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    Best jig for euro hinges

    Thanks to those who replied to my cabinet door question. I now am wondering what the best jig or other method is to drill the holes for euro hinges. I do not have or have access to a drill press. What have you all used to accomplish this. Rockler's jig-it looks like a solution but an expensive one (as always, money is an issue). Any and all suggestions are appreciated

    Chris

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    I don't have a drill press and I find the Rockler "Jig-it" kit very handy. I bought the full kit as well as the 4' rail so that I could do upper cab doors also (the standard rail is only 30" IIRC). I really like the kit and I'd buy it again.
    Thanks, Mark.

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