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Cutting raised panels on a table saw. This panel-raising jig rides on the saw fence.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER May-Jun 1989 (v.5#3) pg. 33

Mitered sticking. A time-honored frame-and-panel construction technique you can do on your table saw.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #50 Feb 1996 pg. 58

Panel raising bits. Advice on the selection and use of the two styles of router bits (horizontal or vertical) which cut professional-looking profiles on panel edges.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #52 Jun 1996 pg. 52
Correction AMERICAN WOODWORKER #54 Oct 1996 pg. 6

Table saw production of frame-and-panel assemblies. Includes instructions for making a panel-raising jig and a duplicate parts jig.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #70 Dec 1998 pg. 66

Raise panels safely using your router table. Build three fixtures that will give you more control and protection. (1) Box fence for horizontal bits features built-in dust collector. (2) Tall fence for vertical bits features built-in dust collector. (3) Pivot arm router table holds vertical bits horizontally for easier use. Also has built-in dust collector.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #73 Jun 1999 pg. 39

Coved doors on the table saw. Make beautiful raised panels with the traditional scooped-out profile without a router table and expensive bits.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #95 Sep 2002 pg. 34

Frame-and-panel construction technique uses floating tenons which are easy to make. A bearing-equipped wing-cutter router bit is used to cut the panel grooves in the rails and stiles.
CANADIAN HOME WORKSHOP Jun 2002 (v.25#8) pg. 18

Building a raised cushion panel with a minimum of tools.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Mar 1996 (v.19#6) pg. 16

Alternative method for cutting raised panels on a table saw involves running the panels sideways through the saw.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #388 May 1998 (v.48#5) pg. 19

Traditional cabinetry from a modern material. How to make paint-grade raised-panel assemblies from MDF (medium-density fiberboard).
FINE HOMEBUILDING #107 Feb-Mar 1997 pg. 66
Added Info FINE HOMEBUILDING #110 Jun-Jul 1997 pg. 8

The frame and panel system of construction. A consideration of proportion and pattern, plus fabrication of the frame and panel.
FINE WOODWORKING #23 Jul-Aug 1980 pg. 55

How to cut raised panels with a router.
FINE WOODWORKING #45 Mar-Apr 1984 pg. 10
Correction FINE WOODWORKING #47 Jul-Aug 1984 pg. 12

How to produce panels with long-tapered bevels on your jointer.
FINE WOODWORKING #58 May-Jun 1986 pg. 10

Make fluted panels on the table saw using a simple angled fence.
FINE WOODWORKING #67 Nov-Dec 1987 pg. 8
Added Info FINE WOODWORKING #71 Jul-Aug 1988 pg. 10

Panel-raising by hand. Using hand tools to construct panel-and-frame assemblies for architectural woodwork and furniture.
FINE WOODWORKING #67 Nov-Dec 1987 pg. 65

Fixture to expedite making 1/2"-thick beveled panels on a table saw.
FINE WOODWORKING #68 Jan-Feb 1988 pg. 8

Adjustable fixture for beveling panels with a router.
FINE WOODWORKING #68 Jan-Feb 1988 pg. 8
Added Info FINE WOODWORKING #70 May-Jun 1988 pg. 18

Beveled ramp facilitates the cutting of raised panels on the jointer and is much easier and safer than other methods.
FINE WOODWORKING #82 May-Jun 1990 pg. 22

Frame-and-panel carcases. A classic solution for sound construction. Basic dimensions for a double cabinet and a blanket chest are also shown.
FINE WOODWORKING #85 Nov-Dec 1990 pg. 87

Tip on using the table saw to cut a groove to accept a plywood panel.
FINE WOODWORKING #89 Jul-Aug 1991 pg. 24

Machining raised panels. Topics covered include table sawn panels, router- or shaper-cut panels, panel design, fitting the panel to frame, and beveling panels by hand.
FINE WOODWORKING #94 May-Jun 1992 pg. 65
Correction FINE WOODWORKING #96 Sep-Oct 1992 pg. 8 (Shaper locknut)
Added Info FINE WOODWORKING #97 Nov-Dec 1992 pg. 4 (Shaper locknut)
Added Info FINE WOODWORKING #99 Mar-Apr 1993 pg. 4 (Shaper locknut)
Added Info FINE WOODWORKING #100 May-Jun 1993 pg. 16 (Shaper locknut)

