45 degree chamfer bit in a palm router. If I leave it alone and never move the bit height, I can do matching chamfers everywhere on a project without having to do them all at the same time.
I have a router raiser set up in a dedicated table. It is used for round-overs, splines and dovetails as inserts into boxes; Particularly Veterans burial urns! Its' big claim to fame is that it can be height adjusted from the top which is really nice. Next dedicated tableIi build will feature a side-winder height adjuster.
Just haven't had a need, but if it seemed like the good thing to do I would.
I have several routers. Regular router table, horizontal router table, hand held with 1/8" round over bit and 2 other routers to set upas needed.
Within a project - like doing cabinet doors - raised panel