Average Review (8):

Take the Guesswork Out of Cutting Crown Molding

  • Easy-to-use for inside and outside corners
  • Works with crown molding up to 51/2" (138mm) wide
  • Eliminates the need for difficult compound-angle cuts
  • Included Angle Finder ensures accurate results
  • Base can be locked in any spring angle between 30-60°
  • 8 non-slip rubber feet guarantee a solid foundation
  • Simple instructions show you how to get the right cut every time


ITEM#: KMA2800

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Installing crown molding is one of the best ways to add instant value to your home. The Kreg Crown-Pro™ simplifies the most frustrating steps of the process, so you make fewer mistakes and get the job done faster!

Exact Angles
This uniquely-designed tool holds your trim at the exact angle required, eliminating the need for advanced compound miter cuts and difficult “coping.”

Versatile & Compatible
Its curved design lets you compensate for a wide variety of crown molding spring angles, and its extension arms lets you work with crown up to 51/2" (140mm) wide.

Easy Angle Finder
The Crown-Pro™ comes with an adjustable Angle Finder that easily shows you the exact angle of inside and outside corners. Plus, you can use the Angle Finder to check the spring angle of your crown molding.

10" (254mm) saws will work with crown up to 31/2" (89mm) wide, depending on manufacturer.
12" (305mm) saws will work with crown up to 51/2" (140mm) wide, depending on manufacturer.

California Residents: Prop 65 Information


10" (254mm) saws

Will work with crown up to 31/2" (89mm) wide, depending on manufacturer.

12" (305mm) saws

Will work with crown up to 51/2" (140mm) wide, depending on manufacturer.


(1) Crown-Pro™ and Owner’s Manual


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Manual North American Manual

Reviews for "Crown-Pro™"

Average Review:

Kreg Crown Pro cutting better

When Using the Kreg Crown Pro why is everyone still turning the crown upside down, If you turn the jig around facing the fence then you can cut the crown molding as it will go on the wall still set your spring angle. Left inside, jig to left blade to left, for right inside blade right material right, Left outside material to Left, blade to right for right outside, material to right blade to left that's laying your material facing you with jig turned the opposite to fence


By Thomas Dicker

June 11, 2020

Not all that great

Although I was able to get good clean angles with this jig, I did have some issues with it. The little shelf under the molding is not wide enough, and allowed the workpiece to slide off. I really had to concentrate on lining it up horizontally, because the molding wouldn’t sit on the jig. The other big issue is that multiple times I had the cut-off piece kick out the back of the saw really hard. Pretty dangerous, and I’m glad there weren’t any windows or people in that direction. I think this is caused by the jig holding the workpiece above the saw table, with no support for the cut off section.


By Jeremy Marshall

June 2, 2019

I love this product. saved me a lot of money by doing my molding myself

I was prepared to pay I figured about 2 grand to have someone install crown molding in my house. but after watching videos on you tube, and reading about this jig, I ended up buying a dewalt t milter saw on Black Friday, 12 inch blade, and ordered the crown-pro. after practicing on a few scrap pieces of crown, I stated to cut and install. I only did inside cuts for one room, and the crown-pro made it very easy to cut inside corners. I dont normally do fanatic work on my home projects, but the crown pro made the job very easy, and the first room I installed crown molding came out great. going to do the whole house and save a lot of money. love my crown-pro


By dave paul

December 7, 2017

Underneath Red setting

The red setting gauge underneath the unit should be a medal guide with black degree markings. It would set much more precisely with this design. Also it would make the spring angle setting easier in the instruction manual to state "use the vertical side of the pointer to the angle desired". The slope side shows 40 in the illustration which can be misleading. The manual picture shows such but words would also help the novice.


By James Jackson

November 29, 2017

Needs robustness

The jig suffers from distortion when pressure is place on one end or another to hold the stock in place. During installation of 1600 feet of molding we found first that the angle adjustment had slipped (perhaps not tightened enough), but then after marking the seating on each end to watch for slippage, we discovered that one end had twisted. The lower lip was also flexible, and for our molding it would have been nice to be a bit deeper. Finally, it would be nice to have cork or rubber on the face to help steady the stock. We'll continue to use it with the above precautions, but a second, more robust version should be planned. For a big job, we would use two jigs to avoid moving it back and forth from left to right side of the saw blade.


By Frederick Grose

April 26, 2017

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