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    profile question, double bead

    how would you make this profile
    on the curved shape i am showing
    here on the left side?
    the black shape is the profile i am after. this would be the top edge your looking at,,cross section

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    http://www.woodline.com/p-1490-fluti...-14-shank.aspx

    and a sander for the slight radius on the top.
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    hey tod o got the raduis on top solved, its the bead that is givin me fits.. the bit you showed is going to make a flute and my next question is how do i follow the curve on the side of the side panel? i have a curved road and only 2" to ride on?
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    May just have to use a V chisel
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    hey tod o got the raduis on top solved, its the bead that is givin me fits.. the bit you showed is going to make a flute and my next question is how do i follow the curve on the side of the side panel? i have a curved road and only 2" to ride on?
    whoops.......use a standard fluting bit;
    http://www.woodline.com/p-1541-round...-12-shank.aspx
    you`ll have to build a 2 prong guide to follow the curves, i use pieces of drill rod, for your piece space them about 1-1/2"-2" appart.
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    well tod could you scratch out a pic of the jig your mentioneing i think i got the idea of the jig but the bit your showing this time is still gonna make a flute.. will try to take apic of my sample block to show you.. gone to picture takin
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    here ya go larry.......you`ll need to do this in a router base the correct distance from your bit though.

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    profile pic

    here is a shot of the profile i am after tod

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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    whoops.......use a standard fluting bit;
    http://www.woodline.com/p-1541-round...-12-shank.aspx
    you`ll have to build a 2 prong guide to follow the curves, i use pieces of drill rod, for your piece space them about 1-1/2"-2" appart.
    ok tod, how do i determine the spacing that you suggested? wont that be differnt for inside curves rather outside curves?
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    ok tod, how do i determine the spacing that you suggested? wont that be differnt for inside curves rather outside curves?
    slightly but short of a single point guide (that`ll rock) this is as good as it gets with a spinning cutter unless you build a pattern to use a guide bushing...actually that`s probably the way to go, use the corebox bit with a bushing and a pattern.
    to make the pattern flush route a piece of mdf then rabbit the mdf 1/2 thickness and flush cut to the rabbit, repeat until you have the desired reveal.
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