I was planning to build a set of new kitchen cabinets, in a face frame with cope and stick style doors. Plan A was to use a router table, but I hadn't yet completed a suitable router table. Then I came across a CL listing of an older Craftsman 1/2" shaper that hadn't been used in years, but was at a good price. The shaper needed some updating and accessories, and I'll admit that I had some concern that I was being unrealistic that it would produce a suitable finished product. But I went ahead and purchased some Grizzly cutters, including this C2315 cutter, and a variety of spacers/shims, and set about building a 'test' cabinet and door. There was a bit of a learning curve, but I completed the cabinet, and am very pleased with how it turned out. This cutter performed very well with the Craftsman shaper, even though some might say that the shaper is underpowered by today's standards. The 'finish' of the cut piece is excellent, and the cope/stick mate very well. I had some concern that glue alone (joining the cope and stick door pieces that this cutter made) would not have adequate strength, but the finished 'test' door stood up to my informal stress test. I am now working on the rest of the cabinets with this cutter and things are going well. I'm quite pleased with the price & performance of this cutter and how it works with my shaper.