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I've spent the last few months getting some great deals on some table-oriented bits and sets. One of the sets was from Peachtree and was a one-time purchase. It's a six piece set with a rail and stile, a drawer lock, a raised panel with backcutter, a glue joint and this unidentified bit. I believe it to be some sort of door edge bit. It is on the left, my PC lip bit is on the right, and is a bit different.


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You are dead on ,they make them in many sizes,plus they can be use for drawer pulls as well

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I've spent the last few months getting some great deals on some table-oriented bits and sets. One of the sets was from Peachtree and was a one-time purchase. It's a six piece set with a rail and stile, a drawer lock, a raised panel with backcutter, a glue joint and this unidentified bit. I believe it to be some sort of door edge bit. It is on the left, my PC lip bit is on the right, and is a bit different.

Hi Chris -haven't seen you in awhile, was wonderin where ya got to
Looks to me kinda like a handrail bit set although I can't make out the one on the right very well. Will see if I can find a link to one.

This one is called a window sill/door pull
http://cgi.ebay.com/1-pc-1-2-SH-Wind...item1e60508190

It is just a tad different.

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