Like Bob said, custom and cheap don't mix. There are many different manufacturers producing router bits.
To list but just a few: Oak Park, Grizzly, Sommerfeld, MLCS.
These are but just a few of the many that are out there. You just have to decide what you are looking price vs. quality. Many companies also have "sales" so you can really get a good savings on good quality bit(s).
fyi, need a custom vertical raised panel bits, and style and rail bit for the below projects
project 1. I need to dulipcate a hand rail for older home, Off the shelf bit doesnt come close even with muiliple bits.
project 2. need to "dulipcate 70 year old door" with deep raised style and rails
with raise panels
I have been very fortunate, never got a bad bit shipped to me by anyone. I buy most of my bits when they are on sale locally. (Woodcraft has several Whiteside bits on sale now.) I did purchase 2 well used solid carbide Whiteside bits off Ebay. The seller explained they were out of his tolerance range but still had several good sharpenings in them. They arrived in good working order, one a bull nose bit and the other a plunge round over bit. With shipping I think I paid about $21 total.
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