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Question Bosch Ogee Rail and Stile Bit Set setup?

I bought this bit set from a friend who never used it. The only problem is that he lost the setup sheet for the bits. As I have never done any panel work and want to build some inexpensive doors for my garage cabinets, I thought I would use these bits to add a little extra trim look rather than just tonge and grooved insets. Can someone tell me how to reference the height on the stile bit once I have cut the rail? I am not sure what cutting edge I must reference the height to and since I will be using a coping sled, I really am not sure other than burning up a bunch of wood to build some set up template blocks.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Hi gxbluewave

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I bought this bit set from a friend who never used it. The only problem is that he lost the setup sheet for the bits. As I have never done any panel work and want to build some inexpensive doors for my garage cabinets, I thought I would use these bits to add a little extra trim look rather than just tonge and grooved insets. Can someone tell me how to reference the height on the stile bit once I have cut the rail? I am not sure what cutting edge I must reference the height to and since I will be using a coping sled, I really am not sure other than burning up a bunch of wood to build some set up template blocks.

Any help would be appreciated.


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