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Bench Dog® Feather-Loc® (Pair) 40-011

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Featherboards can be used with the fence or on the router table and can be flipped for operations in either direction. The durable polymer retains its flex memory and will not mar your workpiece. The exclusive built-in setup feather makes setting the tension fast, easy, and repeatable.

  • Slides quickly into 1/4" T-tracks
  • Featured on all Bench Dog® Tools fences, as well as most Rockler fences
  • Optional Miter Slot Adapter (#27603, sold separately) allows you to secure Feather-Loc® to any 3/8" x 3/4" miter slot
(2) Bench Dog® Feather-Loc® 40-011
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Brand Bench Dog
Manufacturer Part Number 40-011
Weight 1.1000
4.5 / 5.0
25 Reviews
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Nice safety device
Added them to my router table fence for safety and improved, consistent profiling
June 1, 2020
2 weeks ago
Woodworking Experience:
I use with my Bandsaw, works great!
May 25, 2020
3 weeks ago
Woodworking Experience:
A little expensive but worth it.
I bought these for my router table that I recently built. I've had a pair that I use on my table saw. Hold the work piece firmly against the fence.
May 2, 2020
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
A Must.
I am so glad that I got these. I should’ve not so so long they work making projects easier to make. They are a must in any shop.
March 8, 2020
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Worked great on my fence on the router table
December 5, 2019
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
must have for the shop
make sure you have a few work safe
January 30, 2019
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works Perfect
Works perfect on my large router table.
December 28, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
They work just fine.
December 20, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Bench Dog® Feather-Loc® (Pair) 40-011
So good to have to hold wood parts in place
December 20, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
work very well
I really like these. I was going to make my own, but at this price, it doesn't make a ton of cents. I bought 2 pairs. The design is simple and effective. they feel a little stiff, but work very well. they're easy to adjust. I had intended to stack 2 of these for a taller application, but the included bolts are too short. Easy fix with longer bolts. Pro tip. make sure your the tracks or slots are deep enough that the board sits flush and tight with the table surface. if there is a gab between the board and the table, when you push a work piece through, the feather board will be able to lift some on the business end, potentially enough to let 1/4" stock slide under. Hope that makes sense.
December 19, 2018
1 year ago
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Safety reasons
Jaime D on May 30, 2020
Obvious safety accessory.
SledgeMan on Apr 28, 2020
Safety reasons
Jaime D on May 30, 2020
This is an item I haven’t seen before. It will keep narrow stock in place, and make many table saw cuts infinitely safer!
Richard R on May 10, 2020
Obvious safety accessory.
SledgeMan on Apr 28, 2020
Good reviews
John M on Apr 15, 2020
Second time purchase for this item. Impressed with the quality compared to similar items. Fits nice on my Kreg Router Table system.
David O on Apr 12, 2020
Safety on the router table.
Curt W on Apr 10, 2020
Safety reasons
Robert V on Apr 8, 2020
Needed them
Melanie R on Feb 12, 2020
Work place safety
Cesar C on Feb 9, 2020
using on my router table .going to be a great feature.
Greg on Feb 8, 2020
saw the reviews and liked what I saw
PETER N on Feb 3, 2020
Already have 2
michael m on Jan 13, 2020
James T on Dec 28, 2019
I have one now these are very handy for holding down workpiece on table saw
James B on Dec 26, 2019
Router table use
Tara I on Dec 2, 2019
Because your online catalog is so hard to find anything in i could only find these so I bought them
Gary C on Sep 12, 2019
Gary J on Aug 31, 2019
Shop personnel request
MAUREEN S on Aug 29, 2019
It is what I need for my router table.
Eng+A&P on Apr 5, 2019
I just finished building my new router table. These feather boards will mount easily and provide added safety.
