As Christmas quickly approaches I’ve been scrambling to get 12 cutting boards order’s done along with working.
Southern California has been colder than normal for the last cpl weeks. Of course, I realize were spoiled and it’s not really cold compare to other areas. We have been in the low 40’s and 50’s thus creating the salad bowl finish taking alot longer to set up than normal. I was forced to bring the boards inside the sports room to finish them up. Blondie loves this, lol.
Sorry I was rambling,,,,, I cut and routered the lower cabinets 4 rasied panel doors. I used Summerfeld’s raised panel router bit set that I have owned for a few yrs now. I am a big fan of there items. I bought the easy-set which has made set up a breeze and cuts alot of time normally wasted on set-up.
I’ve dry fitted the doors and have a cpl small adjustments and final sanding to do. We haven’t come up with a color yet on the stain for this project which puts me on hold for putting the doors together. I need to stain the raised panels before assembly due to expansion and contraction preventing unfinished wood showing its evil eye.
Friday I received summerfeld’s glass door router bit set. I really like what they came up with on how the glass panel is locked in placed with a rubber grommet then snaps in. I’ve done doors with small moulding holding the glass in as well as the clips. When I watched the video I was like this is what I want to do on the glass doors for the upper cabinet.
Well time to get off the couch and play in the woodshop some, the smiles are my way of marking the faces. Shop teacher taught me this in high school.
Thx for looking all comments are welcome.
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