Pocket-hole joinery, or pocket-screw joinery, involves drilling a hole at an angle -usually 15 degrees- into one workpiece, and then joining it to a second workpiece with a special screw. Clamping is not required, glue is not necessary but recommended.
The type 17 point eliminates pre-drilling. It also prevents the wood from cracking and splitting!
ANGLES, APRONS, MITERED APPLICATIONS, BOWS, EDGEBANDING, BUTT JOINTS, EUROPEAN STYLE CABINETS, FACE FRAMES, RAILS, FRAMES, STAIRS, WINDOW PARTITIONS.
ADVANTAGES AND BENEFITS
THE PARTIALLY THREADED DESIGN OF RICHELIEU'S POCKET-HOLE JOINERY SCREWS HELPS ASSEMBLE WOOD PIECES.