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Use these templates with a flush-trim bit to rout smooth, consistent corner curves in radiuses ranging from 1/8'' all the way up to 2''.

Rockler Corner Radius Routing Templates

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Rockler Corner Radius Routing Templates

Cutting a smooth radius to soften a 90° corner is fast and flawless with our Corner Radius Routing Templates. The templates can be used alone to draft a simple pencil line, or, better yet, you can click them onto the included handle and rout the radius on your router table with no need for pencil lines at all. The bottom of each template has grippy rubber strips, which, combined with the handle, provide a solid grip that firmly straddles the corner of your workpiece. You get a wide range of a dozen total radiuses: 1/8'' through 1'' radiuses, in 1/8'' increments, and 1-1/4'' through 2'' radiuses, in 1/4'' increments. They're the perfect solution for any project with quarter-round corners, such as the armrests on Adirondack chairs, bookcase end panels, table tops, wall-mounted shelves and more.


  • Templates click easily in and out of the included handle
  • Rubber strips help grip the workpiece
  • Radius is printed on each rounded corner for easy selection
  • ''Feed Direction'' and ''Hold Here'' are molded into the handle for ease of use
  • Designed for use with a router table and a flush trim bit with a tip-mounted bearing (sold separately)
  • For larger radiuses, we recommend that the bulk of the waste be sawn off before routing.
(1) Handle/Template Fence
(1) Radius Routing Template (1/8'', 1/4'', 3/8'' and 1/2'' radiuses)
(1) Radius Routing Template (5/8'', 3/4'', 7/8'' and 1'' radiuses)
(1) Radius Routing Template (1-1/4'', 1-1/2'', 1-3/4'' and 2'' radiuses)
More Information
Brand Rockler
Weight 1.4000
Tech Spec
  • Template Material: 1/4'' thick ABS
  • Handle Material: Glass-Filled ABS
Technical Documents
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78 Reviews
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Works as described. Better than I expected.
December 28, 2018
1 month ago
Works great.
I used this to route the corners of a cutting board, it is easy to use and you get consistent high quality results.
November 16, 2018
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Radius guides
These are awesome. Everybody should have these.
October 16, 2018
3 months ago
Great tool
I make finger joint boxes. once assembled, I use a slot cutter to prepare the piece for the bottom (of the box). With this tool, I get a perfect rounded edge that snugly fits the bottom of the box into the slots. Thanks Rockler!
September 22, 2018
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Love it! It works as advertised.
September 12, 2018
5 months ago
Just what I needed
I was looking for an easy radius jig and was looking at several costing $100+ for a set then I came across the Rockler composite radius jigs and was skeptical at first but since they were from Rockler, they couldn't be all that bad. Turns out they work great! No issues with the material being composite.
September 11, 2018
5 months ago
A dream come true
My only regret about these templates is that ther weren't available 30 years ago. They are a vast improvement over the old coin/bottle cap method.
July 10, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Routing Templates
Easy, quick way to achieve accurate corner radius's.
June 2, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
My Skepticism was unfounded
I was a bit skeptical after reading some of the other reviews. I purchased the radius templates anyway. After using the templates on a 5’ x 1’ by 5/4” piece of hard maple I found them to be easy to use,they were stable and secure. my skepticism was unfounded. Good job Rockler!
May 28, 2018
8 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Has worked well on several projects.
April 4, 2018
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
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I have to try this item for my wood corners
Benny G on Jan 10, 2019
Need to round some corners on a project I am working on.
BJ M on Dec 31, 2018
I have to try this item for my wood corners
Benny G on Jan 10, 2019
I will be useful in shaping bench tops that I make.
Ruth G on Jan 1, 2019
Need to round some corners on a project I am working on.
BJ M on Dec 31, 2018
My husband is into woodworking and requested them. Can't wait to see them in use.
Kara Kelley A on Dec 13, 2018
Want to put an accurate radius on my work and take the guesswork and chance of human error out of the process.
Rose O on Dec 11, 2018
Need one in house quickly for a production job, and don't have time to make one.
Brian Meek R on Dec 6, 2018
Building picture ledges and want to round the edges of the shelves. Need for other upcoming projects as well.
JOSEPH M on Dec 1, 2018
To add radius corners to signs and other projects.
Dennis B on Nov 30, 2018
To be able to make a variety of rounded corners for signs in my sign shop. This will hopefully improve both my speed and consistency.
R B on Nov 26, 2018
My husband asked for this
Rachel M on Nov 26, 2018
it looks like a simple way to round off corners on many different projects
Charles L on Oct 1, 2018
Round edges are hard.
Shannon S on Aug 5, 2018
This is going to make things eaiser rather then looking for various radius things around the shop. Keep up the good work rockler You make woodworking much easier.
Timothy V on Aug 5, 2018
Find Rockler products to be good quality and easy to use.
Ruth B on Aug 4, 2018
