coping saw News & Reviews

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Scribe-Master Cope-Pro
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Chris   April 13, 2016   2   5  
In the world of millwork installation, the coped joint is favored because it can leave a clean looking joint on even the worst looking walls. However, the mitered joint is often-times used instead, because it is significantly faster to cut. A new product called the Scribe-Master Cope-Pro is making its way to North America from the UK that claims to deliver clean copes that only take seconds to cut.
Dremel Relaunching Their 70 Year Old Moto-Saw
Chris   October 03, 2012   1   4  
In the 40's Dremel came out with what was basically a powered coping or fret saw. This tool they called the Moto-Saw was pretty revolutionary for its time and they even advertised it as "more like magic than any tool you ever saw". Seventy plus years later Dremel has a new version of the Moto-Saw that still looks like a fancy powered fret saw but can also be mounted in a stand and used as a small scroll saw.
Chris   January 12, 2011   0   0  
Over the past couple of years we have seen many different oscillating tools come out from all of the major brands and even a few no-names, but there really hasn't been any innovation in the accessory department. Well that has all changed with the addition of the Multi-Flex from Dremel. The Multi-Flex looks a little weird, but if it works as advertised, it should bring a whole new level of of versatility to the tool. When the Multi-Flex is attached, it turns your oscillation tool into what is very similar in function to a scroll saw...
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