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Rockler Rail Coping Jig

Item #: 28595

Regular Price: $59.99

Special Price $44.99

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Produce square cuts and keep the rail flat with the Rockler Rail Coping Jig.

Overview

The Rockler Rail Coping Jig clamps the rail securely in place so there's no chance the stock will wander out of the cut during operation. Use the Rockler Rail Coping Jig for rail and stile doors of cabinets, windows and more to make clean cope cuts without blowouts - perfect for narrow cross-grain rail cuts. If you're after a cabinet door jig, look no further!

Simply align material flush with the outside edge of the guide block and lock into place with the post handle hold-down clamp and positionable locking knob. Abrasive strip locks the workpiece in place to avoid shimmy or movement. Run the jig along the fence until you cut into the 1" hardwood guide block, which eliminates tear-out.

  • Allows you to easily make cuts on the ends of rail doors.
  • Guide block is easily replaceable to accommodate different profiles.
  • Durable phenolic material base measures 7-7/8" wide x 13-1/2" long.
  • With ergonomic handle for excellent control and comfortable grip.
  • Post handle hold-down clamp allows for quick repositioning.
  • When using the Coping Sled for the first time, your bit will be cutting a small rabbet in the phenolic base. This is normal and required to minimize tear-out for all future cuts.

Tech Spec

Brand Rockler
Weight (lbs) 3.7400
Type Rail Coping

What's included:

(1) Rockler Rail Coping Jig

Reviews

Customer Reviews

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Worth Every Penny!

Daniel Posted June 23, 2014
Picked this jig up at my local Rockler store over the weekend. Man what a time saver...and trouble saver. I tried for about 45 minutes to cut 1 clean strait test rail to no avail. Finally gave up and headed to the Rockler store. Got home, reset my bit height and knocked out 16 rails in no time. Also, for my bits it did not cut into the sled the way it describes in the description. I have separate stile/rail bits that are a matched set. I'm thinking it will only have the sled cutting issue if you had a stacked set where you raise and lower the same bit to make both stile and rail cope cuts. Anyways, best $60 bucks I've spent in awhile...definitely worth it.

great tool

leasurewoorking Posted October 31, 2013
The only regret I have about this tool is that I didn't buy one a long time ago.

Very good, safe design. Width of...

William C from Wilmette, IL Posted July 24, 2013
Very good, safe design. Width of workpieces is limited to under 4". Also note that when the router bit cutting length is greater than the thickness of the workpiece, you may need to shim the workpiece so the router bit can clear the sled. Easy work around-not an issue with the design.

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What People are Saying:

I have been ordering from Rockler for almost 20 years and have found their products to be very inexpensive and of high quality. Shipping is fast even when an item is back ordered. The best prices I have found anywhere."

- Orval - 08/07/2012

What People are Saying:

I have been ordering from Rockler for almost 20 years and have found their products to be very inexpensive and of high quality. Shipping is fast even when an item is back ordered. The best prices I have found anywhere."

- Orval - 08/07/2012
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