Kreg® Pocket-Hole Jig 320
- Portable jig for creating pocket-hole joints
- Works with materials from 1⁄2" to 1 1⁄2" thick
- Simple to set up and easy to use with material-thickness stops for common DIY materials: 1/2", 3/4", 1 1/2"
- Durable construction to last for years, with lifetime drill-guide warranty
- Versatile design for building indoor and outdoor projects, and for making household repairs
- Convenient variable pocket-hole spacing with twist-apart drill guides and removable spacers
- Secure positioning with anti-slip base and included clamp adapter
- Foolproof setup with a material-thickness gauge, positive stops, and easy-set drill built and stop collar
The complete pocket-hole kit for building DIY wood projects
The Kreg® Pocket-Hole Jig 320 makes it easier than ever to build wood projects — whether you’re building your first DIY project, or you’ve been working with wood for years. The Pocket-Hole Jig 320 works with materials of any thickness between 1/2" and 1 1/2". It features two drill guides, a removable spacer, and stops for 1/2"- , 3/4"-, and 1 1/2"-thick material that give the versatility you need to build with boards and plywood.
The included material thickness gauge and easy-set drill bit make setup simple, while the convenient clamp adapter and anti-slip base hold the jig precisely in position while you drill perfectly positioned pocket holes every time. The jig and its included components store in a durable, compact case that even has space to store Kreg Pocket-Hole Screws — with 40 sample screws included. Durable construction and hardened-steel guides with a lifetime warranty ensure that the Kreg Pocket-Hole Jig 320 will deliver the years of project-building and home-repair satisfaction and value you expect from the #1 pocket-hole brand — Kreg.
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|construction||Durable plastic polymer, hardened steel|
|adjustability||Adjustable material-thickness stops at 1/2", 3/4", 1 1/2"|
|capacity||Materials from 1/2"- to 1 1/2"-thick|
|warranty||Lifetime drill-guide warranty|
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Cannot believe how great it works
Still waiting for the Kreg Adaptive cutting system to be restocked. Then my tiny little shop will be complete!
My last project was making a 'wood cart' for leftover lumber pieces. Now I'm organized!
So there are a few different options you can do. First is to take and drill your pocket hole as normal then take a 1/8" long bit and drill that pilot hole into the second piece at that exact angle. Then seat the 2-1/2" screw into the pocket hole. Only bad thing about that is if that pilot angle is off you run the risk of stressing the wood with the potential of cracking.
The second thing you could do is to set your Jig and stop collar at the 3/4" settings then drive a 1-1/2" fine threaded screw into the pocket. When seated you will have roughly 1" of of that screw into the second piece. We have found that with that depth it will provide a strong hold.
Third thing you can do is to drill the pocket hole as normal for the 1-1/2" settings then drive the 2-1/2" coarse threaded screw in just a little ways and back it out. Drive it in a little more and back it out. Keep doing that process till the screw is completely seated in. With the self drilling tip on the screws and the backing out after just a short distance, will allow you to relieve that tension a little at a time with out running the risk of cracking the boards.
I was given a 320 jig as a gift.
Is this a good starting point if unfamiliar with how to use this tool or is there a better starting point??
Do you need a clamp to work with Kreg Pocket Hole 320 jig?
What clamp would you recommend to start with?