Below is a picture of a cross section of a cabinet door.  The S-PANEL, the piece on the left of the picture below is a raised panel and the other piece in the picture is that of a rail or stile. The #3 represents the inside edge profile and the B-3 represents the outside edge profile.


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Cope and Stick Raised Panel Doors

Inside edge profile
The second choice you will have to make is what type of inside edge you would like.  As represented as #3 in the picture above, this profile will determine the inside edge of your rails and stiles.  Some of the inside edge profiles have matching outside edge profiles, this doesn't mean that you must use a matching inside edge profile, it just lets you know that it's available. You will need to save this information as you go through these pages for us to give you an accurate quote as to the price per square foot for the door style you have chosen.
At this point you have chosen a Cope and Stick door with a raised panel. Once you choose one of the inside edge profiles above click here to move on to choose your center panel profile or click next below. The center panel profile page will open in a new tab so you can compare your choices.
Inside edge profiles
Inside edge profile
Inside edge profiles
Inside edge profiles
Inside edge profiles
Inside edge profiles
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