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I'm replicating a 2" interior door. 6 panel. Custom built in a 10 million dollar home.
I can't find the router bits I need.
I would like a door making set, but anything would help!
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a few to pick from...

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There's an upside down ogee in this set that might be the right size. Router bit sets-Crown molding set-CMT tools

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I'm replicating a 2" interior door. 6 panel. Custom built in a 10 million dollar home.
I can't find the router bits I need.
I would like a door making set, but anything would help!
The drawing is to scale.
Thank you
What are you doing in my home? LOL

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What are you doing in my home? LOL
it's obvious...
replacing your door because you hadn't got around to it yet...
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Freud adjustable rail & stile (ogee?) 99-761...one side of the door then the other...?

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You can get router bits to cut almost anything you want, even custom router bits, if you can afford them, but I think this can best be done with a shaper and the right stack of cutters. That's a lot of wood to be trying to cut with a router, even a 3 hp router. It's possible, but will require extra passes and setups.

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Thank you for your help so far. These bits aren't quite the right profile. I need a 3/4 cutting height, and 1/2" depth. I think its 1/4" for both radius. The closest I've come so far is Freud 38-106. But it looks like the bottom radius is about 1/8" on this bit.

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Thank you for your help so far. These bits aren't quite the right profile. I need a 3/4 cutting height, and 1/2" depth. I think its 1/4" for both radius. The closest I've come so far is Freud 38-106. But it looks like the bottom radius is about 1/8" on this bit.
On the 99-761 set...the bottom cutter screws off which is normally used to make extended tenons. I think the cutting height is 3/4. If the profile is right you could cut one side then the other, leaving 1/2" tenon in the middle. Is the profile Ogee or something else...?

I'll measure mine in the morning to verify...will check the 38-106...

Edit...looks like 38-106 has 1/4 radius...google image...

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