ProGrip Universal Base
ProGrip Universal Base
£20.77 (£17.31 Ex. VAT)

ProGrip Universal Base

Code: 210007

  • Suitable for most saws or routers
  • Easily drilled to fit your chosen tool
  • Tool then clips onto a ProGrip guide clamp
  • Dead straight accurate cuts
  • Size 200 x 295mm
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£20.77 (£17.31 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • ProGrip Universal Base
  • ProGrip Adjustable Guide Stop
  • ProGrip Aluminium Bandsaw Fence
  • Axminster Workshop Stainless Steel Rule - 300mm
Total: £79.46

In Detail

Almost any saw or router can be fixed to the universal base. It can easily be drilled to suit your chosen tool. Allowing the tool to be clipped onto a ProGrip guide clamp for dead straight accurate cuts. Size 200 x 295mm.

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Overall rating 1 out of 5 based on 1 review

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22 November 2013

Absolute Rubbish for Use with a Circular Saw

What you get for your money is two pieces of plastic screwed together. This is "universal" which means you get no fixtures and no marking guides. For use with a router, other than cutting/drilling your own holes, it's probably straight forward. For circular saws, it's essential to get absolute precision in "squareness" when permanently fitting your saw to the base. If you're half a millimetre out, then as your cut progresses your saw will be steering itself away from (or towards) the guide until you can't push your saw forward due to the divergence of paths (saw and guide). By the time you realise the impossibility of getting the alignment right, you've already drilled holes in the base and therefore can't return it.

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