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I'm kind of new to routers. What is this profile and what bit do I use to duplicate it?
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it's a beading bit..
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or the male cut to a drop leaf table..

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Thanks for all the help. I got it close with a round over bit in the table. It is close enough for what my daughter-in-law wants.
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Here's a bit for that profile. Slight differences in bit height and board thickness determine the profile.
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That would have been my suggestion. Roundover set low enough to create the fillet.

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Any one of these face cutters used in the router table will give the exact profile.
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Harry, I am glad to see you stepping up here. Tell why don't you put a book or two together?

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I'll tell you what Frank, I hereby give you permission to go through my MANY threads and posts and copy anything you like and publish as a book, so long as somewhere you mention my name in passing, you can keep all that you make. That's how I treat my forum friends.

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Harry,

You, know if I had all of your information, that you have given out so freely, and I had the time, I would enjoy being able to put it together in a written informative book, manual or whatever, Money, I would not ask for, but in all honesty, you and your cohorts here on the forum are so well informed. As this information comes out in little bits here and there, it becomes lost very quickly unless it is being archived somewhere, and I would hope it is.

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