We’re putting the master closet together with plywood and pocket screws.
We’re using a Kreg jig made for drilling the screwholes.
The holes are drilled on the outside of the top and bottom of the boxes we’re making so they won’t be visible once the closet is complete.
I’ll use the bottom as an example. The piece of board is 21″ wide and so it gets 4 screws on each side: screws on the edge are recessed 2 inches in and other screws are spaces about 6 inches apart. (See diagram above.)
The jig itself must be set in couple of places to the thickness of the wood, 3/4 inch.
The collar on the drill bit is also set according to the thickness of the wood.
The wood is clamped into the jig and drilled as indicated by the measured pencil markings. Mark on the face of the wood; drill holes in the reverse.
Next step: screw the boxes together.
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