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Straighten any length of lumber using your table saw.

E-Z jointer Clamp Kit

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E-Z jointer Clamp Kit
E-Z jointer Clamp Kit

Straighten any length of lumber using your table saw. It's never been easier or more economical to make straight and even edges on any size stock. No need buy a jointer – with the Joint'R Clamp Kit, all you need is your table saw. Simply attach to a straight board that has been rabbeted out at the bottom, clamp it to your stock and go! Straighten crooked boards, true up rough-sawn edges, and make shallow taper cuts with positive control all in one pass with your table saw and Joint'R Clamp. Clamps can handle up to 1-1/2" thick material, removing the pad on the end of the clamp allows you to handle up to 2" thick material.

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Brand General Tools
Manufacturer Part Number JC-25 JOINT R CLAMP
Weight 1.0500
3.6 / 5.0
22 Reviews
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September 14, 2016
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Saves lumber
I had seen this device previously in Rockler ads, but until now, I had not ordered it. I found it to be invaluable for making a clean edge on rough cut lumber to start any project..
May 31, 2016
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Believe It!!
I simply would not believe that these two parts could do the same job as a jointer. Boy was I wrong!! I have already used these to straighten over 200 bf of rough sawn Cherry with no problems at all.
November 4, 2014
These two simple pieces of aluminum...
These two simple pieces of aluminum do exactly what Rockler says they will do, and do it excellently. The instructions are easy, the price is right and, if you're a wood miser like me, optimizing the use of even "ugly" wood is made simple and fast.
November 18, 2010
Got mine today and cut a...
Got mine today and cut a piece of 1/2" plywood and straightened a 3/4" X 8' board. Couldn't be happier! I have rollers for an outfeed table 10' long so I will place a piece of plywood over them to keep the clamp from sinking down everytime it goes over a roller...the things worked perfect for this novice... wish I hadn't waited so many years before I spent $20....thanks for a great product.
March 27, 2010
I set up a jig using...
I set up a jig using these clamps and a 4 inch wide piece of MDF. When making the rabbet, I made sure the bottom of the MDF was flush with the feet of clamps. This eliminated the need for an additional set. Worked like a charm. Trued up my boards easily.
December 19, 2009
I used these clamps to true-up...
I used these clamps to true-up some 1/2" white cedar boards, and they worked very well. Not too expensive either.
April 5, 2008
E-Z jointer Clamp Kit
Haven't used it yet but it appears to be of good quality and is certainly easy to use (once the rabbit is cut on the straight edge piece).
July 12, 2017
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
EZ Jointer Clamp Kit
I liked the jig. You must be very careful on the table saw.
June 21, 2017
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
worth it
Easy to use and does what it says it will do. Can you make your own? Yes but this was way easier lol
May 4, 2017
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Wanted to make live edge shelves.
F O on Jan 4, 2019
Saves wood
Michael P on Dec 3, 2018
Wanted to make live edge shelves.
F O on Jan 4, 2019
I liked your picture. :)
Kirk P on Jan 2, 2019
Saves wood
Michael P on Dec 3, 2018
limited space in workshop, so able to use table saw as a multi functional tool.
Tammy T on Nov 13, 2018
I work with a lot of live edge slabs and need to true an opposing edge to join pieces.
Michael K on Apr 26, 2018
making furniture
Pamela S on Feb 1, 2018
husband wants for Christmas
Jill P on Dec 16, 2017
My buddy got his from Rockler and I followed suite.
MARK D on Sep 26, 2017
I have some rough cut walnut and cherry that is slightly warped. This looked like the best way to get it straight safely.
Steve H on Apr 18, 2017
Good review and My table saw is now the heart of my shop.
Lacey T on Mar 15, 2017
To straight line boards for projects.
Scott on Feb 21, 2017
to straighten rough cut board edge
LEONARD N on Nov 20, 2016
I've been straightening really crooked boards on my jointer and getting much closer before needing to do that seems like DOLLAR WISE WORTHWHILE an experiment
Paul N on Sep 17, 2016
I've got lots of crooked boards
Glen B on Sep 8, 2016
large lumber that needs milled.
Rick Y on Aug 9, 2016
Hoping it will make edge jointing easier.
Bobby H on Aug 2, 2016
enables me to get a straight edge on rough sawn material
Eugene S on Jun 8, 2016
I have a lot of my own wood milled and generally the edges aren't straight so use this to get a straight edge started.
steve j on Apr 19, 2016
This simple tool is so much better than owning an expensive, dangerous to use, space eating jointer.
Robert B on Apr 9, 2016
I use natural wood with no straight edge to start with
Charles P on Feb 28, 2016
For a few bucks, a full-service jointer, and --not a good outcome, a perfect one.
Kenneth A on Feb 8, 2016
If this work can save the price of a jointer
Mark M on Jan 3, 2016
looks handy
Bob F on Dec 28, 2015
Big regrets! Wish I'd researched it more.
LARRY B on Jul 22, 2015
I have a planer but not a jointer and just could not afford one at this time. Reviews seemed to be really positive that this kit could do an adequate job on rough lumber.
Bruce P on Jul 19, 2015
Because I work with scrap material
jai v on Jul 7, 2015
just needed it to rip rough lumber
Dave H on Jul 6, 2015
I don't have a jointer, and this looks like it beats my jig that does the same thing.
William B on Jun 18, 2015
looks awesome
justin h on Jun 2, 2015
Working with some random width Hickory and i thought this would save time.
greg k on May 28, 2015
Locally supplied lumber is always warped
Charles N on May 19, 2015
used to straighten the edge on rough cut lumber.
brandt l on Apr 15, 2015
I liked your picture. :)
Kirk P on Jan 2, 2019
limited space in workshop, so able to use table saw as a multi functional tool.
Tammy T on Nov 13, 2018
It seems that the "shelf" on which the board to be straightened rests (held by the thumbscrew) must slide along the surface of the table saw. In addition, that same board seems like it could not slide "flat" on the table as the two shelves are riding on that surface. How can that board slide flat if supported? Please help!
Joe S on Feb 9, 2017