Raised Panel Question

I need to make some raised panels for some shutters. The bevel will be at 15 degrees. When I cut the grooves in the rails and stiles to hold the panels, should I bevel one side of the cut at 15 degrees to match the panel? I'd appreciate knowing if this is the standard practice.
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A beveled panel with no flat tail is a pretty crude panel compared to most modern panel shapes that use shaped cutters. However, it is a good old standard to make beveled panels on the table saw with just such a bevel and no flat. I have made such panels many time and I never beveled the slot. I have never heard of it being done either but it would'nt hurt too much except maybe they would be very sloppy when the panel shrinks a bit in winter.
Just be careful in the sizing to allow for some expansion and use some space balls or something like that.
You could also make a flat on the TS as well, which I have also done.
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Or set up an angled fence across the blade and cut coves into the panel edges, which will create flat tails.
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That is always fun but it makes my nads crawl up a bit everytime I do it and that is my primary indicator that something is dangerous, so I don't do it any more unless there is no other option and a real need for the shape.
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I did that once and it worked well. I have a hard time turning my mind 90 degrees and not making a logical mistake, though.
Thanks for the input.
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