EasyCoper Review


Because I am looking into putting up crown molding (still need to work on my popcorn ceiling problem) I looked into the easiest way to do it. I stumbled across the EasyCoper on 'the' google and I looked into acquiring one (I got to meet the inventor too.). I wrote a review on my website for those that are interested. I have never put up crown before, but I honestly can't see coping crown any other way. It takes a little practice to get the hang of it (I cut into mine a few times with the jig saw).
Review: http://www.garagewoodworks.com/Easy_Coper.php
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GarageWoodworks wrote the following:

Looks pretty good. The video is more informative. http://www.easycoper.com/video.htm
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In Hamptonburgh, NY
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The tool looks to be an advantage or convenience for cutting copes. I would also recommend, whether either using the tool or cutting by hand, to do as Norm suggests: After your 45 miter cut, mark/ highlight the outer face (profile) edge with a pencil, so that you can more easily see and follow the proper line of cut. For those of us with failing close-up eyesight, this highlighting mark is helpful.
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Sonny wrote the following:

I was going to add the same hint to my response.I had it all typed in and then deleted it. :-) I learned that hint back in the 80s when I worked part-time for a GC. And it's not just for us with failing eyesight. Those copes are usually made on-site where the lighting (if any) may not be as good as in the shop.
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