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I have a feeling that you may need several router bits for that edge and multiple passes over the router table. A beading bit would produce several beads like the face edges, but would require passing the work over the bit at an angle. The back rabbet could be cut on a table saw, if the tiny rounded inside corner isn't absolutely required. If this has to be an exact match, probably the only way is to have a specially made router bit or two to duplicate this. Custom router bits may be too expensive if just for one job. You might also look into the cutters by Carob Cutters for a way to do this, as their standard cutters offer many variations not available in router bits. Their specially made cutters might also be cheaper than having custom router bits made too.


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