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KWB Drill & Plug dowel Jig Kit £7.99 Lidl Thur 29th

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Posted 15th Nov 2018

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KWB Drill & Plug dowel Jig Kit £7.99 Lidl Thur 29th
158 piece set.
For drilling precisely aligned dowel holes
Includes:
Drilling gauge
3 wood drills (Ø6, Ø8 and Ø10mm)
3 depth stops
150 wooden dowels and assembly key.

I was looking for a dowel Jig earlier on Amazon & saw something similar for £17.99. Think I'll give this a try instead.
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Edited by: "friar_chris" 15th Nov 2018
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Thanks for posting pat - will be picking one up. Voted hot
£25.50 at Axminster!.. so could be a bargain IF it works well. Amazon reviews sound promising.
Edited by: "xciv" 15th Nov 2018
Great price thanks op
Nice Ta
Bought mine from Toolstation for £6.24
Looks quite good - heated. If you like this sort of thing, check out biscuit jointers - quicker & more forgiving (i.e. easier to get it right) than a dowels.
Edited by: "friar_chris" 15th Nov 2018
Looks good from the video!
Carloz18 h, 7 m ago

Bought mine from Toolstation for £6.24


Did that come with 150 dowels?
And three drill bits with depth stops?
Worth the extra to me.
Edited by: "pat-w" 16th Nov 2018
friar_chris15/11/2018 17:56

[Video]


Thanks, have to admit I never thought of looking on YouTube because the brand name didn't mean anything to me.
YouTube's Peter Millard (channel 10 minute workshop) was recently talking about the drawing of a triangle alone the edge of the parts you are going to join, said the carpenter demonstrating said it's how they are taught to do it in Germany.
Looks good
Edited by: "pat-w" 16th Nov 2018
simonspeakeasy15/11/2018 17:35

Looks quite good - heated. If you like this sort of thing, check out …Looks quite good - heated. If you like this sort of thing, check out biscuit jointers - quicker & more forgiving (i.e. easier to get it right) than a dowels.


I an thinking about buying a biscuit jointer but the machine I'd really like is a Festool domino. Dowelling seems like a poor man's domino
pat-w16/11/2018 09:46

I an thinking about buying a biscuit jointer but the machine I'd really …I an thinking about buying a biscuit jointer but the machine I'd really like is a Festool domino. Dowelling seems like a poor man's domino


I use a cheapie from Screwfix (cost £60 I think) which does the job very well.
simonspeakeasy5 h, 16 m ago

I use a cheapie from Screwfix (cost £60 I think) which does the job very …I use a cheapie from Screwfix (cost £60 I think) which does the job very well.


Thanks, will have a look. Probably won't buy one till the new year, unless something pops up Black Friday/January sales.
pat-w16/11/2018 09:43

Thanks, have to admit I never thought of looking on YouTube because the …Thanks, have to admit I never thought of looking on YouTube because the brand name didn't mean anything to me. YouTube's Peter Millard (channel 10 minute workshop) was recently talking about the drawing of a triangle alone the edge of the parts you are going to join, said the carpenter demonstrating said it's how they are taught to do it in Germany. Looks good


I edited my comment from "I'm not being silly, so serious answers only please......how does this work?!"
friar_chris2 h, 28 m ago

I edited my comment from "I'm not being silly, so serious answers only … I edited my comment from "I'm not being silly, so serious answers only please......how does this work?!"


What the jig?
You find the centre of the piece you want to join (if you don't know how to find the middle, just draw a 45 degree using a combination square going one way, flip the square over & draw another 45 degree angle line going the opposite direction. Where the two lines meet is the centre)
Then decide how many dowels you want, & drill the holes. Then lay the second part on top of the drilled part & use the jig to line up the second set of holes. Part of the jig fits into the first drilled holes so using this is much easier to align that the standard method of wooden dowel joinery.
Edited by: "pat-w" 16th Nov 2018
BUMP
Just a reminder for anyone who wants this, it's available tomorrow
Went to LIDL today but couldn’t find it instore 😔
W._.M29th Nov 2018

Went to LIDL today but couldn’t find it instore 😔


This is what the box looks like...

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Edited by: "pat-w" 29th Nov 2018
Yeah it wasn’t there unfortunately (Salisbury store)
In my local they didn’t get any delivered so maybe a shortage at the moment
I’ve just noticed the item description says “available at selected stores only”
Managed to pick up one of these in South London.
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