Here's a tip or two..
Pop the cope bit in the router table 1st,use the bearing on the bit to line it up with the fence, once you have that done clamp a stop block behind the fence to the table top, this will save you some time for the next cut.
Once you have it set move the bit up or down so you have about 1/8" left on the stock at the bottom of the cut..
The next little trick to to use wider stock , that's say if you want to end up with 2 7/16" wide parts use 5" wide stock,if you don't have wide stock just glue it up to the 5 1/2" min. it's no big deal it's going to be cut down in time anyway.
Now make your cope cut on the end of the 5" wide stock on both ends.
Now put the other cutter in the router table and use the stop block you put in place to set the bit up to the fence.
Now make the bead cut on all the parts to the frame, once you have that done now rip the stock to size ( 2 7/16" wide ) by using wider stock the rip job will take off any rip out if you have any on the ends.
You should have all parts to the door frame after the rip job on the table saw...
Note don't remove your stop block until you have all the doors frames made, make one extra door frame just in case you have a error with one of the parts..
Note you can use the cope cut to set the bead cutter up for the right height..just side it up the bead cutter and adjust it just a little bit if needed..
I have a Freud rail and stile router bit set and am having trouble setting it up. Any tips for a novice?