Woodhaven 528 Small Coping Sled

Woodhaven 528 Small Coping Sled

Woodhaven 528 Small Coping Sled

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The Woodhaven Coping Sled is the safest and most accurate way to make cope cuts and other cross-cuts on a router table or shaper. Don't try to cope without it! Inboard Toggle Clamp can be positioned anywhere on the 12" long Ultra Track fence. Holds stock up to 1-3/4" thick, or 2-3/4" with optional 1" Riser Kit. Two adjustable feed handles provide firm control over the sled and your work. Optional 525S Flip Stop available for repetitive work.

See the Coping Sleds in action on YouTube!

Featured in ShopNotes Issue 109:
A Look at Coping Sleds

Clamping: "The 1/2"-thick phenolic base of the Woodhaven was the only one that stayed perfectly flat"

Fence: "The extruded aluminum and phenolic sub-fence on the Woodhaven is designed to quickly accept a shopmade wood face. It was hands-down my favorite for ease of use"

Grip: "Overall, I found the dual, adjustable knobs on the Woodhaven sled to be the most comfortable to use"

Choosing a Sled: "For me, the small extra cost of the Woodhaven sled is a great investment for a step up in performance. It provides you with a truly outstanding product you'll be using for years."

  • Our smallest Coping Sled works on both the router and shaper, either in the miter slot or against the fence.
  • Includes an 11-3/4" adjustable steel miter bar that mounts in 6 different locations for best placement. Can also be used without the miter bar against your fence.
  • 528 Small Coping Sled holds stock up to 6" wide. Heavy duty 1/2" phenolic base (7-5/8" x 11-5/8") will not distort from clamp pressure.
  • Features one 500 lb. Inboard Toggle Clamp to hold stock up to 1-3/4" thick.
  • Lifetime guarantee against defects in material or workmanship. Made in the USA!
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