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#1 posted 09-27-2012 08:48 PM

Shelly, I agree with the comment above stating all you need are a good set of hollows and rounds to accomplish an almost infinite amount of different moldings. While making the transition to hand tools, I got rid of my router setup and needed to have a way to make molding profiles. I went with a set of hollows and rounds that I purchased from the below website for $400.00 shipped. It is a fantastic set, and the owner of the business was really nice to work with. For example, the set included two #10 rounds but was missing the #8 round (a mistake in packing). He sent me a #8 and didn’t even want the #10 back. Highly recommended. There are a few other sources out there that offer the same and cost no where near the amounts from the site above. Good Luck.

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