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I am installing crown on my cabinets and using a 1x3 starter strip to ensure the crown reaches the ceiling.

On the 1x3, I am trying to achieve a profile similar to what is attached.

Can anyone please help identify what bit would give me this profile?

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Welcome Steve in MA...
that's a built up using beading bits...
these links will get you started in the general direction
Router CNC | Edge Treatment | Traditional Beading
Router CNC | Edge Treatment | Corner Beading

see the PDF too..

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here's some more...
Freud Tools - Search Results for Corner Beading

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Looks like the right size double round over bit might do it...
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Looks like the right size double round over bit might do it...
psssssst...
beading bit...

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No way I'd try to do something this elaborate on one piece of super expensive wood. Stick nailed it.

The more I do, the less I accomplish.
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Thank you for your replies. I bought the paint to match the cabinets so the boards i am working with are 1x3 maple boards from my local lumber yard, routed and painted to match.
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This is what I was thinking...not this exact one though...
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this is what I had in mind..

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Steve; the original would have been done on a shaper with proprietary cutters, likely by a custom millwork shop. Not necessarily for your home alone; it might have been (most likely was) a commercial production product. Depending on how much you need, it might be worth your time and money to have the full profile reproduced with a new shaper cutter (not cheap!) and have a few feet run off...maybe even some extra(?).
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