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Conduit and Tube Drill Jig Guide

Conduit and Tube Drill Jig Guide

Regular price $34.95 USD
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Introducing our precision-engineered Conduit Drill Jig Guide—your ultimate companion for seamless hole drilling through EMT conduit tubes and round tubing or pipe. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this 3D-printed marvel features a robust body housing a hardened steel 1/8” drill bushing. Begin with a 1/8" pilot hole, then effortlessly upsize to your desired diameter.

Key Features:

  • Versatile Application: Ideal for 1/2", 3/4", and 1" EMT conduit tubes, as well as any round tubing with ODs ranging from 1/2" to 1".
  • Precision Alignment: An arrow indicator on the face ensures precise hole placement, aligning with your marks effortlessly.
  • Efficient Design: The slotted top piece allows hassle-free jig placement without disassembly.

Limited Stock Alert: While red is currently out of stock, we gladly accept custom orders. Simply drop us an email to secure your personalized Conduit Drill Jig!"

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Ralph Myers
Essential Jig for Conduit Projects!

I have used 3/4 inch conduit on several projects around our Homesteading using Maker Pipe Clamps and fittings. In the process of making these projects, I often needed to drill some holes in the conduit for applications or functions that required screws and eye- bolts. I used this awesome jig to put a roof on my Hay Manger and make a roofed extension off the side of my Chicken coop to hang a feeder out of the weather and give the chickens some shelter from the elements. I plan on using it to improve a blackberry and raspberry support trellis this Spring.

If you use conduit for any projects, you need this jig! Very well made, easy to use and worth every penny.


Ryan Decker
Extremely useful product

I have two of these. I use them all the time for drilling holes in conduit and similar materials, up to 1" diameter. My most recent use was on a rod for hanging clothes in a closet.

Before I had this jig my conduit drilling was a mess. This is well worth the money.