|Forum topic by KevinBlair||posted 213 days ago||1279 views||0 times favorited||9 replies|
213 days ago
Thanks again to everyone who posted in response to my last question about tongue and groove joinery for making doors. After some practice (I need to get a better router table some day) I have started to turn out really nice doors!
I did try to make them on the table saw, but my results were C+/B- level. The router bits and table have me into the A- level and I think I will soon be at the A level.
My next challenge is making doors for 3 corner cabinets (2 upper and 1 lower). How do I determine the width of the doors?
I have looked at the display units at Lowes and Home depot and have purchased the hinge kits from Rockler. My plan has been to make sample/experimental doors from plywood, but other than trial and error, I am not sure how to determine the width of the two doors that make up the corner door.
Thanks in advance for your help! I will post some pictures of the cabinets sometime soon.