I'm having a go at making my own skirting boards. The attached pic is the style I'm after, old victorian style with a rebate around a third down and moulding on top. I've got plenty of MDF boards lying around so I figured I would cut them to size and glue pine moulding on top, after its primed and painted you can't tell its two pieces. Thing is I want to acheive the rebate cut on front which is about 2-3mm in, marked red in pic. How can I achieve this rebate cut without using a router and only using a table saw? My saw blade is about 2.8mm thick and goes about 70mm high so can I pass the boards through upright? Pressed tightly against the fence?