Getting corner baseboard to fit together perfectly can be a tricky task without a tool like BaseCoper, which features an optimal-angle design for fast, precise-fitting cope cuts using your jigsaw.This easy-to-use jig creates a flat suface on which your jigsaw's base can ride, keeping the blade at the perfect angle for fast, easy cope cuts.
7/32" Indexing Pins for the Pro Shelf Drilling Jig (31571, sold separately).
On a standard-style box joint jig, setting up the pin to match the dado blade and getting the spacing just right makes the jig a fussy, single-use item. Here's an adjustable, reusable box joint jig that will suit any joint. It's the last one you'll ever make.
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