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Need help on making a wood moulding to fit around two arched windows.
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Could you show a photo of what you are trying to copy?

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Welcome Keith.
If they are going to be paint grade you can use flex mold.

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G'Day Keith ,

Welcome from the centre of Aust.

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Need help on making a wood moulding to fit around two arched windows.
Hello Keith, the simple answer to your inquiry is to use your router attached to a circle jig. You will need to determine the needed radius then set the router to run at this radidii. You can make a simple jig with a scrap piece of plywood. I don't want to go into great detail, unless you need more info, but maybe just this suggestion has already formed an image of how to do it in your mind. If you need more clear instructions just let us know.

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Hello Keith, the simple answer to your inquiry is to use your router attached to a circle jig. You will need to determine the needed radius then set the router to run at this radidii. You can make a simple jig with a scrap piece of plywood. I don't want to go into great detail, unless you need more info, but maybe just this suggestion has already formed an image of how to do it in your mind. If you need more clear instructions just let us know.
Unless itís an actual ellipse then itís a little more involved.

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Unless itís an actual ellipse then itís a little more involved.
True! But still waiting for an answer.

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