Where rail meets stile. How to machine or apply traditional mitered sticking (decorative molding) around the inside of the frame on a frame-and-panel assembly.
FINE WOODWORKING #98 Jan-Feb 1993 pg. 66

How to cut concave bevels on a raised panel using a table saw fitted with a dado head and an auxiliary fence.
FINE WOODWORKING #99 Mar-Apr 1993 pg. 12

Tip on using a band saw to remove most of the waste before profiling the edge of a raised panel on a shaper.
FINE WOODWORKING #115 Nov-Dec 1995 pg. 22

Special dado and table saw blade techniques to make pierced panels, carved surface panels, double spirals, etc.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #445 Jun 1965 (v.61) pg. 124

Bench-saw know-how. Part 4. Making raised panels, kerfing, compound cutting, faceting, and pattern sawing.
POPULAR MECHANICS Oct 1972 (v.138#4) pg. 166

Tips on fitting a panel into a tight groove.
POPULAR MECHANICS Aug 1977 (v.148#2) pg. 111

Make raised paneling on a circular table saw with two cuts.
POPULAR SCIENCE Mar 1966 (v.188#3) pg. 153

Raised panel construction. The emphasis is on using hand methods, including a panel plane, raising plane, and badger plane.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #72 May 1993 (v.12#6) pg. 18

How to make raised panels with a table saw.
PRACTICAL HOMEOWNER Sep 1986 (v.1#1) pg. 86

Frame-and-panel assembly using the stub tenon and groove method.
SHOPNOTES #5 Sep 1992 (v.1) pg. 22

Raised panel jig. Use a router, an ordinary straight bit, and this simple jig to route both rectangular and curved raised panels.
SHOPNOTES #7 Jan 1993 (v.2) pg. 4

Jig for using vertical raised panel bits incorporates an 8" tall fence, vacuum pickup and a pair of featherboards.
SHOPNOTES #9 May 1993 (v.2) pg. 6

Jig for assembling frame-and-panel panels so they are perfectly square.
SHOPNOTES #11 Sep 1993 (v.2) pg. 28

Basic raised-panel construction techniques.
WOOD MAGAZINE #5 Jun 1985 (v.2#3) pg. 43

Make raised panels with only your table saw.
WOOD MAGAZINE #36 Aug 1990 (v.7#4) pg. 72

How to create cabinet panels that match each other in a cathedral or "V" pattern.
WOOD MAGAZINE #45 Sep 1991 (v.8#6) pg. 48

Low-cost way to make raised panels on a router table requires only a straight bit and a simple jig.
WOOD MAGAZINE #84 Dec 1995 (v.12#9) pg. 14

Tall router-table fence with guide bar supports work pieces when they are stood on edge, such as when cutting panels with vertical panel-raising bits.
WOOD MAGAZINE #95 Feb 1997 (v.14#2) pg. 16

Texas-size table saw fence. An extra-tall auxiliary fence is useful when cutting raised panels in the upright position.
WOOD MAGAZINE #120 Winter 1999 (v.16#9) pg. 16

Plunge-routing basics and six jigs. (1) Mortising jig. (2) Fluting, slot and dado routing jig. (3) Keyhole-routing jig. (4) Jig to bore a series of identically-spaced holes. (5) Jig for making raised panels. (6) Circle-cutting trammel and template for routing holes up to 6" diameter.
WOOD MAGAZINE #123 Apr 2000 (v.17#3) pg. 56, Insert
Correction WOOD MAGAZINE #128 Nov 2000 (v.17#8) pg. 10 (Keyhole-routing jig)

Raised panels. Designing and building beautiful doors and bulkheads for boats.
WOODENBOAT #99 Mar-Apr 1991 pg. 86

How to do frame and panel construction, a common application of the mortise and tenon joint.
WOODSMITH #8 Mar 1980 pg. 6

Easy jig for cutting raised panels on a table saw.
WOODSMITH #20 Mar 1982 pg. 3

Frame and panel construction techniques which utilize solid-wood frames and plywood panels. This allows the use of shorter (stub) tenons without sacrificing strength.
WOODSMITH #29 Sep-Oct 1983 pg. 22

Cutting an arched top raised panel on a table saw.
WOODSMITH #48 Dec 1986 pg. 20

Raised panel cutting. (1) Table saw method. (2) Router table method.
WOODSMITH #53 Oct 1987 pg. 10

