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Divided Light Door Bits

Rail and Stile construction at its most basic consists of five members: the panel and the four members which make up the frame. The vertical members of the frame are called stiles while the horizontal members are known as rails. A basic frame and panel item consists of a top rail, a bottom rail, two stiles, and a panel. This is a common method of constructing cabinet doors and these are often referred to as a five piece door.

In larger panels it is common to divide the panel into one or more sections. To house the extra panels, dividing pieces known as mid rails and mid stiles or muntins are added to the frame.

Muntin or Muntin bar is a strip of wood separating and holding panes of glass in a window. Muntins are also called "glazing bars", "muntin bars", or "sash bars". Muntins can be found in doors, windows and furniture, typically in western styles of architecture. Muntins create a grid system used to divide small panes of glass, called "lights" or "lites", into a single window sash or casement.

Windows with "true divided lights" make use of thin muntins in residential windows, positioned between individual panes of glass.

DIMAR newly developed Divided Light Door Set is unique in essence that it gives you several elegant wood profile to perfectly match with all standard glass thickness.

• Build stunning glass doors with classic style for glass panes.

• Each set includes 3 different elegant profiles to produce
  perfectly matched Rail & Stile and Muntins.

• Adaptable groove thickness: the groove will accommodate glass
  thicknesses of 2mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm.

• Versatile wood thickness: recommended wood thickness is 3/4" 
  however, the set will work well for woods 5/8" to 1" thick.

• The bits cut all composition materials...plywood, hardwoods
  and softwoods.

• Each set contains three actual woodcuts of the included profile, so you
  may decide which profile suits your design beforehand.

• Use on table mounted portable router machines.

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