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Raised-Panel Doors

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Start with the frame
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Start with the frame

1 From 3/4" stock, rip to 2-1/4" enough material for parts A and B. Don?t cut them to length yet.

2 Set up your router table as shown in the Machining the Frame drawings at left, and make Cuts 1 and 2.

3 Measure the exact thickness of your main panel (C), and make Cuts 3 and 4 on your tablesaw.

4 Cut the rails and stiles to length. Make them about 1/2" oversize first, then miter-cut to finished length. For repetitive cuts, use a stop on your fence, as shown below.


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You'll get more accurate results on repetitive miter cuts if you cut a matching miter on your stop.


Continued on page 4:  Now size and raise the panel

 

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Comments (9)
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sschmidt21001 wrote:

Can someone look into the link malfunction for the detailed illustrations?

2/17/2014 06:56:30 AM Report Abuse
packer34 wrote:

Raised-Panel Doors illustrations link is wrong!

2/4/2014 12:05:20 AM Report Abuse
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2/1/2014 10:27:09 PM Report Abuse
tommandkay wrote:

An interesting idea. Something worth consideration. The continual pop ups make viewing very difficult and frustrating. One maybe or even two, but if I say no, asking five more times isn't likely to change my mind.

1/31/2014 10:32:52 PM Report Abuse
vfreeck wrote:

I agree we can not all afford router bit kits to do raised panel and this one easy way, I like using cove bits on solid stock for a lesser cost

1/31/2014 03:15:02 PM Report Abuse
racmsc wrote:

Sorry, that is one butt-ugly door.

1/30/2014 11:34:58 PM Report Abuse
jfiffik wrote:

I too appreciate tips on other ways to do things. Making the panels from rough-cut lumber is the cost and time killer on doors. I think I will try this method on some doors in my shop.

1/30/2014 11:46:44 AM Report Abuse
gary_knotts wrote:

I use raised panel bits too but we must keep in mind that not all woodworkers can afford the high priced bits. You do the best you can with what you have. I appreciate tips that can keep the costs of woodworking down.

1/30/2014 11:23:46 AM Report Abuse
Barkuslives wrote:

I bought raised panel bits and can crank out doors way faster than this complex process. You non stop pop ups have me seriously thinking of unsubscribing.

1/30/2014 11:10:43 AM Report Abuse

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