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#1 posted 03-12-2019 04:17 PM

For clarity; I assume that, because you asked about V-groove and T&G router bits, you are wanting to glue 3/4” walnut edges to your 3/4” plywood. You are not trying to build a floating panel door as Craftsman On The Lake pictured. If I have this correct, then no, you don’t need router bits. However, either will do the job if that is your preference. You can do it easily on the table saw. For me, the easiest would be to cut a center groove in both the plywood edge and the walnut edge and then use a floating spline to glue them together. You could also cut a groove on one piece and a tongue on the other. Either would work fine with the plywood panel. If your center panel were made of solid wood, it would need to be floating as pictured above.


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