Now I have the following items.
1. Router table with a 3/4” pattern bit installed in the router.
2. Drawer front
3. Drawer sides
4. Router template/jig
Using your template and drawer side stacked, adjust the bit height so that the cut is a 1/64” too deep (if I set it flush I end up unsatisfied with the fit)
Set the template on the end of the drawer front with the best grain towards the template fence . Then center the front so that the teeth (for lack of a better term) are even, top & bottom. Then clamp in place.
Standing the template on your router table face down, run the drawer front across the bit (I have used a plunge router with the drawer front clamped upright in a vise but, I like moving the drawer front better than moving the router).
-- "Let he who does not work in wood, find something else that's half as good." (can't remember who I'm quoting)