Woodpecker had this as a one time tool that I missed, and I hope that this will do the same job as Woodpecker tools. Rocklers brand has never let me down, so I got one of these
D O on Aug 3, 2018
I needed a guide for rounding corners.
Jay R on Jun 24, 2018
Need to round plastic corners on an inlay
Jason S on Jun 15, 2018
Always looking for ways to repeat cuts.
Peter H on Jun 6, 2018
Don't have one
Carmine B on May 20, 2018
Need it to make pen boxes
Deborah A on Apr 24, 2018
I need to cut a variety of radius corners in varying dimensions on starboard as well as wood.
Gregory B on Apr 23, 2018
The price was considerably better than others I have seen probably because these are not machined aluminum. For my purposes, these should work just fine.
Michael Z on Apr 19, 2018
much easier way to get corners
Sue E on Apr 8, 2018
Upcoming projects
Tillman C on Apr 6, 2018
Needed for a current project
Leo V on Mar 22, 2018
Hoping it works as advertised
Glen C on Mar 14, 2018
The can lids brought back memories.......
Dan D on Feb 25, 2018
Hopefully to make rounding corners less time consuming.
WAYNE C on Feb 15, 2018
Been wanting them, went on sale so I bought them.
George V on Feb 12, 2018
Try something new
NELSON S on Feb 9, 2018
Consistent repeatable corners
Michael S on Feb 4, 2018
Tu use in making tabletops
Alan H on Feb 1, 2018
I need acurare tool for rounding corners
John B on Jan 29, 2018
It's something that I can use.
Brad S on Jan 28, 2018
Easy and consistent, instead of scrounging around for something around the house or shop to draw lines. Can use on router table.
Michael M on Jan 1, 2018
Available sizes and accuracy.
Jeffrey M on Jan 1, 2018
recent need after mistake.
WILLIAM E on Jan 1, 2018
looks like a potentially good add on tool for the shop
Steven M on Jan 1, 2018
Need a good template for Radius cutting. I have mixed feelings about buying this after reading the many negative posts. However, there were many good posts also. The negative posts were over a year old. I'm hoping Rockler has improved things. Keeping my fingers crossed.
Jim W on Jan 1, 2018
Normally I would just mark and cut off the material but this should make sure you do not make an error
Robert M on Jan 1, 2018
Am about to make a plate out of oak that has rounded corners.
Andrew M on Jan 1, 2018
I need them for consistent rounded corners.
GUY W on Jan 1, 2018
Did not know this product existed.
George R on Jan 1, 2018
I make frames for stained glass artwork. These templates will allow me to accurately and safely add rounded corners to my stained glass frames.
Michael B on Dec 24, 2017
These templates look perfect to finish off a project I am in the middle of!
John Q on Dec 20, 2017
looks like i need it
Jason B on Dec 11, 2017
Quality item!
Kirk M on Dec 9, 2017
Much more accurate and safer than a jar lid, to scribe corners.
Michael C on Dec 9, 2017
friends wish list
Diane S on Dec 6, 2017
This is a great way to create a corner radius for the cutting board project I am doing.
Glenn T on Dec 2, 2017
I will be useful in shaping bench tops that I make.
Ruth G on Jan 1, 2019
My husband is into woodworking and requested them. Can't wait to see them in use.
Kara Kelley A on Dec 13, 2018
What is the minimum thickness of wood this can be used with before the tabs contact the router table?
Greg on Aug 11, 2016
What is the minimum width of board to allow the jig to register on both sides?
shanian on Apr 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: When you say "register" on both sides I assume you mean that you are able to make the router pass without moving the jig. If my assumption is correct, then this is not possible. Each corner of the jig is a different size and I'm not sure why you would want to do this even if you wanted the different radius on each corner as you would be putting your hand awful close to the bit and in an easy spot to slide into the bit.
What is the minimum size of wood required for this jig to work? I'm looking at rounding all 4 corners on 2"X4" pieces of 3/4" wood.
Allan on May 4, 2018
Can this be used with a hand held router? I'll be rounding the corners of a 72" X 36" plywood sheet for a desk build.
Joseph T on Jul 23, 2016
First, I have never tried using these templates with a hand held router. I don’t think it would be safe. The template is too small to balance a router on, and the “handle” will get in the way of the router.
The only ways I can see to accomplish this safely is to attach the template (without the handle) to the bottom of your work with double-sided tape, and then use a router bit with a bottom bearing to follow the template.
Another way to do it would be to use the template to round the corner of a smaller piece of wood, and use that as the template to round the corners of your desktop.
Is this template compatible with handheld routers?
Roy T on May 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi, I have only used it on my router table. Since you need the bearing on the router bit to contact the jig surface you could turn your router up side down and clamp it to a work bench and then use the jig. I hope this helps.
Can these corner templates be used to make a half circle, in other words can I use the 2" radius on both corners of a 4" wide board?
Tbird on Feb 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No. Not with the handle attached. The locating tab on one side will have nothing to ride against on the second cut.
However, you can remove the handle, turn the template upside down (the bottom has some rubber strips) and use double sided tape to hold it for the second cut. I would only do this on a router table, not with a hand-held router.
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