Kreg Jig® Wall Cabinet – Part 1

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    • avatar Perry Townsend 2

      I do not know why people have to criticize what you have done. I appreciate the fact that you take the time to be precise in the measurements. It makes it much easier for me to follow and build something that will look like what you made. Thank You.

      • avatar Dian Hall 1

        What is the name of the special clamp thanks.

        • avatar mobayguy 0

          Great video – Thanks

          • avatar guitarslinger319 0

            Where did you get the supports?

            • avatar jayfbee 2

              great video. well done.

              • avatar ForvoQuizlet 1

                Thank you for this video. Checking out the Kreg website for updated plans.

                • avatar Becky's Videos 1

                  I was really hoping to see these made with the Kreg DIY Kit. Are there any cabinet or shelf making videos by Kreg using the Kit?

                  • avatar tegan71969 2

                    No splitter on the tablesaw? Isn't that somewhat dangerous?

                    • avatar papaike2 1

                      Rockler has a shelve hole spacer jig that works very nice. Good video tho.

                      • avatar Wolfgang Heid 0

                        The measurements for the side cabinet stretch rails are incorrect.  They should be a 3 1/2 inches.

                        I have completed a number of projects with my Kreg Jig and whenever I start a new project, I spend a few minutes incorporating its use into the project.  Great tool and once you get the hang of it, it is very easy to use.

                        • avatar HOUSEofACEZ 1
                          • avatar News & Fun 1

                            It doesn't really matter if you've practiced woodworking for many years or if you're still a rookie, you can always have use for some easy woodworking plans. It will be much easier for you to finish your projects if you follow simple woodworking plans and I probably don't have to mention that it's important to check the accuracy of the plan before you start working. 

                            It's all up to you where you would like to pick your woodworking plans. You can find hundreds of them on the internet, but not all of them are accurate. So you have to be smart when selecting.

                            Woodworking doesn't have to be your profession, you can have it as a hobby as well. If you practice much you will be able to build almost all the furniture that is needed in a home and that can help you and your family to save a lot of money since you won't have to buy all the expensive pieces of furniture in a store.

                            Overall, thanks for your sharing!

                            • avatar Daniel Zswaves 1

                              that was great, loved the simplicity the proper tools makes this project…..!

                              • avatar Peter Mitchell 1

                                can you tell me were i can get one of them  kreg pocket hole jigs from in the UK please? i like that one better then the new K 5 jigs i can not fined that one any were on the net for sale i love that one 
                                Thank You 

                                • avatar pofsa 1

                                  The video is wonderful, as are the plans it links to, but they are not the same product. Is there a cut list for the three cabinet with faceplate, etc that is actually constructed in this video? Thanks!

                                  • avatar Dan Holt 1

                                    Have you ever heard of a stop collar for your drill bit?  Masking tape, really?

                                    • avatar Dan Holt 1

                                      You don't need to go through all that monkey business with the marking gauge.  The pockets don't need to be that accurate.  Just put one near each end and a couple in the middle and you'll save a bunch of time.

                                      • avatar Chris Felter 2