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Introducing the all-new Kreg Crown-Pro™

Crown-Pro™

Available Starting March 1st, at Kreg Dealers Nation Wide
MSRP: $29.99

Installing crown molding is one of the best ways to add instant value to your home. Our all new Crown-Pro eliminates the most frustrating steps of the process so you make fewer mistakes and get the job done faster! This uniquely designed tool holds your trim at the exact angle required, eliminating the need for advanced compound miter cuts and difficult 'coping'. It's unique curved design lets you compensate for a wide variety of crown molding spring angles, and it's extension arms let you work with crown up to 5-1/2" wide.








There's also a free angle finder included in the package, and a free online crown installation video featuring pro-builder Gary Striegler. (coming soon)

  • No Compound Cuts Necessary
  • Eliminates Coping of Joints
  • Curved Design for Any Spring Angle
  • Works for Inside and Outside Corners
  • Angle-Finder Included
  • Free Crown Installation Video







*Available at Kreg Dealers nation wide, starting March 1st.

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Tags: crown, crown-pro, cut, install, kreg, molding, pro

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Comment by Jens Jensen on March 22, 2010 at 8:02pm
I made my own jig that lays against fence and then your molding in there and add lower board below that and there you have it .works great. it is not as compact as the Kreg jig however
Comment by Antoine boyd on March 15, 2010 at 4:18pm
When we bought this present home all but one room has crown molding. My neighbor across the street does this kind of work and I have seen his homemade jig. I thought to myself oh well, I guess my room wont get done. After seeing your jig there is hope yet for this ole boy. I definitely will be in the market for one when that time comes.
Comment by KregRep on March 15, 2010 at 10:59am
Please post any photos/comments/reviews of this project in-use with this new forum thread:
http://kregjig.ning.com/forum/topics/crownpro-1
Comment by wayne raup on February 17, 2010 at 12:27am
sounds good. i would like to have one.
Comment by ian adams on February 15, 2010 at 2:16pm
when will this be availble at lowes
Comment by peter blake on February 14, 2010 at 1:42pm
As always, I am anxious for the next great invention. I hope that Rockler will be carrying this item as of March first. Can't wait to try it out. Saw the video and thought it was just great and simplified. Anything that avoids coping is just what I need...yeah.
Comment by Francis R. Vesey on February 13, 2010 at 6:55pm
Do you need a miter saw to perform these cuts? Or can you use a table saw or band saw?
I am very interested in this tool. I'm just not ready to purchase a miter saw.
Comment by Tom Johnston on February 13, 2010 at 6:46pm
I agree with you David. Tried to put crown in my study, and it was quite expensive. Wasted a bunch of molding and broke a nice desk in the process. Not even going to tell you how my wife reacted. I will try anything once and if it taste good i will try it again. lol
Comment by DAVID CZUPRYN on February 13, 2010 at 5:30pm
After examining the photograph more closely,this may be another version of another style of "crown stops" The crown mldg pictured,shows it being cut upside down,just like a crown stop. If that's the case,tou may sell a lot of em. How satisfied the consumer's going to be remains to be seen. Some consumers,after purchasing the Kreg Jig,and being impressed at it's ease of use,may believe this new tool also to be another idiot proof addition to their tool box. Installing expensive mldg,especially crown mldg. can prove to be somewhat of an adventure for the novice. Some people can't "wait to jump " at this new tool.Tools can make woodworking easier and faster,and more rewarding,but it takes patience and practice to achieve the final victory.You'll see.
Comment by Tom Horton on February 12, 2010 at 7:56pm
I have 3 rooms to finish with crown I'll wait for this bad boy.

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