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Hi Everyone,

I'm a bit of a router noob and I'm looking for a bit that will give the profile as in the attached photo (the table is routered top and bottom). Is anyone able to tell me what kind of bit to search for and also point me in the direction of a good place to shop for it?

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It's probably 3 inches wide
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Looks like a raised panel cutter would cut that profile. Check out Rockler.

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Looks like a table edge bit.
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Thumbnail bit...

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That's done commercially on a shaper. You are probably not going to find a router bit that will create more than 1 1/8" cut. Due to the size you MUST use a router table.
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Thanks for your help everyone, seriously appreciated!
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