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Hey I am look for a cheap jig or how to build one to make fake raised panel doors for some painted cabinets . I use to buy them from a larger shop , they have went out of bussiness . Any help would be appreated. Thank Terry
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Hi Terry

You can by a jig or make your own, see below



Woodhaven 5380K MDF Door Kit

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G’day Terry

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Terry, you have PM.

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