Take the guesswork — and your tape measure and pencil — out of cutting wood to length. Kreg's Precision Trak & Stop Kit allows you to turn your shop miter saw into a precise cutting system. Simply slide the cursor of the stop to the dimension you'd like to cut, place the board against the stop, and cut to an exact length time after time. You build the support wings yourself out of plywood or particle board then add the trak to the topside of the board. Perfectly sized work pieces couldn't be simpler.
The most common setup for the Precision Track & Stop Kit is with a miter saw, but many woodworkers find it handy to add to their radial arm saw or drill press. No matter where you use the Precision Track & Stop Kit, you'll find it remarkably faster and more accurate than a tape measure and pencil.
Designed to stand up to the rigors of repetitive cuts in an industrial environment, the Production Stop drops onto the top of the fence and features dual lens cursors for convenient use on either side of the blade.
The patented design of the Swing Stop gives you a precise measurement when you need it and swings out of the way when you don't, by simply pushing a board into the curved face of the stop. Like the Production Stop, it features the Precision Lens Cursor for fast, pinpoint positioning.
Build a simple plywood or MDF box to match the height of your saw, then add a back fence that reaches 2-1/4 inches above the saw height for the stops to glide upon. Instructions and mounting hardware for the Trak are included.
Incredibly strong and built to last, our anodized aluminum Trak features an L-shaped foot that makes alignment and mounting to any 3/4-inch thick board a snap. Trak is designed with a groove across the top to accept the included self-adhesive measuring tape.
In 1986 Craig Sommerfeld was in the process of building his house and needed to find a way to attach his doweled face frames to his kitchen cabinet carcase members. A tool and die maker by trade, but a woodworker out of necessity, Craig had a problem. Not wanting to nail them on and then fill with putty, he designed and built "Craig's Jig" which was a single-hole pocket hole jig crafted from steel and aluminum that allowed him to attach the face frames from the inside of the cabinet where the joint could be hidden from view.
In the intervening years, Kreg Tool Company has emerged as the leader in Pocket Hole Technology. From the manual Kreg Jig to the fully-automatic Pro Series machines, Kreg offers a simple solution that has changed the way thousands of woodworkers join wood.