In today’s episode we start construction of the doors. But before we can really get into it, I need to cut and install the horizontal dividers between the drawers and doors. For this part of the project I chose pocket hole joinery. For me, it was a perfect joinery technique for a piece that was less structural and more design.
Speaking of pocket hole joinery, in the second half of today’s show I wanted to share with you some information about getting the best results from pocket hole joinery – especially since so many of you seem to be a little apprehensive about using it. While setup of a pocket hole jig is important, choosing the correct screws for use in those pocket holes is even more vital. Here’s a great Kreg Screw Kit available at Highland Woodworking
I found some great information at Kreg Tool’s website. Obviously they sell their own screws, but even the after-market versions have characteristics listed in today’s show that will give you excellent results. Thanks to Kreg Tool for the great information and all the images.