13 Best Miter Saw Crown Molding Jig

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“When did we see each other face-to-face? Not until you saw into my cracks and I saw into yours. Before that, we were just looking at ideas of each other, like looking at your window shade but never seeing inside. But once the vessel cracks, the light can get in. The light can get out.”
― John Green, Paper Towns

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Top 13 Miter Saw Crown Molding Jig

1
General Tools 881 EZ ( Jig With Protractor)
Product Highlights:
  • 4 easy steps: perfectly mitered corner joints in four easy steps
  • eliminate trial and error: makes accurately cutting crown molding a snap, eliminating trial and error and saving time and money
  • professional grade joints: cut perfectly mitered interior and exterior corner joints
2
DEWALT DW7084 Crown Stops ( DW715, DW716, DW717, DW718)
Product Highlights:
  • accurately positions crown molding vertically against the saw fence
  • includes 2 stops, one for each side of the blade
  • tough, steel construction
3
Kreg KMA2800 CrownPro Crown ( Crown Molding Tool)
Product Highlights:
  • no compound cuts necessary
  • eliminates coping of joints
  • curved design matches any spring angle
4
Milescraft 1405 Crown45 Crown ( Jig For Miter Saws)
Product Highlights:
  • innovative "right side up" cutting orientation - no more thinking upside down and backwards, cut crown molding the way it will be placed on the wall
  • adjustable angle setting with angle finders included - cuts common molding spring angles
  • indented cutting face for use with special dentil style detailed molding
5
Bench Dog 10027 Polymer ( Molding Cutting Jig)
Product Highlights:
  • crown-cut crown molding cutting jig.
  • the safest and easiest way to cut crown molding.
  • eliminates trial and error.
6
General Tools 880 Crown ( Crown Molding Jig)
Product Highlights:
  • unlike other crown molding jigs on the market, the crown king requires no assembly and is designed for the ultimate ease of use
  • this product is easy to use easy to install and highly durable
  • the crown king comprises two pieces: the jig itself and a versatile and reconfigurable insert/adapter
7
Starrett 505P7 Miter Saw ( Protractor)
Product Highlights:
  • laser engraved dial for accuracy
  • constructed from durable engineered plastic
  • direct read from the work to your miter saw with two easy to read scales
8
Bosch MS1233 Crown Stop ( Mounting Knobs And Hardware)
Product Highlights:
  • allows crown molding to be nested against fence for simple miter cuts
  • easily positioned out of the way on the tool when not in use
  • kit includes: crown stops (left and right), mounting knobs and hardware
9
Crown Molding Hanger (Molding Hanger)
Product Highlights:
  • the original, do-it-yourself crown moulding hanger
  • accurately holds crown moulding in place so you can easily install yourself
  • allows you to check your cut prior to installation for a perfect fit
10
Bench Dog 10030 Bullnose ( Trim Gauge)
Product Highlights:
  • includes complete instructions for installing trim on bullnose corners
  • durable hard plastic construction will hold up to years of use
11
EasyCoper For Crown Molding ( Crown Molding)
Product Highlights:
  • take the guesswork out of coping crown molding.
  • using your jigsaw, you can make perfect coped intersections.
  • designed by a professional carpenter, it eliminates tedious cutting and fitting.
12
Kreg KMA2800 CrownPro Crown ( Crown Molding Tool)
Product Highlights:
  • no compound cuts necessary
  • eliminates coping of joints
  • curved design matches any spring angle
13
Crown Molding Hanger (Molding Hanger)
Product Highlights:
  • the original, do-it-yourself crown moulding hanger
  • accurately holds crown moulding in place so you can easily install yourself
  • allows you to check your cut prior to installation for a perfect fit

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