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Thanks Stick...had to C&P the link...maybe one of the Admins can hyperize it.

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1 hour ago, Grandpadave52 said:

Thanks Stick...had to C&P the link...maybe one of the Admins can hyperize it.

try this one...

https://www.familyhandyman.com/woodworking/quick-and-easy-cabinet-doors/view-all/

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1 minute ago, Gerald said:

why in creation would you need two mitre gauges to do a crosscut?

 

less deflection...

instant sled...

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Exactly the way I do it, except for cutting the tenons on the router table - cleaner cheek cuts, plus I can leave the TS set up for cutting the grooves (just in case). And, I glue the plywood panels in as there's no concern if wood movement unlike with a solid wood panel.

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1 hour ago, Cal said:

I thought glueing the panel in place was a no-no.

plywood panels is fine...

solid wood.. no...

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2 hours ago, tomp said:

Exactly the way I do it, except for cutting the tenons on the router table - cleaner cheek cuts, plus I can leave the TS set up for cutting the grooves (just in case). And, I glue the plywood panels in as there's no concern if wood movement unlike with a solid wood panel.

The use of an ATB blade on the stub tenons was my only concern.  Does not leave a lot of good surfaces for glue.  Gluing in the plywood will help.   Q&D - quick & dirty accurately describes this.

 

I rarely use a miter gauge -- usually a sliding cross-cut table.

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If making loose panels from ply or solid, space balls or rubberized glass sealing rope will do the trick. No rattles.

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Thank you Stick

I'll keep that for further reference.

I have built doors like that but always looking for better ways to build. 

Might have to give it a try. I have also never glued the plywood in the doors.

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7 minutes ago, Gene Howe said:

Good looking doors, Tom. Fast and easy. Thanks for the pics. 

and then some...

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1 hour ago, Gene Howe said:

If making loose panels from ply or solid, space balls or rubberized glass sealing rope will do the trick. No rattles.

add screen spline to the mix...

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