Rockler Introduces Rail Coping Sled – Holds Stock Securely For Clean, Square Machining Of Cabinet Door Rails

Medina, MN (PRWEB) May 19, 2015 Woodworkers and do-it-yourselfers building custom cabinet doors can make precise cope cuts in the ends of rail stock more easily and safely with the new Rail Coping Sled from Rockler Woodworking and Hardware . “Square, accurate cope cuts on the ends of the rails are essential to the appearance and strength of frame-and-panel doors, but they’re challenging cuts to make,” said Steve Krohmer, Rockler’s vice president of merchandising and proprietary. “This jig securely holds narrow rail stock in perfect position for clean, precise cope cuts every time.
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Why Is This Tesla Motors Co-Founder Putting Jet Turbines on Trash Trucks? – NASDAQ.com

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Solveforce Brings the Future of Computer Networks to Atlanta, Georgia with Global MPLS Network Providers

I think that’s going to happen here, too. Hall: Wow. Hadn’t even really thought about it from that perspective.
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