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What Router Bit is This!

I do not know my router bits! But, I'm learning slowly and I keep the box or the tag that came with them so I do learn. I was hoping that some could help me with the picture I have and tell me what router bit is used. It is on a cabinet door. Thanks

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Can't tell too well from picture so I've include my own of what I think your looking for. If so it's a roundover bit
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looks to me like a roman ogee.
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Can't tell too well from picture so I've include my own of what I think your looking for. If so it's a roundover bit
I wish it was a round over, it seems to be rounding over the digging into the wood.

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These are two more photos that may help my description. Thanks
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It's an ogee door edge bit.
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Looks like this one set a little higher.

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It's an ogee door edge bit.
I believe BZawat lead to right one!



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Looks pretty dang close
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Looks like something along these lines, but with different radius dimensions.
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Could it be a cove bit?
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post #11 of 12 Old 06-29-2013, 03:26 PM
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First guess would be the door edge Ogee.

Second guess would be two bits. Round over and cove w/o bearing or core box.

Third guess would be flute and round over.

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It may very be an ogee bit but I suspect you are looking for an exact match to the existing cabinets you have. Chances are an ogee bit will be close at best. They are more difficult to find today but if you get a cheap high speed steel ogee bit instead of carbide you can put it on a grinder and alter the shape of it until it does match exactly to your existing cabinets.
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