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#1 posted 04-25-2010 03:29 PM

Yes, depending on your joinery, and your methods, you might have to stop the rabbet so it doesn’t show. If your haunched tenon allows for the rabbet, then you don’t have to stop the rabbet. I recently bought a rabbeting bit for my router than has different sized bearings to make the rabbet on the inside all the way around after it’s all glued up, so I don’t have to worry stopping the rabbets anymore.

If you’re not using a beveled mirror, things are a lot easier. There are clips designed specifically to hold glass and mirrors from the inside of the door. Norm put a matching species plywood panel on the inside of his medicine cabinet to hide the back of the mirror and to make it look cleaner.

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