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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-10-2016, 02:37 PM Thread Starter
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I am making cabinet doors and I am looking for a router bit that performs two operation at one time.. .....I have a shaper cutter that cuts the 3/8" round over profile as well as the 3/8" rabbet for the inside lip. However my shaper is down and I will be using my router and router table. What I am looking for is a router bit that has the same cutting profile as the shaper bit. I want to cut the 3/8" round over profile and the 3/8" rabbet cut in one operation. Those who have used the shaper cutter I am referring to know that the 3/8" rabbet cut is tapered on the inside edge to match the swing of the door. It's not a sharp 90 degree shoulder. Any help will be greatly appreciated
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All of the major router bit companies make them that way with the tapered rabbet. The side that opens must have that in order to work properly.

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Would something like adapter that allows use of a shaper cutter on a router be helpful?

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