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    Matt Dunlap Guest

    Rail and Stile profile cutting

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    Last edited by Matt Dunlap; 04-01-2008 at 01:37 AM.

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    Steve Clardy Guest
    #6001

    Turn the diagram upside down.

    Adjust bits to suit.

    I don't see a single bit that is reversable for both cuts.
    Just the pair.

    http://www.routerbits.com/cgi-router...29766_19160+81

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    Steve Clardy Guest
    Thinking.........................

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    Steve Clardy Guest
    Matt. Do you have any fluting bits? 1/4" straight, round bottom

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    or you could

    just buy the bits set for your self and do the work quicker and you keep the bits and they get the door frames,, you both win and maybe they would cough up half of the bit set just to get it done quicker. they could put you to better use elswhere.
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    Go old fashioned, make a real tenon rather than a stub and just miter or cope the profiles at the intersection. Door would last longer that way anyhow.

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    Matt, I can't tell from the pic that you've provided...is the profile "round" like Steve's example of the 6001 bit set? Or is it more like this profile:

    Attachment 8519

    If not, would this bit set with this profile work?
    Thanks, Mark.

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    Well, DANG then!!! I had the set that I pictured above that I was going to send you. Sorry it won't work for you.


    Hope you get it worked out.
    Thanks, Mark.

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    Soooo...it looks more like this one then?

    Attachment 8520

    If so, then this Freud bit set at Amazon looks to be a little less expensive if you decide to buy one. Free shipping as well.

    http://www.amazon.com/Freud-99-260-1.../dp/B0000225XS

    hth
    Thanks, Mark.

    Custom Bonehead.

    My diet is working good. I'm down to needing just one chair now.

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    Hey Matt,
    Tell the boss you will get the bits now and he can buy them from you in July.

    DT

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