Router Ogee Panel Raiser 2" x 1/2" 1/4" Shank KP404011 - Protech
By allowing the wood panel to float, it can expand and contract without damaging the door. A typical panel would be cut to allow 5 mm between itself and the bottom of the groove in the frame.
A raised panel has a profile cut into its edge so that the panel surface is flush with or proud of the frame. Some popular profiles are the ogee, chamfer, and scoop or cove.
This router bit is for machining of traditional panels & frame doors with heavy duty routers mounted in fixed positions, either inverted or overhead. These Raised Panel cutters perform best at lower speeds. They are all suitable for use on natural timbers and MDF (medium density fibre board).