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post #1 of 10 Old 01-28-2017, 04:47 PM Thread Starter
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Help, need a routing bit

Hi I am looking for a stile and rail router bit to buy for my routing table to put together raised panel kitchen cabinet doors.
Here's the profile I am looking for, I attached the picture of a edge bit profile, but I need it in stile and rail router bit, 1/2 inch shank.

This profile is often called:
straight cove or
cove with fillet or
double fillet cove or
classical cove

Thank you for your help!
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post #2 of 10 Old 01-28-2017, 05:37 PM
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Where have you looked for this bit?

We don't sell router bits here, so unless we did a search for that profile we wouldn't know either. There are many companies web sites you can browse...MCLS, Infinity, Amana, Freud, CMT, Grizzly, Whiteside and Rockler to name a few.

I forgot Eagle America.... part no. 185-0710

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Any good woodworkers supply will sell a cope and stick set for cutting stiles and rails.
They're not cheap.
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I have looked around, in stores and online. Having a hard time finding this exact profile.
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In a quick look I haven't found the same bit. What I did find is a nearly identical bit for making window frames which are much thicker than cabinet doors. Here's the link: https://www.mlcswoodworking.com/shop...ter_bits2.html

What I also notice from your picture is that edge is cut into a 3/4" thick board, not as a cabinet door. The upper edge on a cabinet door frame is around 3/8". That's a lot of profile to put into 3/8". There's other options out there that are close to this, but not exact. Are you flexible on your bit selection at all?
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post #6 of 10 Old 01-28-2017, 08:29 PM
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I posted this.....

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I have looked around, in stores and online. Having a hard time finding this exact profile.

Did you catch this in the post I made above?

http://www.eagleamerica.com/product/...0/best_sellers

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The measurements on my image are way off. I need the profile with a cove, and I am having the toughest time finding just a bevel, cove, bevel stile and rail router. Its needed for a cabinet door though
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The measurements on my image are way off. I need the profile with a cove, and I am having the toughest time finding just a bevel, cove, bevel stile and rail router. Its needed for a cabinet door though
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You might also check out Lee Valley. They have a lot of bits. I've used them and they're pretty good quality.
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post #10 of 10 Old 01-28-2017, 09:59 PM
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Classic Cove bits

http://www.eagleamerica.com/product/v172-1802/ea_-_cove

Check out the 172-2205 with 1/2" shank




This description was regarding the 185-0710 I posted above:

Miniature 2-Piece Stile and Rail Bit Sets: (185-0710, 185-0810) Make doors as small as 2" square from 3/8" to 3/4" thick with our reduced profile Stile and Rail and Panel bits. The panel groove measures 5/32" thick by 1/4"deep. Setup Kwik Blocks and Door templates are also available. All bits 1/2" shank, two flute and carbide tipped with ball bearing guides. USA

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