I spent about 4 hours tonight turning a bunch of rough boards into rail &
stile material for my kitchen doors, drawers and end panels.
Here is the rough stock,
It all had to be face jointed,
And finally ripped into the four different widths I would need for the 22
raised panels required for the kitchen,
Regular doors have a 2-7/16" width rail and stile, the rails of upper
drawers are 1-7/16, side panels stiles next to face frames are 1-11/16 and
side panels that need to be scribed to the walls start out at a really fat
2-15/16 to account for the grossest possible walls. I know that a 1/2" for
scribing is overkill, but better safe than sorry.
The pile looks quite different once it has gone from the rough to finished
I setup a Delta branded CMT fingernail profile stick bit in my JessEm router
The bearing is inline with both fence faces, no rocking of the straight
edge, but the bearing still rolls when I slide the combination square blade
back and fourth.
I then powerfed all the stock through,
Here is what I finished with tonight,
Next up, cut all the stock to length, cope the ends and raise some panels
out of 1/2" MDF.
Thanks for looking,
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