Introducing the NEW Peanut Connecting System; the ultimate in self clamping, invisible connectors. Designed with the woodworking and furniture industry in mind, the new Peanut Connecting System from Intelligent Fixings produces a wide variety of 45° and 90° joints quickly and efficiently using a ½” router and a drill. Read our short blog packed with helpful videos to help you learn more.

Peanut Connecting System

Main advantages

  • Quickly assemble and reassemble furniture
  • Create Strong and rigid connections
  • Enables cabinets to be shipped flat with connectors pre-inserted

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PEANUT® 2 Connecting System Package

This package includes the jig, cutters and connectors.

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Dean

Its very nice and works well, but why on earth does it have to be so expensive ?
£200 – £250 would seem much more appropriate.

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i dont think its priced for what its actually costing to make plus materials plus profit, but rather a midprice target between the domino and a cheap dowel joint jig. basic market pricing really, charge what you can get away with. the kreg pocket hole jig is a bit of plastic and thats roughly £100. personally i think if they halved the price they would sell bucketloads because its a good system. festool gets away with outrageous prices because their system is integrated and it is well thought out, but these days theres a lot of competitors snapping at their… Read more »

g Brookes
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g Brookes

Apart from the absence of holes, how is this different from a pocket hole jig?

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Andrew Burgess

Hi Hannah,

Quick question. When drilling the hole to connect the peanut, would you not be limited by the size of the table where you have installed the jig? The Routed bit is fine because that is merely the size of your table ( it lays flat ) the peanut drilled element is vertical in the jig. I am just thinking about a wardrobe.

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Ceiling Insulation Auckland

Your article is quite helpful! I have so many questions, and you have answered many. Thank you! Such a nice and superb article, we have been looking for this information about the peanut connecting system. Indeed a great post about it!!

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Hi, as i only have a DRT50 at present and would rather not spend hundreds on a 1/2 inch router as well as a few hundred on your jig (so pricing it a bit cheaper would definitely widen your market), can you get the peanut cutter in a 1/4 inch version. I just play at woodworking but have already built so much, with a biscuit jointer and a pocket hole jig, for my house and looking to build more for presents for family and friends this jig would give me a much wider choice of joints to make for some… Read more »

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