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#1 posted 04-24-2012 02:57 AM

I would look at using inset battens on the backs of the doors
to keep them flat. This approach does leave end grain exposed
so you do need to finish it well. The battens can be dovetailed
into the doors and pegged in the center if you want a highly
craftsmanlike appearance. The appearance from the front
will be more modern and clean, like Pono’s veneered example.

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