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Raising panels requires a heavy cut. You need to make several passes to complete the job, usually between three and five. To cut down on router wear and tear and to speed up the process, you can bevel the edges of the panel on the table saw to remove most of the waste. Then use the router to clean up the cut.

There's no faster way to produce a lip around your assembled cabinet doors than with a door-lip bit. The hit in use here simultaneously cuts a roundover and a rabbet on the edge of the frame. The rabbet's shoulder has a bevel, so it does it't strike the cabinet face frame when the door is t»pened and closed.

There's no faster way to produce a lip around your assembled cabinet doors than with a door-lip bit. The hit in use here simultaneously cuts a roundover and a rabbet on the edge of the frame. The rabbet's shoulder has a bevel, so it does it't strike the cabinet face frame when the door is t»pened and closed.

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If you arc serious about making cabinet doors but you don't have the bits required, an economical way to get them may be in a set. Several bit makers collect the four or five essential bits in a set. Freud's includes a pair of cope-and-stick bits, a panel-raiser, a door-hp bit, and a glue-joint bit. You choose the cope-and-stick and panel profiles.

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