$47.99 Pair
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Create perfect inside corners.

EasyCoper for Crown Molding

Item #
27397
Rating:
86% of 100

Take the guesswork out of coping crown molding to create perfect inside corners! Allows you to quickly and easily cope crown molding with a power jig saw instead of a coping saw, reducing wrist, hand and arm stress.

Coped crown molding is actually one piece of crown fitting over the other piece, instead of the two being mitered at the inside corner.

(1) EasyCoper for Crown Molding
More Information
Brand EasyCoper
Manufacturer Part Number EASYCOPER
Weight 1.4500
Tech Spec
  • Handles up to 5-1/2" molding.
  • Durable plastic.
  • Sold in pairs. Left and right included in set.
Tech Docs
Type Crown Molding
4.3 / 5.0
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Works great---professional looking inside crowning molding corners
Sure, the price seems high for two pieces of plastic, but it works great. Instructions could be better, but not too hard to figure out----find an internet video or two and watch.
August 9, 2018
Purchased
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
This is one of my favorite new tools. I have done crown molding for years and coped my inside corners by using a coping saw. This guide and a narrow jig saw blade makes coping exceptionally easy and require no filing. I love them. They are worth every penny.
March 17, 2018
Crown molding jig
Worked fine. The video on the purchase site was very helpful I watched it several ties.
March 19, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Easy cut
Always thought there had to be a better way, at last I found it. Anybody that does a lot of coping will find these just the thing.
February 29, 2016
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
works fine
makes it lots easier to make crown molding
April 22, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I can't cope
my coping is terrible and this solved my deficiency.
on the bench
a little rasping to finish
January 29, 2018
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Useless
I bought this jig because the video made it look simple. I also bought a new Bosch jig saw so that I could do a decent job of it.
After trying a dozen times to make it work, I couldn't come anywhere near acceptable results.
The way you have to mess around with a tapered spacer to cope 45 degree spring angles is pretty lame.
I ended up going back to my tried and true Bench Dog Crown Cut jig.
May 9, 2016
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
This is my first attempt to install crown molding so I watched a lot of how to videos and this jig made the most since in simplicity for the price.
Scott B on Sep 3, 2018
40 dollars buys me perfect coping joints.... i'll buy that!!!
mathew I on Apr 27, 2018
This is my first attempt to install crown molding so I watched a lot of how to videos and this jig made the most since in simplicity for the price.
Scott B on Sep 3, 2018
To help me be able to do copping easier and more efficient.
Scott E on Aug 12, 2018
40 dollars buys me perfect coping joints.... i'll buy that!!!
mathew I on Apr 27, 2018
Coping free handed can sometimes end in an accident. This seems like a safer way to cope
dwight s m on Feb 14, 2018
Mainly to do a BETTER job of coping than by hand. If its faster that's fine too.
Robert S on Jan 16, 2018
Another trim carpenter recommended
Blane B on Jul 10, 2017
i hope it will make the job easier since mistakes are expensive.
sean t on Feb 5, 2017
hand coping crown molding w a coping saw is time consuming and tedious. This appears to be the fixture to overcome cutting blind crown molding corners.
RIchard F on Feb 3, 2017
Easy to use and saved me from mistakes and material waste (costs)
Karen T on Jan 18, 2017
The video
thomas n on Jan 17, 2017
works good with jig saw
Michael G on Feb 8, 2016
Needed to properly cope crown molding with a sabre saw
oscslane on Oct 31, 2015
hanging crown molding
William C on Oct 8, 2015
for coping crown molding
Budge J on Sep 13, 2015
To help me be able to do copping easier and more efficient.
Scott E on Aug 12, 2018
Coping free handed can sometimes end in an accident. This seems like a safer way to cope
dwight s m on Feb 14, 2018
I assume this can be used to cope base boards...correct? The information just refers to crown moulding.
A shopper on Jul 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This jig is for crown moulding only. It works great. Although use a thin fine blade for best results if cutting hardwood mouldings... Easycope r does make a jig for baseboard. I believe it is available on the rockler website
Does this work for both, crown with 38/52 degree spring angle AND 45 degree spring angle?
Kyle M on Jan 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I think it would work for both but I'm not sure I have used it on the 45 degree angle crown. I think the main objective is to give you a stable surface to rest your jigsaw on. I found the jig somewhat useful but not a major revelation for coping crown trim.