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I'm retired navy/oil & gas industry now making small pieces of wood out of large pieces of wood. Currently struggling with making a 10 -12 ' dia. column using chamfer bit - no lathe in my shop. Any experience/wisdom out there?
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Are you planning to miter your pieces together?

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HI

They make a router bit just for that type of job.

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I'm retired navy/oil & gas industry now making small pieces of wood out of large pieces of wood. Currently struggling with making a 10 -12 ' dia. column using chamfer bit - no lathe in my shop. Any experience/wisdom out there?



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G'day HP

Welcome to the router forum.

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How many sides to your column ?

You could spline the edges.

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