The tooling on this page is designed to give the illusion of raised panel door construction in MDF and solid panel doors. These bits, when used individually, produce a nice, simple raised panel effect in one pass. Or use one of the Panel Bits in conjunction with one of the Stile Bits to create a more authentic raised panel reveal. Many different combinations are possible.Although designed for production routing on solid door machines and CNC routers, the addition of a bearing to the shank will allow the hobbyist to cut his pattern by following an edge guide. The guide can be four strips clamped around the perimeter of the door. The top strip may be curved for an arched pattern. Follow the guide and route both profiles. There's no need to move the guide for the second cut. A larger bearing on the panel cutter takes care of the offset. When making the second cut, match the depth setting of the cut to obtain a pattern with a flat bottom - or vary the depth to add an extra distinctive "step" in the bottom of your reveal. Complete the door by adding a door edge pattern around the outside edge.Carbide tipped router bits, all have 1/2" shanks.D = Diameter; CL = Cutting Length; R = Radius; SH = Shank Diameter; OL = Overall Length.