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Has anyone attempted to build shaker style cabinet doors with a Kreg Jig?  The process is simple and I have started a few doors, but I would like some feedback from someone who has done this before.  My frames are made of 1X3 pine and the centers 1/2" ply.  All of my doors will be primed and painted.  My only issue with the build so far is the amount of finish time filling in holes.  Otherwise I love the final product, solid, clean edges and decent weight.  I would like to see pics of someone else's final product. 

Chris

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