The Kreg Cabinet Hardware Jig takes the guesswork out of installing cabinet knobs and pulls. The moveable edge guide and measuring scales make it easy to position knobs precisely, while adjustable drill guides ensure straight holes for perfect knob and pull positioning every time. Perfect for new construction and for refreshing entire rooms. Whether you are updating your cabinets or building a project from scratch, adding hardware like knobs and pulls is often 1 of the final steps and 1 of the most intimidating. The Cabinet Hardware Jig features moveable, hardened-steel drill guides that lock in place to align with common hole-spacing measurements for cabinet knobs and pulls. This allows you to confidently drill straight, accurately positioned holes. A moveable edge guide and built-in measuring scales (in imperial and metric) ensure that those holes will be positioned where you want it every time, which means you can drill as many holes as you need without the uncertainty and potential mistakes that can come with measuring and marking everyone. The Cabinet Hardware Jig is designed to be intuitive for beginners to use, but robust enough for professionals. All you need is a drill and a 3/16 in. bit and the ability to set the jig to match your hardware and the position where you want it to go. NOTE: 3/16 in. (5 mm) drill bit required - does not come included.
Install knobs and pulls with easy, repeatable accuracy
Adjustable guides for accurate whole placement
Built-in measuring scales for repeatable results
Versatile for mounting single and multi-hole knobs
Adjustable edge guide for easy positioning
Strong, lightweight materials for easy handling
Durable hardened-steel drill guides
Moveable edge guide and measuring scales for precise positioning
Adjustable drill guides ensure straight holes
Lightweight and durable
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Questions & Answers
I would like to pick up a Kreg cabinet hardware jig and a 3” face clamp at the Centennial store
Asked by andrew31 October 30, 2020
You will need to call the Pro Desk at that store and have them order it!
Would this jig work on a drawer that is 9” tall
Asked by Mary August 20, 2020
Thank you for your inquiry. Yes. This will work with a drawer that is 9". You will be able to set the edge stop at 4.5 and be centered in that drawer up and down.
Does this do 1/4" increments? My pulls are 2 3/4
Asked by Chef May 7, 2020
You need to read the instructions
My cabinet pulls are 5 1/16 inches center to center. Will this jig work?
Asked by Dan April 24, 2019
I do not believe this jig has that big a span. I believe the max span was like 4".
Do I need to buy the clamp seperate to install cabinet door pulls!
Asked by Fiz October 3, 2018
You can use any clamp, but the Kreg clamp is highly recommended since it is a good quality tool. But you can probably get around it with another clamp. Just be careful not to mar the surface of your door (the Kreg will not do this as the clamp face is a large flat circle).
How wide apart can the holes be?
Asked by Wideholer September 19, 2017
From 2-1/2 on center to 5" on center.
What is the max span of the jig? I need it to do a 5 inch span
IT NEEDS TO BE BIGGER! This unit is fine for small drawers less than 5" high, but anything bigger & you have to build a jig like a 1"x 3/4" X 5" L lip to place against this unit (see pic below). Would it really be that much more expensive to make this jig a few inches bigger Kreg?... Or maybe have a piece to add onto it for larger drawers, doors and handles?
It is a huge time saver and all 44 holes in one kitchen and another 36 holes in the 2nd kitchen looked great and took very little time to drill, and super accurate, which is important with some of todays thin sleek handles. Tip - Put a block of scrap wood behind it before you drill to prevent tear-out. I also bought their self adjusting face clamp Model# KHC6 (the longer 6" one, also sold at HD) which made it nice to clamp the jig to the door (see pic) Just be careful that 1. it's not clamping too tight, as the back of the jig will leave marks on the face of the door & 2. Check before you drill that the jig didn't move on you while clamping (happens a lot). For me it was faster if one person held the jig tight while the other put the clamp on. I think the back of the jig should have some kind of rubber backing to solve both the slipping issue and prevent it from marking the door & drawer fronts. If you found this review helpful please check the box, thanks! MikeTheReviewer
Easy to assemble. Only wish they would use/build with more metal components. As I use it, I cringe when I watch the guides start to move. I keep checking to make sure it's ok and keep going.
The center location marks are easy to discern. I also used a Kreg hand clamp to hold it in place. It's a good idea, just be cautious as it is just plastic.
This cabinet hardware jig is designed perfectly. It takes the guesswork out of installing cabinet hardware. It’s simple to use just find the screw hole dimensions on you hardware translate that to your jig, then clamp and drill your holes. Great thing about this jig is it comes with a depth stop so if your upgrading your kitchen, bathrooms measure once and you will have the perfect position every time. This jig is perfect for pros or you weekend warrior like me. I did sliding barn doors in my home and this jig came in handy. The hardware is installed straight and in the perfect location. The best investment I made.
This is a good device and well worth it if installing more than a few handles. Very simple and precise. I was sorry it was limited to a 6" spread, but i figured out a way to use it for my 7.25" spacing and it was very helpful. 25 handles and no errors! Just 9 to go.
Good product. Sturdy enough and very easy to use For cabinet hardware placement and repeatability. Mite be a bit small for deeper or centered pulls but overall a good handy time saver. Kreg has rarely disappointed me.