Doors and Drawers
Build your own cabinet doors and drawers in your woodworking shop with these tips and techniques. Learn how to choose the right hinges and drawer slides and how to install them.
Organization is key to keeping track of all your tools in the woodshop.
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Is there a standard rail and stile width for kitchen cabinet doors? I was thinking of using 2" face frame material for the door frames to save milling time, but I think it might look a bit dainty.
I’ve seen two router-bit options for making rail-and-stile joints: matching bit sets and a single combination bit. It seems to me that the matching sets are the better way to go. Any thoughts?
After reading about the effects of moisture on wood movement, I’m reluctant to try tablesawn raised panels. Won’t the wedged edges of the panel spread the grooved stile to the breaking point?