I need some advice from the woodworking gods!
I am about to start the build of my heirloom tool cabinet, I am using the plans from fine woodworking and I think its gonna be great. The problem is the door design, its frame and panel doors but they use plywood panels to be glued in place instead of floating door panels, the panels are flush with the rail and stiles of the door to make hanging tools easier and I cant find plywood that Im happy with for this build. My idea is to use thin 1/8 inch panels and glue them together in alternating grain directions simulating plywood. My final thickness I need is 7/8 inch so I could have a multicore ply. Does that sound like a good fix for the wood movement issues?
This is the link to the project so you can get a better idea if needed.
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