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Hi Folks - I'm about to attempt my first shot at cabinet making by trying to replicate one of my kitchen doors. I'm hoping someone can assure me I'm buying the right bit(s) from MLCS!

I've attached pictures of my existing door and looking to purchase an Ogee Fillet raised panel bit (2-3/4 - 1/2 shank). Does this look like the right bit?

I'm also looking at the Mission Style Fillet bit which I'm 99% sure is what was used for the rail/stile. The doors have applied molding which I've come quite close to matching at my local mill. I'm hoping the ogee panel with fit this rail/stile?

Any advice is appreciated! Thanks!
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I would say that's not the right bit...it will make a step in the panel...then in order to avoid that you would need to lower the bit and then the panel will be too large to fit in the rail and stile without cutting the back.

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Thanks Nick. Any ideas on what type of bit I should be searching out for? Is that an Ogee profile?
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Which bit are you taking about the panel or the rail and stile bit?

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I'm concerned about the panel bit and matching the shape. I'm pretty sure they used a mission style bit for the rail/stile.
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I don't believe it to be either...
what Herb says or are you looking for the whole shebang...

Freud 3 Piece Raised Panel Door Sets -justfreud.com
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I'd love to find a set to recreate the both the panel and the rails/stile but I assumed that was not possible. If anyone has suggestions of what type of bit for both it would be appreciated. Since there is molding around the door as well I believe the rail/stile is some type of a mission style bit. Thanks again.

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I'd love to find a set to recreate the both the panel and the rails/stile but I assumed that was not possible. If anyone has suggestions of what type of bit for both it would be appreciated. Since there is molding around the door as well I believe the rail/stile is some type of a mission style bit. Thanks again.

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Stick - Yes thank you. I guess the closest I'm going to get would be Freud# 97-260 (last set of bits on that page) ? Its really hard to tell exactly what the rail/stile will look like from that angle of the picture.
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Stick - Yes thank you. I guess the closest I'm going to get would be Freud# 97-260 (last set of bits on that page) ? Its really hard to tell exactly what the rail/stile will look like from that angle of the picture.
and before I forget again...
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cut a profile/template on piece of paper so the your mind's eye can see it better...
that molding on the door appears to be conventional..
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