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I am trying to rebuild a few old sashes in our 1890s home, and this profile is all over the house. Infinity has a window sash set that is sorta-kinda similar, but wondering if anyone has seen something that might be really close to this - or how i could use a few bits to replicate this?

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I'd use a sash bit that gets you close, then replace all the trim on all the windows that are close together. If the shape is close, only you will notice it.

You could use several bits, and cut the basicshape with an angled blade in a table saw, then use a roundover on the tip, and a cove bit for the outward curve. But I would only do it that way if I were only replacing the sash in one window.
 

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Check the trim on display at HD or Lowes. Take a piece in with you and see if they have it, or something very close. Quarter inch by about 2/3rds inch is tiny., too small for the table saw. or router. Sorry I didn't catch the actual size of the piece before responding. You could replace this in every window in the house for $20 or so with something close, and it would all be uniform. Pre finish and experiment so the stain doesn't clash with the old wood.
 
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