, keep both hands on the pieces as you send them through. You can reuse the pieceof scrap on other pieces and you do not have to go all the way through the scrap piece. This will also help prevent tearout of the piece as it exits the bit which is common on end grain.
I Have the bits but how do I guide the top rail to cut the profile on the end,.
Michael Veach said:Doors are one thing I don't use the Kreg on. I use router bits designed for this with the router mounted in a table. Stile and rail
bits aren't cheep but are a good investment.
I have a home built router table and did not put a slot in it. So, I made a square jig that slides along the front of the table. I installed a toggle clamp to hold the work. squareness of your jig the most important thing. Keep plenty scrap around to test your setups on.
Hi To all you Kreg friends. I built the doors(14 of them} your ideas worked out fine thanks a lot for your assistance.