Micro-Pocket™ Drill Guide
- 25% smaller pocket-hole diameter
- Great for smaller projects, thinner stock, and repair applications
- Compatible with the Kreg Pocket-Hole Jig K3, K4, K4MS, K5 and K5MS
- Features black color to differentiate from standard Kreg Drill Guide
- Works with 1/2" (12mm) stock and narrow stock, down to 1" (25mm) wide
- Works with Kreg Pan-Head Pocket-Hole Screws (SPS)
Create More Compact Pocket Holes in the Same Kreg Joinery Applications
With a 25% smaller hole diameter, the Micro-Pocket™ Drill Guide lets you create compact, low-profile pocket holes in the same Kreg Joinery applications where you'd use standard Kreg pocket holes, and in a variety of other applications, too. You also have the ability to tackle smaller projects, thinner stock, and tighter repairs where standard pocket holes simply can’t go.
Choose Your Jig
Compatible with the Kreg Pocket-Hole Jig K3, K4, K4MS, K5 and K5MS. Features black color to differentiate from the standard Kreg Drill Guide.
A 25% smaller pocket hole works great in virtually every application where you’d use standard Kreg pocket holes. And because it removes less material, drill strokes are faster and easier.
Perfect for 1/2" Stock
Screw heads seat well below material surface in thin stock, making the Micro-Pocket™ Drill Guide perfect for creating fully-pluggable pocket holes in 1/2" (12mm) thick material like drawer boxes.
Perfect for Narrow Stock
Reduced width lets you drill two holes in extremely narrow stock, down to 1" wide, creating a much stronger joint in narrow pieces.
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|construction||Plastic polymer, hardedned steel|
|adjustability||9/16", 7/8", 1 7/16" hole spacing|
|capacity||Materials from 1/2"- to 1 1/2"-thick|
|warranty||Lifetime drill-guide warranty|
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Would love to see a micro-micro-pocket drill and block. :)
The Micro Bit is 19/64" in diameter.
The Micro Bit has a model number of KJD/MICROBIT.
By the way my mother used to work at Boruns in Ames, back when they were in Campustown and after they moved out to by the airport.