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Kreg Hardware Installation Kit with Jigs & Two 3" Face Clamps

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Item Details:
  • Concealed Hinge Jig accurately positions hinges
  • Cabinet Hardware Jig helps hole placement for knobs and pulls
  • Pocket-Hole Jig 310 creates pocket-hole joints
  • Face Clamps clamps materials up to 2 3/4" thick
In the box:
  • 1x Concealed Hinge Jig
  • 1x Kreg Cabinet Hardware Jig
  • 1x Kreg Pocket-Hole Jig 310
  • 2x Classic 3" Face Clamps

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$60 + free s/h w/ code KREG20

Item details:
  • Concealed Hinge Jig accurately positions hinges
  • Cabinet Hardware Jig helps hole placement for knobs and pulls
  • Pocket-Hole Jig 310 creates pocket-hole joints
  • Face Clamps clamps materials up to 2 3/4" thick
In the box:
  • 1x Concealed Hinge Jig
  • 1x Kreg Cabinet Hardware Jig
  • 1x Kreg Pocket-Hole Jig 310
  • 2x Classic 3" Face Clamps
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Something is "worth" what people will pay. And if people will pay $60 it's likely because they get $60 in value from it. I have stuff that probably only cost $1 to make but I'm more than happy to spend $100 because it provides me way more than that in value.

If you don't think this is worth $60, then don't buy it. But that doesn't mean the company is greedy.

And FWIW, I personally don't think this is worth $60 either. But I also don't install cabinets for a living, so I'm not going to judge the people that do.
Disclaimer:
I am not a wood worker and have no ambitions to become one, I am an ex-mechanic working in IT. I'd rather play with servers and raspberry pies.
I have the Slickdeal Rigid job-site table-saw for my cabinet building and often don't wear my readers when making measurements.


I have all the parts in this kit except the pocket hole jig (because I'm scared Mathias Wandel will get me) , bought separately several years ago.
I used them for building and installing 20 3/4 inch melamine cabinets in the garage.
they worked flawlessly for that.

Sold the house and bought one with old hinges and no drawer pulls on a single cabinet.
Had to replace the bit in the concealed hinge jig but have been slowly painting and converting all the cabinets over to soft close hinges and adding door handles and drawer pulls.

These have been incredible in allowing me to get things done easily, accurately and consistently.
Hinges go on easily and work great.
Handles all end up aligned and straight, even centered in the front of the drawer!
I recommend a second clamping plier.
I also highly recommend using a story pole for the cabinets(see above remark about measuring).

I'm voting thumbs up because i believe it is a good deal for tools that help those like me that are not wood workers..


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In the box:

1x Concealed Hinge Jig
1x Kreg Cabinet Hardware Jig
1x Kreg Pocket-Hole Jig 310
2x Classic 3" Face Clamps

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This is a good deal, and $5 cheaper than Woodcraft

https://www.woodcraft.com/product...clamp-kreg
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This is a good deal, and $5 cheaper than Woodcraft

https://www.woodcraft.com/product...clamp-kreg

I get $12 s/h also, so it's actually $17 cheaper Big Grin
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I have the Creality 3D printer from the Micro Center deal. Has anyone found good ready-to-print woodworking jigs?

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I get $12 s/h also, so it's actually $17 cheaper https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...es/biggrin.gif
There is always a free shipping code for Woodcraft, I think this month is SAWDUST but I'm not at home to check my emails

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I have the Creality 3D printer from the Micro Center deal. Has anyone found good ready-to-print woodworking jigs?

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Is that a good 3D printer? I don't own one and am curious about getting one.
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I have the Creality 3D printer from the Micro Center deal. Has anyone found good ready-to-print woodworking jigs?

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I printed a drawer pull and knob centering jig. It looks like it does the same thing as the drawer pull jig in this bundle. The 3d printed one worked pretty well for me.

I have seen STLs for a drawer slide alignment jig but never used it. The kreg slide jig isn't in the bundle above.

The bundle above is like the worst kreg pocket hole jig they make. You won't find a decent pocket hole jig STL either, it should have metal bushings inside for longevity. So regardless you need a better one than the one in this bundle. I have an older model with two holes and I've done lots of things with it.

This bundle is pretty weird. You are really buying a few jigs and clamps with Kregs name. I keep eyeballing the clamps but I've made due with a 6" Irwin clamp just fine this far. So it's hard to justify buying more kreg pieces.
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It's amazing how this company can sell $10 worth of stuff for this much for so many years…. Greedy
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I used the cabinet hardware jig to do the hardware on the drawers of some cabinets I installed last year. The results were great, but keep in mind you still need to find and mark the center of the drawer. I did that using another jig I made using two pieces of wood.

I've used regular bar clamps for years on my Kreg pocket hole jig, but the Kreg clamps are much easier to use, especially when you need to drill a lot of holes in the same thickness material.
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Is that a good 3D printer? I don't own one and am curious about getting one.
this is 1 of the best printer money can buy at $100 at microcenter. the community support is huge! the other is Prusa but their printers are 5x the price.
i have one and yes, i 3d printed jig to help me install those 4 inches handles onto cabinets for easy centering and guide
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Is that a good 3D printer? I don't own one and am curious about getting one.
I picked up the Creality Ender3 S1 about a month ago and it's terrific! Had it up and printing in 20 mins. It's my first 3D printer so I can't compare it to anything else but I can say that for <$300, it's totally worth it!
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It's amazing how this company can sell $10 worth of stuff for this much for so many years…. Greedy
I agree... but watch out, Kreg users are crazy. They'll try to eat your soul when you tell them about the low quality plastic, and poor manufacturing. They think US made items are better than they actually are.

Looking for the opposite end of the bat 💩 crazy scale, see Woodpeckers.

People love their YouTubers , and YouTubers love that $$$ and free stuff.

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It's amazing how this company can sell $10 worth of stuff for this much for so many years…. Greedy
Something is "worth" what people will pay. And if people will pay $60 it's likely because they get $60 in value from it. I have stuff that probably only cost $1 to make but I'm more than happy to spend $100 because it provides me way more than that in value.

If you don't think this is worth $60, then don't buy it. But that doesn't mean the company is greedy.

And FWIW, I personally don't think this is worth $60 either. But I also don't install cabinets for a living, so I'm not going to judge the people that do.
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Something is "worth" what people will pay. And if people will pay $60 it's likely because they get $60 in value from it. I have stuff that probably only cost $1 to make but I'm more than happy to spend $100 because it provides me way more than that in value.

If you don't think this is worth $60, then don't buy it. But that doesn't mean the company is greedy.

And FWIW, I personally don't think this is worth $60 either. But I also don't install cabinets for a living, so I'm not going to judge the people that do.
Exactly. And when you make a mistake drilling even one hole in the wrong spot, you'll find the cost way below the value it would have provided. This is effectively a "drawer hole insurance policy".
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