Here is the completed cut of a face frame made with the jigsaw. Since I’m using the pattern guide to trace the decorative cuts, both hutches will be identical.
To rout the edge smooth, I reinstall the router pattern guide. Since it’s sitting over the workpiece, I’m using a flush trim bit with a bottom mounted bearing, as shown.
After the cut with the flush trim bit, the appropriate router bit here to smooth the edge is a 1/8’’ round over.
After routing, a file was used to refine the acute tip.
The face frames are ready to be installed on the cupboards.
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