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Hey guys, does anyone have a company that carries a good window sash bit set with two bits instead of one? Also, maybe a bit that routs the 7 degree angle for the double hung sashes? I'd appreciate any help. Thanks.
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Hi Jason

CMT makes a great set

CMT Window Sash Router Bit Set

http://www.amazon.com/s/qid=12457076...w%20sash%20bit
http://www.amazon.com/55-801-Shank-W...5707642&sr=1-3

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For the 7 degree bevel, I actually set the table saw to about 10 degrees and it worked great on the one window I did. Sadly, I had cut that part square, forgetting about the bevel and the fact that it juts out a bit further than the stiles so glued a piece on with the bevel. Worked great.

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Hey, Keith; missed you!
I agree on the 7 vs 10 deg. thing. 10 deg. gives slightly better runoff, here on the Coast. But yeh, pick one or the other and standardize with it.
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