Jan 26 , 2017

Home Repair Tools for the Pro

Mark Cutting With the Foreman DB210 | Construction Pro Tips

Wallet-Friendly Pro-Grade Pocket Jig

Kreg just introduced the new Foreman DB210, a pro-grade pocket-hole machine. It has all the features of previous Foreman tools but sells for half the price. The beauty of this class of pocket jigs is that indexing, eclamping and boring all happen just by pulling down the handle. It’s a very affordable version of the expensive dedicated pocket jigs found in cabinet shops.

The DB210 can bore three types of Kreg pocket holes: standard, micro and heavy duty, and it works on material 1/2 in. up to 1-1/2 in. thick. The vacuum attachment does a great job of collecting debris, which speeds up drilling and adds life to the bits. It’s built solid like a shop machine should be but weighs only about 20 lbs., so it’s a cinch to haul out to the job site. You woodworkers, cabinet builders and serious DIYers are going to love this tool.

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