|Project by Ken90712||posted 01-18-2011 01:35 AM||2830 views||2 times favorited||25 comments|
Well, as a few of my Buddies on here know, I had a set back with my router making the door panels.
Well I finally got this project done. It’s 3’ high x 4’ wide x 6” deep. I needed a shallow cabinet so my V Drum sander could sit on the counter. This cabinet was practice for me, using some new tools I had bought. I used Summerfelds T&G matched router bit set for the Case & the matched Rasied Panel router bit kit for the doors. So far I’m very impressed with Summerfelds kits.
I had never attempted to make raised panel doors before is why I practiced with a shop cabinet before making two cabinets for a blank Kitchen Wall for Blondie. I bought this wood from Rob at Tule Peak Lumber, man I love it. Rob was correct though stating, “how hard this wood was.” It came from the Mount Palomar fires a cpl years ago and is a cpl hundred yrs old.
I used Gunstock stain on the Red Oak and 7 coats of wipe on poly. No stain used on the door panels.
Hope you like it,
Thx for looking, All comments welcome.
-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"