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Chris Knight

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Barry,
Welcome to the forum. I don't know if they sell that particular bit here but you could try emailing them here http://www.freudtooling.co.uk/

The article does say the bits will be available early 2006 which is likely to mean that they don't have it yet, I would guess.
 

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Chris,
I realise that the Freud set will not be available yet, but there must be other companies that supply a similar bit. Is there an existing bit that will do the same job? I know that there are profile scribing bits but these are for cabinet doors. I would like to make my own internal doors and would be grateful for any advice on this.

Thanks
Barry
 

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Have a look at Wealden Tool Company's website and this cutter. They may be able to help you - give them a ring on 01892 835122 or 0800 328 4183 to order.

I've no connection with the company, other than as a very satisfied customer. Their staff are very good at tech questions/giving advice.

Ray.
 

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Ray - That cutter is only for 3/4" stock.

The Freud one that Barry highlights will do up to 1" 3/4. I rang Freud UK who knew nothing about it but promised to get back to me with info. I'll let you know what they say.

Cheers

Tim
 

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Tim, thanks for looking into that. I will forward to hearing what they say. I assume that manufacturers of doors use something else to profile the stiles and rails. The Freud bit does look useful albeit expensive.

Thanks for your link as well Ray.

Barry
 

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Hi Barry,

Welcome to the forum.

Door manufacturers would use a spindle moulder for machining the parts.
 

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Hope they make it soon !!! Welcome to the forum :D And do you know about the Legacy ? :lol:
 
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