A simple, no non-sense design.
Given how specialized the tools are for pocket-hole joinery, some woodworkers have balked at using the technique for projects. Nowadays, the dedicated jigs for drilling pocket holes are very affordable, but reader David Brunson of Loudon, Tennessee, came up with a router table jig for the same purpose. We tweaked his idea to get the design shown.
Measures aproximately 10"deep.
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