Raised-Panel Cabinet Doors with a Table Saw

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Cove-StyleAs with the slab-style cabinet doors mentioned in an earlier post, new cabinet doors can dramatically change the look of a kitchen. In North America, the most common type of cabinet door is the raised panel door, the name of which is a misnomer. The panel isn’t actually raised-it just appears to be raised. Instead, the edges of the center panel are recessed to create the illusion of a raised center of the panel.

Most woodworkers would choose a router table with a panel raising bit set to create the cove edges of the panels, but did you know that you can do a very effective job with just your table saw? Learn the trick in this article on Raised-Panel Cabinet Doors with a Table Saw.

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