An ogee cutter is a type of router bit used in woodworking to create an ogee profile, which is a decorative molding that has an S-shaped curve with a concave section at the top and a convex section at the bottom.
The ogee cutter has a cutting edge that is shaped like a quarter-round on the bottom and a cove on the top, which creates the S-shaped curve when the bit is used to cut into wood. Ogee cutters come in a variety of sizes and shapes, with different degrees of curvature and sizes of the concave and convex sections.
Ogee cutters are commonly used in cabinetry, furniture making, and architectural woodworking to add a decorative touch to edges and moldings. They can be used on a wide range of materials, including wood, plastic, and composite materials.