I asked this question on sept. 22, and got a lot of answers. It also
caused quite a debate here.
My solution was to buy a fostner bit, for what it app 2,25 USD, and it
works very well. One of the best investment I have done lately.
Yesterday when assembling a drawer, one side less that 0,5 mm wrong,
and I expect to fix that mistake tonight.
Yes, it is possible to use fostner bits and dowels, and simply follow
drawings. There will always be some minor offsets, but now they are so
minimal, that work is easy and fast. And one wrong in many dowels is
I do not use any kind of jig.
And, I got a bit with measurement on. I can go just a deep as I want
I want to thank everyone for the help. And I am surprised how many
took this issue up.