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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-10-2019, 11:53 PM Thread Starter
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Hey there, i've been searching all over the internet for a bit that can do this profile

would anyone know the bit to do this?

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Would you like to tell us who you are & where you come from..First name n/a wont cut it. What tools do you have? Fill out your profile etc. etc.

You can't drive a bridge spike with a tack hammer(so I'm told)
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Welcome to the forums N/A..

what you have is built up.. (made from 2 or more individual moldings)
we'll need to see a cross section of the profile to give you more of definitive answer....
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alrighty, i fixed my profile

I live in Ottawa and i have a router table, table saw, chop saw, mitre saw, jig saw, a bunch of sanders

i'm new to routing and i would like to improve and get better at it
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unfortunately i don't have any other pictures. I'm currently working on 3 posts for my deck and would like to dress the posts up to look like that picture but i couldn't figure out or find a router bit that can make the cut like that.
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alrighty, i fixed my profile

I live in Ottawa and i have a router table, table saw, chop saw, mitre saw, jig saw, a bunch of sanders

i'm new to routing and i would like to improve and get better at it
Thanks...
the get better we can help w/ right off...
head over to this link for the help and some light reading....

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unfortunately i don't have any other pictures. I'm currently working on 3 posts for my deck and would like to dress the posts up to look like that picture but i couldn't figure out or find a router bit that can make the cut like that.
would designing something to your happiness work???
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I think designing something would work. I like the idea, but i'm definitely not that picky.

I will have a look at the link and read up

Thank you
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@dre613 ..

Andre...
1st start w/ a base cap profile to your liking.. (there are many.. as in a lot)...
and there is a most excellent chance you will find a bit to match...
you can add an accent molding to the cap if you like..
why not just buy the molding you need ???
here's a couple of examples...

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great! i'll give it a try.

Currently reading safety tips. I have used the router before and watched a few safety youtube videos about climb cuts.

I tried to buy this moulding but wasn't able to find one like it.
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more profiles...



here's a a couple of PDF's that may help w/ profiles design and built up how to...

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