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I'm building a couple of cabinets to go along with my old kitchen cabinets and I'd like to make the doors match but I can't figure out what router bit to use. I just need to make a small radius on the corner. Can you tell me what bit to use?

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that's a cove bit..
Bryan will you please order several printed router bit catalogs for reference...
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that's a cove bit..
Bryan will you please order several printed router bit catalogs for reference...
Order catalogs from where?
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go to router bit manufacturer sites and order them...

some you cam order the book others will let you down load it..
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Thank you Stick, I have placed an order at Rockler for a Freud 1/4"R 1/2 shank bit.

I will say that I had been looking a Google images as well as MLCS for router bit profiles but I wanted someone to tell me for sure what profile to use.
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https://www.toolstoday.com/t-routerbitglossary/
http://www.cmtutensili.com/media/fil...r_bits_usa.pdf
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You can always look at the Lee Valley online catalogue if you want a clear idea of what the profile looks like, Bryan...
Lee Valley Tools - Online Catalog
Open the cover and look for 'router bits' in the index on the left pg. ---pgs 296 to 307
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Always check your bit drawer. You might find a roman ogee bit that you can use just that portion of the cutter for.
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Always check your bit drawer. You might find a roman ogee bit that you can use just that portion of the cutter for.
That's a good idea.
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