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Kreg Crosscut Station w/ Guide Rails

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Focus Camera has Select Kreg Woodworking Accessory Kits on sale below for prices starting from $49.99. Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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  • Kreg Crosscut Station with Guide Rails $49.99
    • Includes:
      • Kreg Crosscut Station with Guide Rails
      • Built-In Material Hold-Down Clamps
      • Adjustable Fence
  • Kreg Pocket-Hole Jig 720PRO with SK03 Pocket-Hole Screw Project Kit $162.99
    • Includes:
      • Kreg Pocket-Hole Jig 720PRO
        • Docking Station
        • Material Support Wings
        • Repeatable Stop
        • Pocket-Hole Jig Clamp
        • Easy-Set Drill Bit (6-Inch) and Driver Bits (3-Inch and 6-Inch)
        • Material Thickness Gauge
        • Dust Collection Attachment
      • Kreg Pocket-Hole Screw Project Kit in Five Sizes
        • 150x SPS-F1 (1-Inch) screws
        • 150x SPS-C1 (1-Inch) screws
        • 150x SML-F125 (1 1/4-Inch) screws
        • 150x SML-C125 (1 1/4-Inch) screws
        • 75x SML-C250B (2 1/2-Inch) screws
No Longer Available:
  • Kreg K5 Pocket-Hole Jig with Pocket-Hole Screw Project Kit in 5 Sizes $114.99
    • Includes:
      • Kreg K5 Pocket-Hole Jig
        • Kreg Jig K5 base with ratcheting front-side clamp
        • Extension wings
        • Swiveling dust-collection port
        • 6-inch (152mm) driver bit
      • Kreg Pocket-Hole Screw Project Kit in Five Sizes
        • 150x SPS-F1 (1-Inch) screws
        • 150x SPS-C1 (1-Inch) screws
        • 150x SML-F125 (1 1/4-Inch) screws
        • 150x SML-C125 (1 1/4-Inch) screws
        • 75x SML-C250B (2 1/2-Inch) screw

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These days, you can spend $50 just in the wood to build a sled though. This one is a circular saw sled which seems a bit dumb to me.

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Good price on the K5. Much bigger fan of the K4 and K5 than the new models but maybe that's because I'm a creature if habit.
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And I always thought you had to make a cross-cut station from scratch. I'd buy this at the full price $60.
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And I always thought you had to make a cross-cut station from scratch. I'd buy this at the full price $60.
I feel like if you're a hobbyist woodworker working with a table saw, it's kind of a right of passage to make a crosscut sled. If you're a contractor or shop you probably are going for fast and now, which this fits the bill for. People do I guess prioritize their time differently and may want to just get out in the shop making things instead of shop tools. Smilie
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I feel like if you're a hobbyist woodworker working with a table saw, it's kind of a right of passage to make a crosscut sled. If you're a contractor or shop you probably are going for fast and now, which this fits the bill for. People do I guess prioritize their time differently and may want to just get out in the shop making things instead of shop tools. Smilie
These days, you can spend $50 just in the wood to build a sled though. This one is a circular saw sled which seems a bit dumb to me.
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I have a speed square, so why do I need a circular saw crosscut jig?

I'm tempted by the k5. Thanks Op!
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Can someone tell me what these do? I'm trying to get into woodworking and don't know if these are things that wood be great to have later down the line or are niche in wouldworking. Thanks.
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Can someone tell me what these do? I'm trying to get into woodworking and don't know if these are things that wood be great to have later down the line or are niche in wouldworking. Thanks.
Crosscut jig is for making clean and fast 90 and 45 cuts across boards with a push saw. Pockethole jig makes pocket holes with a drill to for shelves and cabinets.

The type of woodworking you do influences tools you may need. Hand tool and purists do not like them. These are good for beginners and people who want to make things fast. But if you want things to last decades or longer traditional joinery or dominos are the way to go
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These days, you can spend $50 just in the wood to build a sled though. This one is a circular saw sled which seems a bit dumb to me.
If you do enough projects and save scraps, there is likely enough in the bin to make one for free
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If you do enough projects and save scraps, there is likely enough in the bin to make one for free
I made my own using some scraps but I'm thinking of picking up the crosscut here anyway because I felt like redoing mine to add some clamp channels but this is making me feel lazy since they are already built in and clamps included. Mine isn't bad, it's square and gets the job done. I used a parts of a bedframe I found on the street lol. BUT had to cut a small piece once and couldnt hold it down tight enough and it wobbled and kicked back. Didn't think I needed the clamps until that moment haha.
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I made my own using some scraps but I'm thinking of picking up the crosscut here anyway because I felt like redoing mine to add some clamp channels but this is making me feel lazy since they are already built in and clamps included. Mine isn't bad, it's square and gets the job done. I used a parts of a bedframe I found on the street lol. BUT had to cut a small piece once and couldnt hold it down tight enough and it wobbled and kicked back. Didn't think I needed the clamps until that moment haha.
Have you tried toggle clamps? I have seen people attach them to a piece of scrap and screw it to the sled. The purposes are for small and thin pieces or repeatability

POWERTEC 20327 Quick Release Horizontal Toggle Clamp w Rubber Pressure Tip - Hold Down Hand Tool 300 lb Holding Capacity, 201B -4PK https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B079T...SWM2TMX8TC
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These days, you can spend $50 just in the wood to build a sled though. This one is a circular saw sled which seems a bit dumb to me.
Why dumb?

If you need to cut miters for picture frames this is a great alternative to a miter saw.
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The Kreg 720PRO (without the screw kit ) is $125 at Woot. https://tools.woot.com/offers/kre...cnt_wp_0_6

According to Amazon, I bought the SK03 screw kit for $21 a year ago.
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I bought this Chinese product https://youtu.be/eAvdnT-f2rE
it is aluminum and only cost 60. Also the parts are replaceable.
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