|Forum topic by Ben||posted 335 days ago||504 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
335 days ago
OK, so I want to do in my kitchen cabinets is make a flat panel solid wood door (1/2”- 5/8” thick with reverse raise) and an inner edge profile (cope and stick).
So, I like the cove and bead look, see example here:
My mom has an old passage door in her house with this profile and I really like how it looks. However, I measured her door and this is what I got:
I think hers a larger profile. I really like the deep relief/inset look. I’m pretty sure the typical router bits would not get me that 1/2” deep (tall) cut. Am I mistaken?
Here are the specs on those EA bits and I can’t figure out what I want to know:
So, is there a way for me to achieve this look with a cabinet door? I don’t mind going 1”- 1 1/8” thick. In fact I prefer that and tend to think of 3/4” – 7/8” doors looking “dinky” and flimsy.
Hope I made any sense with all this.