Wood Designer forum
October 4, 2012
Pocket screws are “on the fly” hardware fittings and there is no real need to draw their position on your plans, like biscuits and dominos their positions are easy to mark up as you build.
If really want to see their position on a Polyboard plan just make a small drilling but other wise a detailed representation is really a waste of time.
Detailed hardware drawings are usually only needed if you are using a CNC.
All the best,
I am still working on my kitchen cabinets. I will be building them out of 3/4″ plywood and would like to assemble them with pocket holes and screws. I know that most of the screws won’t show once the cabinets are installed and I could just screw through the sides and into the back, top and bottom, but I would really like to have them all hidden so that I don’t make any mistakes. Is there a fitting link to show pocket holes or is it something that I could make up?
Hope to hear from you soon