As I was looking at the router bit sets (CMT at this time), I am learning
I like the OGEE style for the stile and COVE style for the raised panel.
There are three raised panel styles I found myself: OGEE, COVE, and FLAT
(I just call it "flat" since there isn't a name for it?). My brother-in-
law has both ogee for the stiles and panels, I didn't like it. So, if I
had moola to spend right now, I would buy CMT 800.517.11 (that would be
ogee stile and cove panel).
The reason I am bringing this up in here is because I am trying to look
for a "match" for smaller style, like CMT 800.524.11. I am trying to find
something to do a (total) 5" wide door (technically it won't be a door)
that would match the rest of the other doors. Or am I making a big deal
out of this?
CMT 800.524.11 has FLAT panel and ROUNDOVER stile
CMT 800.517.11 has COVE panel and OGEE stile
I know I could buy individual bits, which will require a credit card.
BTW, how come some panel cutter do not have a "back cutter"? Is it
another personel preferences? That means the panel will stick out more
while a "back cutter" will produce more even stile/panel? That's the
I have to yet buy (or make?) panel template (I like Roman style, maybe
will consider Cathedral for a kitchen). Who knows, I might change what I
like with bit styles, just that the bits are expensive.