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Hello. I am new to the forum. I joined as I have a number of projects around the house to complete. I would like to build a raised panel arched doorway for the front closet. as well as some other router needed projects.

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Welcome to the forum Andrew. Are you looking for help to build the archway and the door or just the door and what sort of information are you looking for?

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Hello Andrew, really pleased to see you join the community, welcome to Router Forums!
I guess as a arborist if we have any questions on wood you should have the answer
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Welcome Andrew, I joined the Forum a few months ago and find it very informative. Perhaps you could be a little more specific with your question(s). Mark
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