Learn how to make pocket holes in angled boards using a Kreg Jig. Get all the details using pocket holes in miter and bevel joints.
Set the jig height and the drill bit collar based on material thickness, clamp the material, make the pocket hole. Easy peasy!
Basic Kreg jig set up
– Mitered cuts – Compound cuts
Pocket holes & angles
1. Set the jig height and the drill bit collar to the thickness of the wood. 2. Place the board on the jig, with the mitered end against the base.
Pocket holes in mitered joints
Before drilling the hole, be sure to check on the back of the jig to make sure that the hole in the jig isn’t exposed.
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