Was Skeptical before purchase but super pleased afterwards
Posted September 6, 2014
I purchased the 99" and a set of the 50", very happy with both. Seem to be well constructed, locked down very securely on the oak plywood I was cutting without slipping. Used with router and with saw without any problems or movement. Only issue I had was with shipping on the 99" guide but a phone call to customer service and they went above and beyond to correct the problem, super service!
I purchased the 50 inch model...
Posted August 11, 2012
I purchased the 50 inch model and have used it several times. It does what is advertised to do and I have no complaints with it. I am not the most accurate free lance circular saw user when trying to follow a line to be sure, so this was just what someone like myself needed. I have had no trouble with the clamps holding it once in position setup is simple. I am sure judgeing by what I can do with my circular saw that a router would be no problem either. I would recommend this item to someone like myself, who can use some help with a straight cut especially with a large project using sheets of plywood.
I bought this 99” All-In-One Low...
Posted May 13, 2012
I bought this 99” All-In-One Low Profile Straight Edge Clamp about a year ago from Rockler Online. After buying it, I looked at it and wondered, “Now, why did I buy that and for what will I ever use it?" Well, we never know. My adult daughter, Deborah, who does woodworking with me in my shop, volunteered to make trim for the interior of our home, using our shaper. The trim was chair rails, crown molding, etc. With the help of a friend, I bought a significant quantity of kiln-dried poplar by the board foot, from an Indiana sawmill. It had to be milled in every way: Thickness planed, then, cut into eight foot long boards on the miter saw. One big problem remained. The boards had no straight edges. One edge on the length of each board had to be made straight by use of the table saw. How to do it? I attached the 99” All-In-One Low Profile Straight Edge Clamp to the straighter of the two edges, let it hang over the edge just a tad, squared it with the ends, and clamped it down firmly. We then ripped the board, guiding the Clamp along the fence, cutting a straight edge on the opposite side of the board. Worked like a charm on every board. I highly recommend the 99” All-in-One Low Profile Straight Edge Clamp…if you need one. And you very well may.