Wolfcraft 4650000 Dowelling Jig with exchangeable drilling bushes of Ø 5, 6, 8 and 10 mm
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- for drilling doweled connections, rows of boreholes in shelves & cupboards as well ashinges & fittings in furniture construction
- for the dowelling of boards with a length of up to 600 mm in one clamping positionand a thickness of 12 - 40 mm
- with exchangeable drilling bushes of Ø 5, 6, 8 and 10 mm
- standardized bore pitch of 32 mm
- suitable for 7150000, 7151000, 7152000
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The jig is 670 mm long and was somewhat cumbersome to use on 300 mm wide chipboard. It will be even more so on narrower material.
I thought the instructions for setting up and use were very poor. It took me some time to get around the way the jig is set up on the work piece to ensure I was consistently drilling from the correct edge of the work piece. I had to get my head around the fact that both edge grips of the jig should not be adjusted to the width of the piece (not difficult I suppose but I am only an average human)
The jig is 90 mm wide and long. When it is clamped to the work you cannot see exactly whether it is tight against the edges. Of course it should be but you sometimes make mistakes and there is no easy or obvious visual check on it. As a result I drilled one piece slightly out of alignment.
In moving to a different drill point I found you had to be careful that the stop does register in the appropriate hole. The drill dust seems to lie in the jig and you need to feel a proper click otherwise there is the possibility of you falsely thinking you have registered correctly.
The jig has to be set to the depth of the piece (18 mm in my case). There is no corresponding adjustment on the jig for 18 mm and you are expected to go to the nearest distance on the stops which was either 20 mm or 18 mm. The result seems to be that for e.g. 18 mm you do not drill into the exact middle of the depth.
The depth guide is fiddly to adjust and you need good light conditions to check that it is set correctly.
The jig is made of aluminium and hard plastic. The drill guide itself is presumably of hard steel.Read more ›
I used it to build a complete kitchen in my home. I had never built a kitchen before, so it was a learning experience.
The instructions were not good, but it was easy to use.
A couple of things to watch out for...
Make sure that the slider is properly aligned with the holes in the aluminium rail (and locked in place) - I did not and ended up drilling into the metal a couple of times - luckily, I noticed quickly enough and didn't drill all the way through.
The jig is not reversible so be careful or there will be offsets when you make your joints.
Make sure that you line up the edge guides from the same side of the board - this means that you need to identify the inside and outside before you start drilling. This is because the jig might not guide you to drill exactly in the centre of the edge.
Likewise, line up from the same end of the boards.
Did a nice job for drilling the holes for the shelf supports - regularly spaced..
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good tool.
My problem is with spare parts. too many hoops to go through in the UK
I recently bought this jig in order to make doweling less of a headache, and boy did it deliver! Even though ordering it to the u.s. was expensive, it was well worth it! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Max
Arrived a day early drilled and made frame in no time using this jig also used the straight edge for guidePublished 17 months ago by RICHARD SALAMON
All good will be very useful went together easily ready to use in minutesPublished 18 months ago by Colin Murphy