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Catamaran Cupboard Door Remake... #5: Mortise and tenon...

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Blog entry by degoose posted 10-30-2010 10:49 PM 1732 reads 0 times favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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I know that it is a while since I have posted more on this project… halfway throughout the build using cope and stick frame joinery….change of plan from customer…
Now I have to make the doors with mortise and tenon… so yesterday I cut the 98 mortises and 98 tenons and got ready to bevel the inside edges and cut the groove for the panel…This was after remilling all the frame material..
Good thing though… I managed to book match all the inside stiles for the pairs of doors and cut all the rails so that they flow across the doors…Still a lot more work… which the customer has offered extra payment…

-- Drink twice... and don't bother to cut... @ lazylarrywoodworks.com.au For lovers of all things timber...



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jockmike2

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#1 posted 10-30-2010 11:57 PM

WOW, I DON’T KNOW IF I’D BEEN THAT NICE ABOUT IT. YOU HAVE THE EQUIPMENT THOUGH. NICE SAVE. WHAT A GUY!

-- (You just have to please the man in the Mirror) Mike from Michigan -

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stefang

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#2 posted 10-31-2010 12:07 AM

Hi Larry. The doors frames look good and will be better with M/T joints.

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.

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ellen35

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#3 posted 10-31-2010 01:07 AM

Only 98??? You should have those done in about an hour with that Torque!! ;-))

-- "Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good." Voltaire

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matt garcia

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#4 posted 10-31-2010 02:18 AM

You’ll never forget how to do ‘em now!!!

-- Matt Garcia Wannabe Period Furniture Maker, Houston TX

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moonls

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#5 posted 10-31-2010 03:46 AM

What a nice job and certainly a lot of work! Are those louvered panels that you are going to install. Did you make them as well? I’m asking because last May I made a louver door for my husband’s boat. It seems that making a louver panel looks easier than routing all the grooves for each slat separately. Thanks for any info on this.

-- Lorna, Cape Cod

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CaptainSkully

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#6 posted 10-31-2010 11:00 AM

This is SO much better than the guy who bought the teak louvered cabinet door at West Marine and posted it as a project! Nicely done sir…

-- You can't control the wind, but you can trim your sails

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Napaman

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#7 posted 10-31-2010 06:09 PM

What Chris???

Nice job goose…

-- Matt--Proud LJ since 2007

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sras

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#8 posted 11-01-2010 05:07 PM

I was wondering how this was going! Seems like your client understands to cost of a reset – at least I hope so. I’m looking forward to seeing the final installation! Thanks for the update.

-- Steve - Impatience is Expensive

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eddy

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#9 posted 11-02-2010 03:15 PM

good save finished job should look great

-- self proclaimed copycat

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