This is the the second phase of prepping the kitchen cabinet door center panel. Cutting the beadboard on a table saw will even the ends nicely.
This image is taken from a video/article we have on our site called: How To Make Beadboard Kitchen Cabinet Doors
The table saw is used for several different operations when you are building framed bead-board style kitchen cabinet doors. You will use it to rip the stile and rail stock. You will also cut the center panel on the table saw.
After the doors are completely assembled, the long stiles get cut the proper length. The stiles are always longer because they were originally cut over sized. This final step is done on the table saw and will determine the finished size of the beadboard door.