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3 pc.bookcase cabinet series #11: Raised Panel Door labor of love, 5 to go

12-18-2020 09:19 PM by oldguy2 | 2 comments »

And after many reasons for delays, I completed the 6 poplar panels slightly oversized. Checked the frames. notice each frame is a bridle joint with tongue and groove joint and a notch in the corner for the panel. I used a table saw for the tenons and groove since this poplar proved so hard on my router bits. Each frame was labeled and corners labeled. I have a vertical panel raising bit and you increment the fence back after a pass to get the depth you want. ...

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Dual Miter Saw station #6: Making/attaching the doors

11-11-2016 09:48 PM by Tooch | 3 comments »

After finishing the face frame, I knew it was time to build some doors to make the station look a little more complete and also keep dust out. Because of the shop vacs, the plan is to only build 5 doors, that way there will still be enough airflowfor the vacuum to work properly. The first step was to route a bunch of pieces for the frame. When cutting a bunch of pieces that need to be the same measurements, I find it’s easiest to stack them up and cut all at once. Afte...

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