Cabinet, Drawer & Shelf Jigs

Shelf Pin Jig 1/4"

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Concealed Hinge Jig

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Drawer Slide Jig

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Cabinet Hardware Jig

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Want to Learn How to Install Cabinets Yourself?
Installing cabinets may seem intimidating, and you might think you need to hire a professional. But if you've ever wondered how to install cabinets yourself, we have good news. With the right tools, it can be a fun and simple process!

What Tools Help When Installing Cabinet and Drawers?
We have an entire line of products dedicated to every aspect of cabinet and drawer installation. From our Cabinet Installation System for one-person cabinet hanging, to drawer, door, and hardware jigs, we have a tool for every task.

Take the Guesswork Out of Installing Cabinet Hardware
Whether you're installing one new knob or dozens of drawer pulls, our Cabinet Hardware Jig takes the guesswork out of the process, ensuring accuracy and consistency every time. Check out our guide on cabinet knob placement and cabinet pull placement.

What is a Cabinet Hardware Jig?
The Cabinet Hardware Jig features movable, hardened-steel drill guides that lock in place to align with common hole-spacing measurements for cabinet knobs and small pulls up to 5" from center hole to center hole. The guides make it simple to drill straight, accurately positioned holes. The jig works with almost any style of knob or pull, too, making it exceptionally versatile.

The No-Hassle Way to Install Cabinet Drawers
The Drawer Slide Jig simplifies installing drawer slides, ensuring drawers that fit perfectly and slide smoothly. The Drawer slide Jig works with slides of all kinds - ball-bearing, epoxy-coated, and undermount - and can be used in face-frame and frameless cabinets.

How to Install Cabinet Drawers
This easy-to-use jig has two brackets that hold slides in position as you drill mounting holes in the cabinet. Built-in tabs make the brackets easy to align on cabinets with face frames, or with your designated marks on frameless cabinets. Of course, mounting slides inside the cabinet is only half the battle. That's why the Drawer Slide Jig brackets are reversable, as well, to support drawer boxes while mounting slides to the drawer, making the process even easier.

Need to Replace Cabinet Doors?
One of the biggest challenges when hanging cabinet doors is holding the doors in place while you work. You just never seems to have enough hands. you can make it easier with our Cabinet Door Mounting Jig. It has an arm that supports the door, so you can hold it with one hand, leaving your other hand free to drill pilot holes and drive screws.

How to Install Cabinet Door Hinges
The Concealed Hinge Jig takes the guesswork out of installing cabinet doors with concealed hinges, and easy-to-use Cabinet Door Mounting Jig makes holding the doors in place easier while you drill screw mounting holes and drive in the screws. See how to get professional results in our video tutorial.

Where Should Hinges Be Placed On a Cabinet Door?
It's a good rule of thumb to install hinges so they are 2" from the top and bottom of the door they are being attached to.

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