HD Download | SD Download

29 – Making Raised Panels

Added on October 11, 2007

After months of being harassed by my mother, its finally time to finish her laundry room cabinets. With the cases already installed, all that’s left to do is make the frame and panel doors. The wood of choice here is hickory. The weapon of choice? Router bits. Big ones! So come with me on this little adventure as we learn some basic techniques for making a very important component of modern-day cabinetry, the raised-panel door.

Rockler Rail Coping Jig Rockler Rail Coping Jig
For rail and stile doors. Allows you to easily make clean cope cuts without blowouts. Perfect for narrow cross-grain rail cuts.

Rockler Rail Coping Jig

Written by Marc Spagnuolo

Marc is the host of The Wood Whisperer and author of Hybrid Woodworking.

Advertisement

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Advertisement