True-FLEX™ Featherboard - Twin Pack

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  • True-FLEX™ Featherboard - Twin Pack
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  • Carefully designed fingers apply optimum pressure
  • Wedge-Lock™ hardware for miter slot and T-slot compatibility
  • Durable plastic composite body


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The True-FLEX™ Featherboard gets its name from the careful engineering that went into its design. Many Featherboards on the market today apply too much pressure or not enough pressure to the workpiece, which results in imperfect cuts and less than safe operation.

The True-FLEX™ Featherboard provides a consistent and optimum pressure, and will stand up to years of heavy use in your woodshop. The Featherboard is made from an extremely durable plastic composite body and includes a Wedge-Lock™ System that allows the Featherboard to be secured to a variety of shop tools without the need for additional hardware.

Whether you’re using a miter slot or a T-slot, working on a table saw or a router table, the Wedge-Lock™ System adjusts accordingly and lets you work with confidence. Designed for use in standard 3/8" x 3/4" (9mm x 19mm) miter slot.


Body Material

Durable, plastic composite

For Use in

Standard 3/8" x 3/4" (9mm x 19mm) miter slot


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Reviews for "True-FLEX™ Featherboard - Twin Pack"

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Kreg stands by product

The channel locking piece is junk plastic. From tightening and loosening it warps after a couple weeks. It helps to pop down the plastic insert before removing from channel. The channel piece should be made from more durable material. However, Kreg sent me new pieces and I learned to pop down the insert before removal. I doubt the replacements will fare any better. But the fact that Kreg did their best makes me happy - in a world that could care less.


By Timothy Kita

May 29, 2019

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