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How to Make Stronger Joints with Pocket Hole Jigs

Beginner’s Guide to Pocket Joinery

How to Make Stronger Joints with Pocket Hole Jigs

Pocket holes are a great way to fasten wood parts together quickly and accurately. If you’re not familiar with pocket holes, don’t worry – they’re actually quite easy to drill. Here’s a quick overview of how to drill pocket holes: First, you’ll need to mark the location of the pocket holes on your wood parts. A good rule of thumb is to place the pocket holes about 1/2″ from the edge of the wood. Next, use a drill bit to drill a hole at each mark. The hole should be slightly larger than the diameter of the screw that you’ll be using. Once the holes are drilled, it’s time to assemble the parts. Place the screws into the holes.

Learning how to drill pocket holes and use pocket joinery is a great way to fasten wood parts quickly and accurately. Pocket holes allow you to create strong joints without the need for visible fasteners, and pocket joinery is a great way to create clean, strong joints without the need for any nails or screws.

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