New Pocket-Hole Joinery System From Porter-Cable

New Pocket-Hole Joinery System From Porter-Cable Hot

Chris   September 08, 2010  
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I don't use pocket-hole jigs very often, but even a light users can appreciate what these tools have to offer. Heavy duty users should be excited to learn that the new QuikJig from PC has a ton of new features that turn an already great tool, into a much more versatile tool.

What sets the QuikJig apart is its ability to to auto-adjust depending on the thickness of the material you are using. This feature takes all of the calculations and/or guess work out of changing the tool to accommodate different material thicknesses. This auto adjust feature also calculates the the correct length of screw needed depending on the material thickness. Also you have the added plus of not having to worry about changing the tool back and forth. The QuikJig was built to be a heavy duty tool for heavy users. As such, Porter-Cable has equipped the QuikJig with some features you would appreciate while working in a shop, such as a rear-dust collection port, easy mounting holes, adjustable hole spacing, and even on-board storage. See the Woodcraft video after the Read More for an up close look and demonstration.

The Quick Jig is out now and can be found at specialty woodworking and tool stores at a suggested price of $230. Like I said, this tool is for the hardcore pocket screw users.


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