I want to build 8 cathedral-style raised panel pine wardrobe doors to fit a built-in cupboard (each door is 2000mm high, 500mm wide).
I will need to get a raised panel router bit set, preferably with a back-cu tter, including rail and stile cutters. There are a few cheap sets on ebay and Amazon, but mostly Silverline or other similarly cheap brands, which I don't want to get (bitter experience!). The other options that I can see ar e: - Axminster - probably reasonable quality based on other cutters I have, but no back-cutter. - Rutlands - a couple of possibilities, but out of stock. - Freud/CMT - several good 2 or 3 piece sets, but I can't find any stocki sts in the UK. Quite a few US sites (Amazon or independent) stock them for about $160, but import tax and shipping adds another $60 on top. I can't fi nd any stockists in the UK with comparable prices. - Wealden Tools - no complete kits, but you can buy individual cutters. I 've no experience of them though - are they any good?
Can anyone suggest any other brands I should consider that I can get hold o f easily in the UK?