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The Kreg Foreman DB210 makes pocket holes faster and more easily than jigs requiring the use of hand-held drills.
A shot at membership in the Carpenters Union was enough to keep people camped out in line for days straight.
Q: Recently I discovered that my faithful Kreg pocket-hole jig somehow got "lost" on my last job site. I want to replace it. Is upgrading to the Foreman pocket-hole cutter worthwhile, or should I just stick with the same jig?
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Keeping track of material costs
Good organizational skills are as important to a job’s success as technical know-how. An experienced foreman reviews the rules he and his crews follow to ensure quality while keeping the job moving.
A job foreman needs more than good carpentry skills to manage the construction site. Here are the techniques a successful builder uses to find lead carpenters within his own ranks, rather than hiring from outside.
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