|Forum topic by lazyoakfarm||posted 02-11-2013 08:18 PM||1048 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
02-11-2013 08:18 PM
Using the Katana Shaker rail and style bit set 18837 and the Ogee 18847 I am getting chip out using both bits on the decorative side of the groove on the styles.
I am using 3/4 poplar that I milled from rough cut stock
I have seen some videos where they take a very lite pass first. I did not try this because I remembered it in the middle of the night. Should you do this in a couple of passes?
PC router sits in an Incra router table and set to slowest speed, then tried turning it up a couple notches to see if there was a difference and there was not.
Out of 5 doors, i would say only 2 or 3 styles came out perfect with a nice sharp decorative edge at the groove. I could not really tell if there was any grain differences to speak of.
This is my first attempt at making raised panel doors and was watching the complete woodworking series DVD from WWGOA. This video series is really good for me. I only wish they would include part numbers for the tools they are using to make it easier to compare them to others. Maybe I will do a review on the DVD.
Didn’t think to bring some pictures,,, tomorrow maybe if necessary