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How do people do the grooves that hold the raised panels in a 6 panel door.
I put a half inch wide dado so far.... they are only a quarter inch deep...is this enough? If I use a standard panel ogee bit on both sides of my panel blanks
.. what thickness
would I have to start with in order to have a shaved down edge that fits a half inch groove.?? Any info from door makers appreciated.
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HI rout1111

Your making a easy job to hard,, just use a standard R & S set, or a T & G SET , it will do all the work for you..

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How do people do the grooves that hold the raised panels in a 6 panel door.
I put a half inch wide dado so far.... they are only a quarter inch deep...is this enough? If I use a standard panel ogee bit on both sides of my panel blanks
.. what thickness
would I have to start with in order to have a shaved down edge that fits a half inch groove.?? Any info from door makers appreciated.



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