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MILLING THE SIDING For this project I used a 3/4-in. Vertical Raised Panel Bit manufac- tured by Freud in my router. I had saved a piece of factory-milled, pine weatherboard from the last time that I had to make this same repair. I used this piece of scrap as a template for the new lumber that I was milling. A 3/4-in. raised- panel bit cuts off too much wood to try and hold the router free- hand, plus there is not enough room on the edge of a 3/4-in. thick piece of stock to securely rest a router. The large size of the router bit requires that it be used on a router table. So, the first step in the milling process was to set up my router table with the raised-panel bit using the leftover scrap piece as a guide. It is very important to use
To make the cove cut in the siding, we used a 3/4" Vertical Raised Panel Router Bit manufactured by Freud.
The boards are stabilized against the fence and fed vertically through the router table.
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