The solution for the topmolding was to make 17 parallel cuts in different depths with a 0.1mm 10degree V-cutter.
I have applied a single coat of laquer because then it is easier to justify the result.
Another solution could have been using different cutters as with the original but my smallest round nose cutter is 1mm in diameter and the molding is 1.6mm across.
Below is the cutting steps for the original molding.
Screenshot of cad-program with a lot of parallel lines. Every line is placed in its own layer in the drawing because they will be cut in different depths. The drawing has been rotated to match major grain direction of the wood that later will be cut out.
From the drawing the cutting depths is measured and later used in another program that generates the codes for the cnc-machine.
Photo of V-cutter.
Pro: V-cutters are cheap. (A 0.1mm standard cutter costs 40-80USD and breaks when you think about using them.)
Cons: The V-shape of the cut.