Milescraft Crown Molding Cutting Jig


$38.88 CAD

Item # : 1405



*(On orders over $100 before taxes, Canada only, total order must weight less than 50 pounds)

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5 / 5 based on 2 review

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No more "Upside Down and Backwards" thinking!

Save time and money by cutting the stock correctly, the first time.

The Milescraft® Crown45™ crown molding jig for miter saws will change the way crown molding projects are done, because there is no more "Upside Down and Backwards" thinking when cutting. The innovative “right-side up” cutting orientation, novice and pro alike can save time and money by cutting the stock correctly, the first time. With the Crown45™, crown molding will be cut the way you see and install it on the wall. Adjustable angle setting set to work with common molding spring angles (38, 45, and 52). Angle finders included easily determine the spring angle of your molding. Wide indented cutting surface. Support all crown moldings between 2 and 5.5. Accommodates special dentil style detailed moldings. Collapsible design for compact storage. Cut finished moulding with no break out on the finished surface. Saw blade enters the material from the front due to its unique orientation.

5 / 5
La coupe de moulures de couronnement rendue facile, April 28, 2014
By Patrick R.

La coupe de moulures de couronnement (O'Gee) n'est jamais simple avec une scie à onglet, à moins d'avoir le bon outil. Voici cet outil. Avec lui, on place la moulure sur le plateau de la scie exactement comme elle sera au mur, ce qui fait qu'on ne travaille qu'avec l'angle d'onglet. La scie demeure donc à la verticale, ce qui élimine les angles composés et les maux de tête!

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5 / 5
Cutting of crown molding made easy, April 28, 2014
By Patrick R.

Cutting crown moldings (O'Gee) is never easy with a miter saw unless you have the right tool. Here is this tool. With this one, you simply position the molding on the saw's table the same way it will end up on the wall which result in only having to work using the miter angle on the saw. The saw remains vertical all the time so there is no compound angles and no headhaches!

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