You don't have to use the router at all for raised panels.
You can cut the panels completely on the tablesaw, giving a raised panel.
First you set your fence so the size of your field. And score the panel
Then you set your panel on edge and set the blade to come out just short
Your method may or may not work depending on the style of bit. It could
Google search and you tube search for cutting raised panels on the table
On 3/31/2012 9:26 PM, Duesenberg wrote:
> specifically how to make the panels themselves.
> I'm a student at a community taking a once a week evening cabinet making
> I've decided to make my own raised panel doors out of poplar but I have
> The school teaches the method of using a specific router bit but the
> I'm reluctant to buy and provide my own bit for cost reasons, so what if
> I want to make 16 doors in total with many panels being about 16 to 20
> Anyone ever try this method before and what sort of results did you get.
> Thanks for the advice.
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