Like the top trim, I created the bottom trim on my router table, this time using a large bead/roundover bit and a small bead bit. I then set up my new Incra miter gauge on the table saw and mitered the trim. The miters came out really good, but not perfect. A little filler was employed to take up the slack and I don’t think anyone will ever notice.
I ran a couple of grooves on the back side of the trim due to its thickness and width. This should help stabilize it a little, so it remains flat against the case side.
The feet were installed about 3/16” proud of the case side so I could then set the trim directly on them to get it alighned properly.
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