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Posted on Considering swapping my shaper for a router table

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#1 posted 03-31-2019 07:35 PM

The need hardly arises for custom shaper cutters. I made some casings for my house to match my historic originals. And one small for a customer at an antique shop to replicate a missing piece. Aside from that, all my cabinet and passage door work has been with router bits. I don’t do cope and stick, but typically do a mitered sticking with Domino joint. So all I need is a profile bit of choice. I cut the groove with a dado blade or slot bit.


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