For those of you that make raised panel doors, do you use spacers to allow for expansion or do you let the panel free float? I've heard they make a rubber spacer that you put in the slot and would like to hear what everyone else prefers doing?
Also, if you use 1/4" plywood verses a raised panel, do you use a spacer?
David is right. I once asked the Manager of the local Home Centre why I always had so much trouble finding good grades of lumber in the store. His responce is they were a home supply store and not a hobby supply store. I found a nice supplier of good quality wood and have not been back to the Home Centre since.
DAVID CZUPRYN said:
If you're looking for a faucet,or potted plant......go to a home center. If you're looking for custom made plywood,go to a custom wood supplier,like a cabinet maker would do.
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