Tip: Use self-sticking foam insulation tape in grooves of frames to keep undersized panels from rattling.
WOODSMITH #63 Jun 1989 pg. 3

Making and using a simple "rub arm" or fence which allows arched raised panels to be cut on a router table using less-expensive bits.
WOODSMITH #67 Feb 1990 pg. 16

Frame-and-panel construction using the stub tenon and groove technique.
WOODSMITH #74 Apr 1991 pg. 12

Shop made base for a router is used to lightly chamfer the inside edges of an assembled frame-and-panel unit.
WOODSMITH #76 Aug 1991 pg. 17

A tall, angled fence is used with a router table to cut raised panels with a straight bit.
WOODSMITH #81 Jun 1992 pg. 5

Making the double groove frame-and-panel joint.
WOODSMITH #81 Jun 1992 pg. 23

Cutting solid-wood raised panels on the table saw.
WOODSMITH #87 Jun 1993 (v.15) pg. 17

Technique for determining the exact length of each side of a mitered frame to fit around a panel.
WOODSMITH #91 Feb 1994 (v.16) pg. 16

Saddle jig fits over and slides along a table saw rip fence. Ideal for clamping to when cutting the edges of raised panels.
WOODSMITH #99 Jun 1995 (v.17) pg. 16

How to create an interlocking double groove joint for frame-and-panel construction.
WOODSMITH #104 Apr 1996 (v.18) pg. 12

Tip on preventing raised panels from rattling around in their frames, expecially during dry seasons.
WOODSMITH #124 Aug 1999 (v.21) pg. 4

Jig for routing stopped chamfers on the inside edges of frames in frame-and-panel construction.
WOODSMITH #125 Oct 1999 (v.21) pg. 18

Raising a panel by hand. Cutting a raised or fielded panel by hand using a rabbet plane. Getting the correct angle is facilitated by pre-cutting field lines and lip lines to the correct depth.
WOODWORK #10 Summer 1991 pg. 81

The craft of cabinetmaking. Essential techniques of frame-and-paneling is discussed.
WOODWORKER #1096 Mar 1985 (v.89) pg. 211
Added Info WOODWORKER #1098 May 1985 (v.89) pg. 399

Jig for bevelling and fielding panels with a router.
WOODWORKER May 1989 (v.93#5) pg. 433

Raised panel construction. How to reduce the tendency of solid-wood raised panels to warp. Alternative joints for attaching raised panels.
WOODWORKER Oct 1990 (v.94#10) pg. 1026

Reflections on glass. Part 1. Techniques for fitting and securing glass panels (clear or mirror) into rebated frames.
WOODWORKER Jun 1992 (v.96#6) pg. 60

Reflections on glass. Part 2. Making scratch tools for the production of glazing beads.
WOODWORKER Jul 1992 (v.96#7) pg. 84

Frame and panel joint with decorative bevel is a variation on the mortise and haunched tenon joint.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1982 (v.6#4) pg. 26

Use a small dowel to anchor the top and bottom centerpoints of floating panels in frame-and-panel construction.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Sep-Oct 1985 (v.9#5) pg. 62

Making the mitered bead frame and panel.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Nov-Dec 1986 (v.10#6) pg. 22

Making a cove-edged raised panel using the core-box bit method.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Nov-Dec 1988 (v.12#6) pg. 17

Panel retainer disk system. Attractive wooden disks and short screws are used to retain panels within a frame. Ideally suited for holding a mirror in a frame, a bulletin board in a frame, a panel in a frame, etc.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL May-Jun 1989 (v.13#3) pg. 12

Tip on cutting raised panels on a table saw so that the stock is kept flat and at right angles throughout the cut.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1990 (v.14#4) pg. 54

The frame and panel. How to fabricate the frame using morsise-and-tenon joints and install the panel. Details for making a grooved frame and panel, and a rabbeted frame and panel.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Nov-Dec 1991 (v.15#6) pg. 32

How to make raised panels with a 1" cove cutter in a molding head on a table saw.
WORKBENCH Sep-Oct 1978 (v.34#5) pg. 87

Forming raised panels on a table saw.
WORKBENCH Nov-Dec 1979 (v.35#6) pg. 136

Stub tenon and grove joinery. A joinery technique to use in frame-and-panel construction as an alternative to a full mortise-and-tenon joint.
WORKBENCH Apr 1997 (v.53#2) pg. 34