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WoodRiver

Deluxe Coping Sled

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The WoodRiver Deluxe Coping Sled is the safest way to hold narrow material when routing end-grain such as stile or coping cuts on the router table. The work piece is held captive beneath the jig to minimize splintering of the wood and keep hands at a safe distance. A clear fence guide...

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The WoodRiver Deluxe Coping Sled is the safest way to hold narrow material when routing end-grain such as stile or coping cuts on the router table. The work piece is held captive beneath the jig to minimize splintering of the wood and keep hands at a safe distance. A clear fence guide has three positions – 1-3/8", 1" and slotted for small miters or custom offsets. The fence also has a set of three spacers to match up to your router table fence. The clamping block will accommodate material up to 5-1/4" wide and 13/16" thickness and a pair of large handles are positioned on each side of the work piece to maintain control and keep hands away from the spinning router bit.

Features:

• Material up to 13/16" thick rides directly on table surface below jig base

• Easily adjusts for material up to 5-1/4" wide including backer board

• Fence guide tracks along router table fence rather than miter slot

• Includes spacers to adjust for router table fence height

• Large handles are positioned on each side of work piece for precise control


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  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Lacks hold down clamp

    They needed 2 go 1 more step and added a clamp 2 hold the piece down. The 1 adjustable side clamp just isn't enuf. Tried 2 find a solution, but it just wasn't worth it. Returned.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Works well, with a little help from a bar clamp

    This sled keeps the work piece on the router table, unlike most designs that put the work piece on top of the sled. This is a major advantage. You don't have to reset the bit height after routing long pieces that won't fit on a sled. This saves time, and makes it certain that the long and short edges will match. But putting the work piece under the sled makes it hard to apply enough pressure on the clamp to keep the work piece from moving when it passes the bit without the support of the router fence. The self-adhesive sandpaper strips provided don't help much. But I worked out a simple fix. I used one-handed bar clamp to draw the clamping knob toward the rear handle. The added pressure keeps the workpiece from jumping around as it passes the bit.

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