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Provides everything you need for safe, easy coving.

Rockler Cove Cutting Table Saw Jig

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Cut custom coves on your table saw without juggling all those fences and clamps! This jig includes everything you need for safe, easy coving in one easy-to-use package. Accepts stock up to 7" wide and 1-1/2" thick, enabling you to cut huge crown moldings that would cost a fortune from the lumberyard. Try angling the blade for a truly unique shape. Ingenious clamping system secures the fences using the 3/4" miter slots on the saw table. Large, easy grip knobs make for quick, tool-free setups. Included featherboard kit holds stock firmly to the table for added safety, precision and repeatability.

(1) Rockler Cove Cutting Table Saw Jig
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Weight 8.9000
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Excellent jig for coving!
June 28, 2018
3 months ago
Use for cutting cove
Great tool! Good quality
April 30, 2018
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
March 27, 2018
6 months ago
Making cove cuts
Time saver....makes it so much easier to set up for making a cove cut.
December 8, 2017
10 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Nice Cove Jig for Quick Set Up
Easy set up with this jig... very sturdy and rigid for making cove cuts on the table-saw... Really enjoy the clamping system that locks in to the miter slots (vs. the home made jigs and having to clamp the ends out on the wings of the saw.... and the finger board clamp holds the stock securely to the surface... looking forward to future projects and incorporating cove cuts into the design...
November 5, 2017
10 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Quick, easy and safe!!!
I had no need for a cove cutter before I got this, but since I started making frames I thought I'd give it a try. When I looked at some of the videos on the different ways to setup the table saw with all the clamps and different fences, my first thought was why. This jig makes it very quick and easy and is quite safe as well. Glad I got!!!
May 5, 2017
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great product super easy set up!
May 11, 2016
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Very easy to set up and use. Works best by making several passes and raising the blade a little each pass. Push the board through slowly to avoid having to send out a lot of saw marks.
April 9, 2016
over 3 years ago
The cove jig worked worked very well although I had to shim it up for clearance on a 1-7/8 x 3-3/4" thick hard maple board. This was a deep cove and all went well with very little sanding in the end. A great product.
November 10, 2015
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great price. It is very easy to set up. Works good. Now I need to find some projects to work on. Thanks for the nice tool.
July 28, 2015
over 3 years ago
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
it's a better bargin than making the jig
Stephen on May 24, 2018
cabinet door set up
Melanie C on Mar 21, 2018
it's a better bargin than making the jig
Stephen on May 24, 2018
Crown Molding Project
Shawn C on May 16, 2018
cabinet door set up
Melanie C on Mar 21, 2018
Saw something like it on you tube, redoing in home molding
Terry F on Mar 14, 2018
I've always wanted to be able to make coved parts for furniture pieces.
Dustin F on Mar 11, 2018
incase I need to make molding
John O on Mar 5, 2018
Special framing projects
Richard B on Feb 22, 2018
Wife is a painter...I make a lot of frames for her paintings.
GVPhil on Dec 6, 2017
Purchased this due to sticker shock when I priced Shaker style crown moulding. Now, I can make all I want inexpensively.
Sandra H on Dec 2, 2017
Needed it for a the rail on a bed.
otherguy on Apr 9, 2017
why else to safely cut coves,i hope it will save me a lot of set up time i work a full time job and setting up this on the table saw should save me a ton of time to work on my projects and not spend half a day setting up the old way. will review after i have used it.
Michael D on Apr 1, 2017
for a tray I am making
Michael S on Mar 20, 2017
needed for several projects
Larry D on Mar 15, 2017
Making a cabinet door with coves. Looks like a great setup.
Gino F on Mar 11, 2017
It Cuts Cove moldings perfectly on my table saw and is easy to set up.
Keith J on Feb 16, 2017
Wanted one to replace my own built one.
Dennis W on Dec 4, 2016
For picture frames
Ralph K on Dec 1, 2016
This item is ideal for clock makers . you can save lots of money when you make your own molding.
Dewey H H on Oct 27, 2016
to simplify the process of making coves
Mark F on Oct 6, 2016
Needed to prepare cove cuts on table saw in a safe manner.
Darryl M on Sep 24, 2016
Thought it was cool
Robert G on Sep 24, 2016
The cove cutting cutter for my table saw will make cutting grooves larger than my router bits can cut for some of my projects. I would sometimes use a chisel and sander to cut out the entire groove needed.
Fred H on Sep 23, 2016
Havent use this yet...but the confidence is growing.
Hubert on Sep 22, 2016
Easier to make molding
Kevin K on Sep 21, 2016
to make large cove molding
Glen B on Sep 20, 2016
on sale but you over changed me 20.00
Paul R on Sep 18, 2016
Making custom dressers and shelves for master closet. Thinking of making custom molding.
Kelly K. J on Jul 29, 2016
Safer then the way I was going to have to cut a cove for a "fine woodworking project"
Richard H on Jul 26, 2016
I have a new project that requires a lot of thirty six inch long coved pieces that need to be two inches wide. Since I don't have a two inch router bit and if I did it would be more expensive than this Coving jig. It's more convenient, for this job, to use this jig and eliminate clamping fumbles for a make shift fence on my saw. Plus, the Rockler jig makes it easy to clamp to the protractor slots on the table.
