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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-06-2018, 04:39 PM Thread Starter
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I need help trying to locate a router bit that will cut this profile. The profile is 1" wide. Thank you
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that looks kie it was done pn a bandsaw..
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If that’s an existing profile that you need to match I would say it’s a custom grind probably for a moulding head. Fingernail and table edge profiles are similar but tend to be more like finger/table edge profiles where that seems more like srtraight slopes of different angles. I can’t tell without having it to measure but the slope to the left side might be 45* with the secondary slope around 20-25*. I have some raised panel bits approximately that slope but they have guide bearings and I think you would need them without. You might be able to find bits to do that but I think it would be a 3 pass operation.

Alternatively you could cut a section off that and send it to Whiteside and have them grind you a custom bit.
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If you do send it to Whiteside they are a company you can trust to do a good job.

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