I've only used mine with my saw, so couldn't say. But, watched the video, if it was me, I'd just make my own version of that coping sled; certainly would cost a lot less. Nothing I would need to do with one on my router, but does give me an idea or two I could use one for on my saw.Anybody used a grr-ripper for vertical cuts on the router table? I'm looking at infinity's vertical router table coping sled but I wonder if a grr-ripper would do just as well (and be useful in other applications). Many thanks for any thoughts.
The push block he uses is at about 4:49 minute mark in the video. I really like it and it's cheap.Before you pop for a coping sled, look at how Marc Sommerfeld uses simple push blocks to cut rails, stiles and doors. I have a brand new Woodpecker coping sled sitting in its box. Been used once until I watched how Sommerfeld uses simple blocks with great effectiveness. Here's a video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHnLvps8968 His other videos are great at showing great router technique.