I love using my No. 48 to make grooves for door panels. When I’m making thin styles and rail (1 3/8″) I still don’t have a great way to hold the work. If you have a magic trick, please share. Any way, the door is starting to shape up.
Above are the steps I went through to finish up the doors. Again the doors are simply set into place using the hinges as spacers. I thought I was going to be able to get to the hinges today, but no luck.
Next hinges, 3 more drawers, the pull out shelf, the key board shelf and then on to assembly.
Many miles to go before I sleep.
This weekend I got a little bit of time to work more on the doors. Frames are made of the straightest grain cherry I could find. I used haunched tenons so that I could run the grooves from end to end of both the rails and the styles.
I can’t wait to see how the curly cherry panels look in these frames.
(As always you can right click on the pictures to make them bigger)