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Trade: Self Employed Moron
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Location: Windsor Locks, Connecticut
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I Made A Molding.
Nothing really exciting. I ordered a Whiteside 3230 router bit so I could make a molding sample for my client. Make sure they like the molding before I order a cutter for it. I will be making elliptical curved and straight moldings with it.
It's made of 3 pcs. The Classical cutter, a cove cutter and a thin flat pc with a small bevel on one side. I made 2 moldings, each about 40" long, one is 4 1/2" and the other is 5 1/2". The one in the picture is 5 1/2".
Here's a close up of the two profiles. You can see they are just glued together because the grain doesn't continue and the glue line.
If they like it I will have a cutter made for my Williams & Hussey molder.
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