Easy to use, the Porter-Cable 42690 Edge Guide provides an accurate edge guide to help you make straight, precise cuts. Built with an anodized, extruded aluminum body for extra strength. The dual sliding body also has lockable mounts to allow for easy operation. Includes all mounting hardware. Compatible with a host of Porter-Cable routers including: 100, 690LR, 690LRVS, 691, 693LRPK, 694VK, 891, 892, 893PK, 894PK, 895PK, 7518, 7519, 7538, 7539, and 9690LR.
- Easy to use guide for your Porter-Cable router
- Crafted from durable anodized aluminum
- East to operate with dual sliding and lockable mounts
- Provides clean, accurate results
- Adjustment scale is in both fractional and metric increments
- The large edge provides a solid feel when routing.
Router NOT included.
|Manufacturer Part Number||42690|
One Edge Guide
One Mounting Hardware Pack
Customer Reviews3 Review(s)
Bought it, used it - LOVE...Posted June 19, 2013
Bought it, used it - LOVE IT! This is a nice attachment for my Porter-Cable router! Well made and thought out!
This is a very solidly built...Posted June 22, 2007
This is a very solidly built and rugged edge guide that locks down solidly with the locking knobs and also has very smooth vernier adjustment that allows fine tuning of the fence position along the adjustment bar. The fence is long enough to allow smooth sliding along the edge of a board without any tendency to tilt. It also has mounting holes so that an auxiliary fence can be attached to it if it will be used to slide along a circular edge.
The overall length of the silver...Posted May 3, 2007
The overall length of the silver aluminum slide is 13 inches. Although I have not tried to use this device, it seems that by reversing the black edge guide/stop position on the rail an overall length of 18.25 inches can be achieved. In the picture this is the semi-triangular stop riding against the edge of the board. After examination, the one flaw may be the height of the guide's vertical fence (at the base of the semi-triangular guide/stop riding against board edge). Against a curved edge this fence would probably slip. Using a metal ruler with two holes tapped into its surface and attached vertically with two screws would increase the height and avoid this problem.Otherwise it seems well constructed and designed.