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I need some tips for cabinet doors. (how to put them together)

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What kind of doors .Raised panel or what
Trying to build doors in the wilderness. Plain panel

Jens Jensen said:
What kind of doors .Raised panel or what
I am using a cedar faced ply for the panel and a cedar frame.

Joseph Haynes said:
Trying to build doors in the wilderness. Plain panel

Jens Jensen said:
What kind of doors .Raised panel or what
Well you could just run a rabbit around inside of frame (ugly) or dado the center of your frame and assemble that way.
What is a rabbit and a dado. Novice as to terminology

Jens Jensen said:
Well you could just run a rabbit around inside of frame (ugly) or dado the center of your frame and assemble that way.
This might be somewhat helpful.
http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/364507/building_frame_and_...

Try a few searches on YouTube as well... I know there are lots of helpful videos out there.
Bob sent you some great info on rabbits and dados Good advice there

Good luck

Joseph Haynes said:
What is a rabbit and a dado. Novice as to terminology

Jens Jensen said:
Well you could just run a rabbit around inside of frame (ugly) or dado the center of your frame and assemble that way.


for some reason the other site would not open for me so here is another one

Jens Jensen said:
Bob sent you some great info on rabbits and dados Good advice there

Good luck

Joseph Haynes said:
What is a rabbit and a dado. Novice as to terminology

Jens Jensen said:
Well you could just run a rabbit around inside of frame (ugly) or dado the center of your frame and assemble that way.
I dont think this is going to fly either Let me no
Doors are one thing I don't use the Kreg on. I use router bits designed for this with the router mounted in a table. Stile and rail
bits aren't cheep but are a good investment.
I Have the bits but how do I guide the top rail to cut the profile on the end,.
Joseph

Michael Veach said:
Doors are one thing I don't use the Kreg on. I use router bits designed for this with the router mounted in a table. Stile and rail
bits aren't cheep but are a good investment.

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