If you have a TS, this is the way to go unless (of course) you want to
invest in a raised panel bit.
I think it was a recent Wood magazine that had an article about raising
panels on the TS. Actually it's just a matter of scoring a perimeter
line, then tilting the blade to about 15 degrees to intersect the score
line.The article has the jig angle incorporated.
Either way works.
I guess you could accomplish the same with a long straight router bit
but that's a lot of sawdust.
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