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You are looking at wooden window sash from the bottom up. The piece outlined in red is what I need to re-create. I cannot figure what bit I need to replicate the quarter round on the left side. It is the opposite of a 1/4" roundover bit which would lead me to believe that a cove bit or core box could be used. However, I don't believe that those match up with the shape or how I would be able to pass the piece over the bit. Your thoughts would be appreciated.
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Window sash router bits you maybe able to find a video to show you how
There are a lot of different profiles
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You are looking at wooden window sash from the bottom up. The piece outlined in red is what I need to re-create. I cannot figure what bit I need to replicate the quarter round on the left side. It is the opposite of a 1/4" roundover bit which would lead me to believe that a cove bit or core box could be used. However, I don't believe that those match up with the shape or how I would be able to pass the piece over the bit. Your thoughts would be appreciated.
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You could do it with two or three boards as a glue-up.
 
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