery System can drill 1-1 ½ inch pocket holes in wood. The depth and thickness gauge gives the best drilling angle, along with various length suggestions. A fully-automatic pocket hole jig, the PORTER-CABLE 560 QUIKJIG has a repeatable clamp system that allows you to work on various pieces simultaneously. It is ideal for a wide range of heavy-duty woodworking applications. Providing automatic depth control, the pocket hole jig easily adjusts to the thickness of your chosen material. It supports longer workpieces up to a thickness of 1½ inches.
Massca Aluminum Pocket Hole Jig ReviewPlastic parts don’t always hold up to the rigors of DIY work, which is why this aluminum pocket hole jig from Massca is such an attractive option. This set does what every quality pocket hole jig should do and more. Its durable all-metal construction means this jig will be making pocket holes for a long time. You may have felt clumsy and even dusty when you applied competitors’ jigs to wood. You won’t have that issue with this set. A pull on the clamp’s handle quickly locks the piece into the jig, and a rubber bumper protects the wood. You can adjust the depth setting with the simple turn of a knob. A dust spout connector keeps your workspace clean as you drill. This pocket jig also includes a set of accessories, including a hex key, stop collar, drill bit, and a starter set of screws.
Kreg R3 Jr ReviewJunior is the correct term here. This KREG R3 Jr pocket hole jig is small in size, features, and price. The size, of course, makes it quite portable. You can take it to the material instead of the other way around. It’s also easy to use, simple enough for beginners to use correctly their first time out. You won’t have any headaches with this jig.
Kreg Pocket Hole Jig ReviewThe Kreg Jig is a great addition to any woodworking shop, no matter what your skill level. The jig enables you to quickly and securely join two pieces of wood together with pocket holes. If you’re planning to build wood furniture in the future, the Jig is an asbolute must. The Kreg Jig K4 itself is small but mighty. The simplicity of its design belies its usefulness – the device that can easily fit on the corner of a workbench really allows a world of new projects, repairs, and improvements. The jig accommodates materials from 0.5” to 1.5” thick. Once clamped to a benchtop using the clamping recess, simply set the sliding drill guide to the correct material thickness using the adjustment markings on the side of the drill guide and secure the drill guide with the brass drill guide pin.
Wolfcraft 4643404 ReviewThis Wolfcraft Undercover Jig is a compact pocket-hole jig that you’ll surely find useful whether you’re a regular DIYer or a professional carpenter or builder. Keep in mind that you don’t just get the jig itself when you buy this unit. You’ll also get an assortment of screws, several attachments, and wood screw-hole covers. The body of the jig is made from durable Nylon 6.6, while the two guide holes are lined with hardened steel. The measurement guide is 4″ long, while the thickness setting is adjustable from 1/2″ to 1 1/2″. The thickness can be easily adjusted by the button on top.