If you don’t have a router table you can still have the look of raised panel doors by using your trim router to make faux raised panel doors. Follow along at the link to see how to do it.
These diamond divided lights are usually seen in cabinet doors either for a kitchen or freestanding cabinet. Now you can build your own using the free step-by-step detailed instructions at the link.
Build your own raised panel doors using this complete step-by-step tutorial. Lot of pictures as well to help guide you through the process.
Build your own Shaker cabinet doors using this free tutorial. All you need is oak strips, plywood, wood glue and a table saw.
At the link you can download the free plans to build your own tongue and groove cabinet doors.
Build your own flat panel cabinet doors using this free tutorial. You can use 1/4 inch plywood or beadboard for the panel.
Build Shaker style cabinet doors with beadboard panels with these instructions. Shaker style doors are easy to build using basic tools like a table saw, router and miter saw.
This is probably the easiest way I have found to build strong (inset panel) cabinet doors.
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a raised panel door which can be constructed using a table saw and router table with stile and rail bits. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online.
At the link scroll down the page and find Issue 32. I like to cut raised panels with the table saw, and there are a couple of thing, I do to end up with smooth, clean bevels and shoulders.