Has anyone any recommendation for an electric coping saw? I saw one on TV a
month or so ago, and I haven't been able to find one anywhere.
The closest that I have found is the old Dremel Moto Saw, which looks
nothing like the one I saw on TV.
The one that I saw looked like a small Sawzall with a barrel handle and it
looked like it used a jig saw blade to cut with.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks - Matt
Josh - That would be a little weak for what I am looking for. I will be
using it to cope 6 inch oak baseboard and other things like that. The one
you pointed out is basically for model building.
Thanks for looking.
Here's a coping foot that replaces the baseplate on many jigsaws.
Haven't used it myself, but there is a review or two linked on the
That looks pretty good. Have you ever used one of these?
It is not what I had seen on TV, but it looks like it would be very helpful.
The price seems a little high for such a simple jig, it would be $204 US
But it makes the whole job look easy.
Collins tools replacement jig saw foot. Make sure you look at his
other tools. I use the foot and the miter clamps. These are
carpenter tools invented by a carpenter.
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
DanG (remove the sevens)
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