Wolfcraft Woodworking Jigs & Guides South Africa

Wolfcraft Undercover Jig Set

(2 customer reviews)
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R879.00 Incl. VAT

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Product Description

Concealed screwed connection

In 3 simple steps you can connect your workpieces fast, precisely and stable. You can drill accurate boreholes into the work piece with the Undercover Jig, join the two work pieces with screws thereafter and just have a precise and stable connection.

  • corner connections
  • T-butt connections
  • edge-to-edge connections
  • mitre connections
  • measuring the board thickness with a built-in ruler
  • pre-adjustment for all standard board thicknesses (min. 12 mm)
  • in plastic case
  • packaging: sticker

Note: Images of product packaging are an indication only. Product packaging may vary, however the product is supplied as per the specifications

Included in set: 

  • 1 Undercover Jig
  • 1 step drill, HSS, ø 9.5 mm, 180 mm
  • 1 depth stop, ø 9.5 mm
  • 1 hexagonal key, SW 3
  • 1 screwdriver blade, Pozidriv PZ 2, 150 mm
  • 10 screw-hole covers, dried beech wood
  • 10 wood screws, 4 x 25 mm
  • 10 wood screws, 4 x 30 mm
  • 10 wood screws, 4 x 40 mm
  • 10 wood screws, 4 x 60 mm

2 reviews for Wolfcraft Undercover Jig Set

  1. JacquesMostert (verified owner)

    Buy this! If you think you need to get into the whole pocket hole vibe, but don’t have thousands to burn on expensive, branded hype – then get this, if only for the price tag. It comes with everything you need (a mark for 16mm stock would be nice, though); you may want to use a stronger clamp than the one pictured to hold down the jig as it’s prone to moving otherwise. 5 stars for price/value for money.

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1 question for Wolfcraft Undercover Jig Set

  1. clifford1

    What screws are used with this jig? Are they specific pocket hole screws or can ordinary wood screws be used?

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