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Putting up wainscoating on a wall. For the horizontal and vertical members, where they meet I do not want them to have an edge profile, along the lengths between intersection I do want edge profiles. Say a couple of inches from one intersection to a couple of inches from next intersection. I have never not profiled full length boards on my router table. Looking for advice on how to do this.
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Welcome Jeff. On a table it is very simple. Make a mark on the outfeed fence the distance from the end where you want to start. Make another mark on the infeed fence where you want to stop. Swing the piece into the bit so that the top meets the mark on the outfeed and feed until the bottom end is even with the mark on the infeed fence and swing the piece away from the bit. It doesn't have to be perfect. If it is close no one will be able to tell.

If the distance from the bottom is different than the distance from the top then you will have to do all the right sides separate from all the left sides since you have to start the right sides top first and the left sides bottom first.

If you look through my uploads there are pictures where I did the exact same thing you are doing.
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Some pictures would be nice as you proceed! Welcome to RF...
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Thanks much. I have not found in your uploads yet.
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Thanks much. I have not found in your uploads yet.
Jeff if you were referring to me the pictures don't show up in my uploads it seems but they are in the thread that is referred to in my uploads. This is one picture from the thread that shows my wainscotting partially finished. http://www.routerforums.com/attachme...chair-rail.jpg

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If you use a rail and stile bit set they won't have a profile. Also it is easier to build them in place one panel at a time then to build a whole section and try to install it. It gives you flexibility at the ends.
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Welcome Jeff. You'll find we are a happy, friendly, helpful, fun loving group
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