There is an extensive range of decorative moulding cutters, including both classical and contemporary styles, and includes some of the cutters already covered. They allow you to reproduce many traditional shapes and profiles for furniture and joinery work and offer many possibilities in the design of attractive and innovative woodwork. They can be used either as pure decoration, or to alter proportion, or maybe to mask or accentuate specific details. Mouldings are used extensively in both furniture and joinery construction. Some large elaborate profiles need a router with 1/2” collet, but you can often build up more complex profiles by making several passes with different shaped cutters. You can also vary the profile of a bearing guided moulding cutter simply by changing the bearing diameter. Matched pairs of moulding cutters can be used for cutting both the moulding and its reverse profile, as for instance when forming the joint between rails and stiles in doors, or the rule joint on a table. Another example is in window making where a glazing bar cutter and its opposite scribing cutter makes short work of stiles and sash bars for window frames.
As the range of decorative profiles is so vast it is best to build up your collection as you need it, but a few basics like a Roman Ogee are a useful start.