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What bit should use for chair rail molding

Hi everyone I have a question. Last year I made some chair molding for my livingroom. I used a chafer and roundover bit. Now I want to make a fancier more unique chair molding using what kind of bit. I need some opions and to see if I have that profile of that bit to try it any help will be appreciated thanks. :confused:
 

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Glenmore, you might try looking at "specialty bits" from the different woodworking supply companies online. There are several chair molding bits available. You might want to try stacking 2 or 3 moldings together for the look you want; perhaps using an ogee bit on both edges of a center piece and then a shallow bullnose molding on top and bottom? Let us know what you decide on.
 

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Mike that sounds really good I'm going to experiment on piece tomorrow and I will tell you what I've decided. I have that 66pc set to choose from and I want to make combinations with different bits you know mix them a little. I saw Bob and Rick do it on there show it made look enticing. So I figured I would give it a try. I also have some crown molding bits there are endless sulutions.
 
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