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Crown Molding Jig

General Tools & Instruments says the E-Z Pro Crown King Model 880 Jig enables affordable and accurate cutting and installation of crown molding. The E-Pro Crown King requires no assembly and is designed for ease of use, enabling the production of interior and exterior corner joints with the three most common crown molding spring angles, adds the company.  It is comprised of two pieces, the jig and an insert-adapter. Without the insert, General Tools & Instruments says the E-Z Pro Crown King Model 880 Jig enables affordable and accurate cutting and installation of crown molding. The E-Z Pro Crown King requires no assembly and is designed for ease of use, enabling the production of interior and exterior corner joints with the three most the jig is positioned for cutting 45-degree spring angle moldings. With the insert, it can be quickly reconfigured to accommodate 38- or 52-degree spring angles. Along with a miter saw it is designed to create precise joining angles and eliminate the need for complicated compound miter angle calculations, coping of joints, compound-angle cutting, back-cuts, auxiliary fences and upside-down miter box positioning, says General. Applications include crown molding for ceilings and walls, decorative elements for cabinetry and furniture, or enhancing door and window hoods.

(212) 431-6100                        GeneralTools.com

 

 

 

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