Kreg Zinc SML-C125-250 1-1/4" Coarse Thread Number 8 Coated Pocket Hole Screws (250 Count)
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Screws with a length of 1 inch must be used for material up to 1/2 inch thick. You can find a height and width chart for screw lengths and thickness at the Kreg Tool website
As a heads up, this is not a screw for the exterior. You will need this coarse thread screw for your Purebond plywood project if it is for indoor use. Thanks a lot!
Basically, if you are screwing from the bottom your screw end (point end) should extend no more than 1/2 inch above the frame edge when the screw is all the way to the bottom (or rather bottom top. A pocket drill is used to make vertical pockets at the center of the frame or cross- It's better to have a side pocket than a member board. In addition to wood glue, I also use epoxy. In this way, there is no movement of the tops and frames. For my cornhole board frames as well as my cross-frames, I use pine boards measuring 1-inch by 3-inch. Those in attendance. This is lighter than oak or using baltic birch to make the frame members, and they have precise dimensions. I hope all is well,
In the case of SML There is a #8 Dial screw with a 9-tooth pitch on the C125 screw.