Phillip S on Mar 28, 2019
don't have one and need it
william t on Mar 26, 2019
Because I need it for safety
Robert M on Mar 17, 2019
has 1/4" bolts and handle nuts
WP on Mar 10, 2019
to hold stock while routing
david w on Mar 6, 2019
Building up supplies for router table project
Gary E on Jan 29, 2019
have one, need more
Rodney W on Jan 27, 2019
Need for new router table
John M on Jan 16, 2019
additional work safety to keep wood along fence
Franklin C on Dec 29, 2018
need a good set of feather boards for my rocker router table and have other bench dog products they are always top of the line
Leon on Dec 4, 2018
because of the great price
Beck on Nov 29, 2018
i have a pair and i like the way they hold the work pc, in on one of my bench dog the feathers on one came off.
ROBERT N on Nov 29, 2018
michael d on Nov 28, 2018
Colin N on Nov 28, 2018
Have one already, Handy!
Howard L. M on Nov 28, 2018
For router table
James R on Nov 28, 2018
have a new router table
Mark on Nov 28, 2018
This safety feature is a must have and my son being a new woodworker needs them in his new shop.
Lauri A on Nov 28, 2018
I needed these and it was an excellent sale price.
Steve C on Nov 27, 2018
Seems like a thing
IVAN S on Nov 27, 2018
On sale. Good buy.
R E on Nov 26, 2018
I am hoping I can use them on my table saw fence
George J S on Nov 26, 2018
Safety on my router table with Rockler fence.
Mel G on Nov 26, 2018
Available safety item at a reasonable price
GEORGE C on Nov 26, 2018
Coat and safety.
Mr. Know It All on Jul 9, 2018
stop kick back on router table
Kenneth M on May 27, 2018
Good reviews/good buy
Jim T on May 3, 2018
robert b on Apr 11, 2018
for use with a bench dog router table
Stephen P on Mar 15, 2018
Deron K on Mar 11, 2018
I've been looking for featherboards and chose this producet
ScottJ on Mar 8, 2018
This is an item I haven’t seen before. It will keep narrow stock in place, and make many table saw cuts infinitely safer!
Richard R on May 10, 2020
Good reviews
John M on Apr 15, 2020
What kind of ordering info pertains to the fence blocks and t-rail(?) that the Feather-Locs are attached to as shown in the photo?
Philip B on Apr 28, 2016
Will these attach to Craftsman xr2424 fence for ripping?
Bernie on Sep 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You would need a t-track on your fence to use these
Do these fit the Rockler benchtop router table fence?
James M on Mar 31, 2019
BEST ANSWER: They do indeed. I use them with my Rockler table fence.
Will this fit the t-track system?
C A on Feb 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes it does fitbstandard T tracks
do these come with the fence attachment blocks, and track, as shown in the photo?
George B on Feb 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No they do not. Just the feather loc and the hardware to attach the feather loc to your fence fence track if it has one. That being said, they work great. Another bench dog item that I purchased was a pair of their push blocks.They are heavy duty and the best pair of push blocks that I have used. Hope I helped you out.
why is my feather lock not engaging to my table saw. It used to work fine, item not damaged, just stopped locking to table?
Bob P on Jul 25, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Based on your question, it sounds like your Feather-Loc has uses a 10-012 miter slot adaptor, which fits into your saw’s guide slot – see Rockler item# 29799. The picture included with your question shows the item# 27285, which is the vertical hold down setup. Assuming you’re using a miter slot adaptor, with the Feather-Loc lying flush atop tour table, check that the locking bolt is properly aligned. Disassemble the locking bolt from the open-slotted end of the guide bar – the end that looks like a tuning fork. You should see two small wings protruding from the conical surface of the bolt head – you can see one of these wings at Rockler online, type in item# 27603. Put the conical bolt back into the countersunk hole located on the bottom of the guide and turn the bolt so that the two small wings are aligned with the slot in the guide bar. Once the wings are aligned into the guide slot, the top of the conical bolt head should be seated about 1/16” below the guide bar bottom. If the wings aren’t aligned, the bolt head will be flush with the bottom of the guide bar. Tighten the wing nut – you should see the open-slotted end of the guide bar expand, and when installed on your saw, will lock into your table guide slot.
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