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I have really been getting into Kreg in the last year or so. And recently noticed that the Kreg things are all over the place. haha. The Kreg K4 Jig is sitting on my shelf, all my drill bits, allen key, square bits are all in an organizer and one of my bags. My K3 kit in on the shelf, the clamps are hanging up & the my boxes of screws are all in a Milwaukee organizer, etc. ...you get it, haha. I saw on the site, that all they have now is the "Kreg System Organizer" ..This looks ok, but is really built for the new Kreg K5 system with the 2 sides (the big hole in the middle is meant for those parts) so its a lot of wasted space for 90% of people who have the K4 system. I also came across some images online of an old Kreg toolbox, that looks like it came in a few sizes. This thing is super cool, holed the screws on top and all the jigs and parts clip in the bottom perfectly. but looks like they don't make anymore. Should i grab one online, looks like a few sites still have some left, but they are like $80 shipped!! does anytone have suggestions on how they store all their Kreg stuff??
What do you guys think of these? I am not talking about the nice ones that come with special nice setups like the Dewalt track saw or Festool, but rather ones that are universal. For example I have a Milwaukee jigsaw & fuel circular saw and they don't make any tracks that work with either well as far as i have seen. Are any of the ones like these E. Emerson Tool Co. one's any good? I saw these and they looked nice for the price & come in variety of sizes. Also looks like they come in different track styles -- CLICK HERE - link to a bunch of them
I noticed that my DW708 mitre saw, which I have loved since the day I purchased it, no longer stays in place when I apply the clamp on the end of the arm. This makes it difficult to make angled cuts that are not pre-set stops. Is there anyway to adjust and tighten this? I have looked it over and can't figure out how it works for sure so I don't know how to tighten it.