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FISCH Flexi Curve
FISCH Flexi Curve
£29.96 - £197.96 (£24.97 - £164.97 Ex. VAT)

FISCH Flexi Curve

  • Flexible curve template can be easily formed to shape
  • Follow with bearing guided cutter for precise clean cut
  • Screw to template or underside of workpiece
  • Available in 3m, 1m and 600mm lengths
£29.96 - £197.96 (£24.97 - £164.97 Ex. VAT)

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In Detail

Flexible jigs that can be affixed with screws to the underside of any material that needs to be cut cleanly to a defined line with a bearing guided router cutter or on a spindle moulder with a bearing ring guide. These flexible jigs are secured to a scribed or drawn line on the underside of the material to be cut and forms the guide onto which bearing guided cutters run. Whilst in many instances material could be cut with a jigsaw and sanded or planed, this simple but effective jig allows the ultra clean cut of a router cutter or cutter block to finish the job in one simple cut. Available in either 600mm, 1000mm or 3,000mm lengths the Flexi jigs are an invaluable addition to any joinery workshop either making jigs or cutting material to defined lines. The two longer versions are 18 x 18mm in section with a minimum radius of approx 150mm and the low cost mini version is 12 x 12 x 600mm with a mimimum radius of approx 75mm.This would be particularly useful for the manufacture of small jigs or routing operations where a smaller radius curve is required. Please note the mini version is not supplied with screws.

Reviews (6)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3.7 out of 5 based on 6 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews


Nigel Witham

21 November 2015

Acceptable but poor value

I have the 3m long version, which I am using to produce a long curved surface for a sideboard. There's no doubt it does the job but when all is said and done it's no more than a simple piece of flexible plastic and a few wodscrews for which I find I resent paying the best part of £200. It didn't even come in a decent package.

Robert Harvey

16 July 2014

Follow up.......

Having received the 1000mm blue flexicurve today and used it successfully and easily, I stand by my previous review and thoroughly recommend these templates and only wish I'd got some years ago - Great bits of kit, just make sure you don't try to force the bigger section into a smaller radius than it is comfortable with.

Robert Harvey

14 July 2014

Great Routing accessory

I have the smaller radius curve and have used it on many bespoke items and on the strength of the results have just ordered the larger one for a forthcoming job. It really is a great bit of kit and I am delighted with it. I agree with Messrs Rolfe and Haas and would respectfully suggest that Mr Gledhill has purchased the wrong flexicurve for the radius he was trying to achieve. I find if it is set up and secured correctly, you can't possibly go wrong.

Vincent Rolfe

11 February 2014

Kurvenlinfix 18 X 18 X 1 meter blue

Gledhill in the above review has the blue and he needs to purchase the 12 X 12 cross section for tighter curves and less two person manipulation. I use the blue on longer gradual curves with great success.
Vin Rolfe Henry Rolfe Lincolnshire 1634 to Boston 1635 Newbury, MA USA

Stephan Haas

27 July 2010

No Problems Whatsoever

I have the 1000 mm version and yes, it takes some force to bend it in the desired directions. Bear in mind that there is a minimum radius (150 mm) for the longer versions (as stated in the description). Made some parts fot a Adirondack chair without problems. Right on the line, no melting (you'll have to use the right bit with bearing I would guess).

Perhaps a bit expensive, but absolutely up for the job.

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