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Kregtool Pocket Hole Machine

If your production needs have outpaced our manual jigs, but you’re not quite ready for a heavy-duty production machine, the Foreman is just what the contractor ordered. It features single-step operation for simplicity and speed, swing stops for production repeatability, and a durable design that is perfect for any jobsite or small shop

Built with professionals and hobbyists in mind, the all-new Foreman Pocket-Hole Machine is packed with features that will have you building with twice the speed and half the effort of a standard pocket-hole jig. The Foreman DB210 offers all of the same features and capabilities of our professional-grade machines in a machine that’s versatile, portable, and extremely affordable

This model is identical to the DK1100 FP, but comes in a much smaller frame. It features a table height of 8", making it easy to build into your workbench or relocate from time to time. Requires a compressor able to produce 8 CFM at 120 PSI (50% duty cycle)

Add real productivity and efficiency to your shop with the Production Pocket-Hole Standard. This model works with any standard 20-amp 110-volt outlet and features a strong 11/2-HP electric motor, single-spindle simplicity, and a cycle time of less than one second

Already set up for pneumatic? This model features an industrial grade 11/4-HP pneumatic motor capable of the same pocket hole productivity as the electric version. Requires a compressor able to produce 8 CFM at 120 PSI (50% duty cycle).

If you’re looking for the ultimate machine to build face-fames, this is it. The DK3100 contains three spindles that allow you to drill two pocket holes across rails of varying widths in just one machine cycle. Best of all, the DK3100 can also be quickly changed to drill a single pocket hole, like our DK1100 series, by simply removing a drill bit.

Five industrial-grade motors, five individually-activated clamping cylinders, and five durable drill spindles; all in one amazing machine. The DK5100 makes drilling multiple pocket holes across cabinet sides, shelving, stairs, and window or door extensions easier than ever before. In the right setting, it can beat the bottle-neck that’s slowing down your shop and significantly improve your bottom line

Fast face-frame assembly is great. Fast and accurate assembly that virtually eliminates sanding is even better. The Face-Framing Table has four clamping cylinders that can be precisely adjusted, applying great pressure to the joint line on almost any size of frame. The table itself stands at a 30-degree angle, so it uses less floor space than a flat table.

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