Rockler 45-degree Lock Miter Router Bit

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Rockler Rail Coping Jig

Simply align material flush with the outside edge of the guide block and lock into place with the post handle hold-down clamp and positionable locking knob. Abrasive strip locks the workpiece in place to avoid shimmy or movement. Run the jig along the fence until you cut into the 1″ hardwood guide block, which eliminates tear-out. Guide block is easily replaceable to accommodate different profiles.Durable phenolic material base measures 7-7/8″ wide x 13-1/2″ long.With ergonomic handle for excellent control and comfortable grip.Allows you to easily make cuts on the ends of rail doors.NOTE: When using the Coping Sled for the first time, your bit will be cutting a small rabbet in the phenolic base. This is normal and required to minimize tear-out for all future cuts.
List Price: $ 69.99
Price: $ 69.99

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Question by Monica B: How do I find out which type of sewing machine will fit in my used sewing cabinet?
I recently found a great deal on an older (1960’s) sewing cabinet at a thrift store (solid wood in excellent shape with drawers!). It didn’t come with a machine, but appeared to be able to accept a most machines. So I got it and brought it home, hoping to take the machine I have in an older cabinet out. However, I found that the older machine (1950’s?) will not fit in my new cabinet. (It mounted differently and was too short.) I plan to sell my old machine and cabinet at a yard sale, and want to find out what kind of machine I need to look for to work with my new cabinet. Instead of having a place for a standard rectangular base, it has more like an “L”. The machines I have seen in the stores recently don’t match this. I love the cabinet and want to find the correct machine to fit it so I can use it for my hobby sewing. Any help you would give me on this would be great. Thanks!

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Answer by welchhog
u probably can go to an sewing machine repair shop and pick up a cheap used sewing machinge less that 50.00 and it probably will fit i used to be a sales manager at singer years ago i hope this helps

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    • RocklerWoodworking
    • April 22, 2013

    There’s no bearing on the bit, so you would need to use this on a table.

    • 7orqu3
    • April 22, 2013

    can you use this bit handheld or does the router have to be in a table ? i have a lenght of wood 105″ long and 2″ thick i do not have room to run this on a router table

    • Tim Laros
    • April 22, 2013

    That’s exactly what I’m trying to figure out today. I have pcs that are 20″ X 4″ of bamboo 3/4″ and I need to slot the 4″ side which is very difficult. Any ideas for jig?

    • Bill & Lisa Schultz
    • April 22, 2013

    This video is inadequate and doesn’t explain that routing the short ends of a piece of stock is very dangerous. I am still trying to figure this out. Someone else online suggested using a table saw tenoning jig for this short end cut. I have a delta jig and it works real well although you have to remove the guide bearings on the slot bar to accomodate the rockler router table.

    • RocklerWoodworking
    • April 22, 2013

    Glue should hold just fine without the use of fastners, just clamp it until the glue dries.

    • tigertruckerman
    • April 22, 2013

    been a learner in wood work,do you just glue these togetheror use nails ets

    • flash
    • April 22, 2013

    That is a toughie, I know from experience!! 3 cabinets!! Like you I love the cabinet but could not made it work. Finally, 3yrs ago I got a new Janome – which now all of them are the portable. I took a shelf out of my computer printer stand and put it on top of the hole, of course the top of the cabinet wouldn’t shut – so I mounted velcro on the top and shelf to keep from slipping and so I can take it off the shut the cabinet – which in the winter I sew all the time. Don”t give up if you love the cabinet you will find a way – I did. Good Luck!

    • janie girl
    • April 22, 2013

    When I bought my sewing table a couple years ago I also bought a plastic insert which was made to fit my sewing machine perfectly. These plastic inserts come in many different sizes to fit different sewing machines. I would recommend you make a template of the opening in your sewing cabinet and take it to a sewing store to find out what it fits. I don’t know where you live, but I go to a sewing machine store in Ballard, by the Ballard Market. I think it is called AAA Sew and Vac. They have always been very helpful. There is also another sewing machine store next to Pacific Fabrics at Northgate.

    Good luck!

    • kathydu52
    • April 22, 2013

    Hi Monica:
    You may be able to improvise the cabinet to fit your sewing machine.

    I bought a blond 1950-60 cabinet on eBay for $ 20 to put an antique Singer machine in. The cabinet also had an “L” lift for a machine, but my Singer didn’t quite fit. I improvised by adding 1×2 boards below the “L” lift and now everything fits just like it should.

    Because I am big into oriental furniture and everything else oriental inside my house and in my yard, I painted the cabinet high gloss black with gold accents, then added a Chinese pull to the front door, and brass corners to the top of the cabinet. I can send you a picture of how the cabinet looks now if you will send me your email address. Mine is

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