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    How do I

    Make a bead board.

    The boards are 8" wide. The bull nose bit would reach
    upward on the router table say 2" max. If you turn the board over you would catch the other 2" inches. For safety would think that would be pushing it.

    Have special order to build a cabinet such as this with
    barn wood bead board doors made from barnwood I have.

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    Way back when you used to be able to get a head/blade for a table saw that would do that. I don't know if you still can I have not seen one fro quite some time. Of course I also have not looked for one.

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    yup they are still out there

    hey bob i have alink at work for site that carrys them they have at least 80 some differnt bit sets for it they are purple pink color and have either 2 or 4 bits for each cut.. as a mater of fact i got the link from here on family,, someone here showed chris mire the setup they used for there project...maybe hoyt purple is better way to describe the tool, its a molding head.
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    How about a roundover bit that ends in a point? Router along a guide rail or fence clamped to the work.

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    got it bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Richards View Post
    How about a roundover bit that ends in a point? Router along a guide rail or fence clamped to the work.

    hey dave you probally justy scribble with pencils for excitment huh you must eat and sleep that program you are definatly good at it
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    hey dave you probally justy scribble with pencils for excitment huh you must eat and sleep that program you are definatly good at it
    Thanks Larry but I can't claim any responsibility for that one. I scavenged it through a Google search
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Richards View Post
    How about a roundover bit that ends in a point? Router along a guide rail or fence clamped to the work.


    Thanks Guys

    This might be the ticket. Was thinking that would have problems on the router table as the boards are bowed
    and the depth would vary.
    With Dave's idea could control the depth a lot better,
    as the router would follow the bow.


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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    Thanks Larry
    That has a lot of merit..........but for what little I do would not be very cost effective.

    Again thanks

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