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Published on Mar 30, 2009
Professional furniture makers have used pocket hole joinery for years ...and for good reason. It's a simple way to achieve a strong, permanent joining of two pieces of wood.
So exactly what is a pocket hole, and what's so special about it? A pocket hole is simply a hole drilled at an angle that forms a "pocket" for the screw to sit into. Think of it as a "highly engineered" toe-nailing technique. What makes it precise is the design of the pocket hole jig that guides the drill bit into the wood at a specific angle to produce an "engineered" hole to house the screw head.To use, just clamp in the piece of wood, insert the drill into the jig and drill. It is that simple. Use for all sorts of woods. For more helpful videos like this visit https://www.Lowes.com/ShopClass.