Jeffrey T on Jul 22, 2016
demonstration and for a future project
Philip L on Apr 27, 2016
Looks very simple to use and safe
Lewis B on Apr 26, 2016
Planning to build a lot of cabinets and would like moulding above them.
John on Apr 16, 2016
Need to custom make some crown that was custom made back in 1956. Also, been wanting to get creative with my own crown molding with some unique furniture projects.
Woodworker1 on Apr 10, 2016
Upcoming project
Leo V on Mar 29, 2016
I needed to make some cove molding for a Greene ad Greene blanket chest I am building for my wife.
Stanley H on Mar 12, 2016
I wanted to make my own feet for the furniture that i make.I can make custom feet instead of buying something from a catalog.
DOUG E on Feb 29, 2016
Finding larger cove moulding at big box hardware store is impossible, and even if they did have it, the cost would be prohibitive. My guess is that this jog will pay for itself in the first 100 lf of cove moulding made.
Matthew V Valente I on Feb 28, 2016
Need to make cove molding for a rental house.
Robert M on Jan 31, 2016
very good jig
Cyril D on Jan 19, 2016
Haven't used yet.. But it looks cool
David S on Jan 13, 2016
I want to make cabinet doors with fancy cut out coves
Janine C on Jan 2, 2016
Learn to create cove pieces. Jig is priced right during sale.
Robert G on Jan 1, 2016
tired of setting up shop made jigs
steven t on Jan 1, 2016
I have cut coves on my table saw before, but the setup took too long. The Rockler Cove Cutting Table Saw Jig will cut the setup time to a fraction vs. manually setting up without the jig.
John R on Jan 1, 2016
To make bar
Thomas H on Dec 31, 2015
to save money
Gary B on Dec 30, 2015
I need to make wide molding for tall case clocks, and wanted a safer method of doing it.
Peggy K on Dec 29, 2015
good price on a good tool
francisco c on Dec 29, 2015
try to find another, apparently not too much competition out there
RICK D on Dec 28, 2015
have made cove cuts by the clamping of boards and hard to get exacting results
Gregory B on Dec 27, 2015
Crown Molding Project
Shawn C on May 16, 2018
Saw something like it on you tube, redoing in home molding
Terry F on Mar 14, 2018
Wondering what the angle of cut translates to in regard to the radius of the cove? Any help would b appreciated
Dan R on Aug 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Every cove is different a narrow cove is a stepper angle more toward 90 degrees a wider cove is less more toward 180 degrees
Can you do material thicker than 1.5" by shimming up the jig?
otherguy on Jan 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't think you would have to shim up the jig. Just adjust your hold down to allow the thicker wood through. If your wood is thicker than what will slide beneath the bars across the ends you could shim them up if you need to. In fact, if you needed to you could remove the bars and clamp the jig parts to the table. Just be sure to take shallow cuts as you run your wood through the jig, and take it slow enough you don't flex the blade. Remember, if you are a wood worker you don't always have to have the "perfect" setup to turn out a great project, you just have to be able to think ahead, improvise where you need to, and above all else do things SAFELY at all times. If there is a risk of harm involved, either figure out how to do it safely or ask someone for advise. Using this jig, always keep in mind that eventually that spinning blade will emerge from the under the end of that board! Stay Safe, Stan H.
would using a dado stack be a good approach?
Ed P on Jan 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm sure you could use a dado stack. I can't think of any reason that you would need to though?
I thought that this jig came with a booklet to help you calculate the outcome ?
Z N on Apr 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I did not receive a booklet. The easiest thing to do is have a piece of molding that you are trying to match and place it in the jig and adjust the jig accordingly
What type of blade do you recommend (My saw: 10" contractor's table saw)
Steve Patton on Mar 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Steve I use a 60 tooth fine saw blade so I don't have to sand as much, it works very nice. Hope you have fun with your new Jig.
having never cut coves before, would I be able to cut a partial cove. i.e., a 1/2 or 3/4 circle cove? Thanks in advance for any reply
Roger on Dec 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes you can, this jig works very well, the Cove is dependent on the Depth setting on your table saw, Mine uses a 10" Blade, but if you change to a smaller blade you can cut smaller coves, the 10" will cut 1/2" cove no problem..
Hope this helps...
can you start 1" or so from the top and end 1" from the bottom?
bob b on Dec 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: If I understand the question it would be similar to doing a stopped cut on a router table. I suppose it could be done but I would consider it dangerous to do. The best process for making the tablesaw cove cuts is to progressively increase the depth of cut over several passes to achieve your final profile. I have created a false stopped cut by attaching a beveled piece to each end of a long cove cut to simulate a gradual or tapered entry into the full cove cut.
I need to use a molding head on a Dewalt table saw that creates 3 grooves, will this fence work for that purpose?
James M on Dec 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This is typically used at an angle to the saw blade to create a cove.
From what you're describing you will be using your molding head inline with the fence I don’t think that this will do what you want.
There’s a good video demo on the Rockler website
of the cove jig in use.

Good luck!
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