Published at Friday, October 26th 2018. by Bobbie Wood in Bathroom Vanity.
So I measured the opening and then took those dimensions and subtracted a quarter of an inch from each one. I'M going to go ahead and cut this down to length on the miter saw and then head over to the table saw to rip it down to its final height or width, whatever you want to call it. So now that I have the rails and styles ripped down to the proper width and the styles cut down to the length I've already switched out, the blade on my table saw from just a standard blade to a dado blade.
This is going to be a quarter inch with a dado blade and that's going to. Let me cut the groove to set the panel into the cabinet door. Okay. So after we determine the length that the rails need to be, we went ahead and cut those down on the miter saw, and now it's time to cut out the tongues on the rail so that they will fit into the styles. In order to do so. I've set up an auxiliary fence on my on my fence and that's just going to keep the wood from binding up as it passes, through the blade. And then I've got my miter gauge set to 90 degrees.
And what we're going to do is we're going to set the blade, seven-eighths of an inch out so that the tongues will be seven-eighths of an inch long and set the height of the blade equal to the bottom of this groove. Once we get done passing all the board's through, that will flip the board's over adjust the height equal to the bottom of the other, the other side of the groove, and they do the same thing for the other side. Okay, so I've gone ahead and cut down.
My center panels for the doors in order to measure for those you're just going to want to figure out what the interior dimensions of that groove are and then subtract 1/8 of an inch. That will give you a sixteenth of an inch to float all the way around that panel. Now we're just going to go ahead and glue these together and set the panel end. The panel will be free, it'll, allow for expansion and contraction and allow for the sale of the float.
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