Advanced Building

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Thick 211⁄2 in. Shelf, 1⁄4 in. x 115 ⁄16 in. x 105⁄ 8 in. 25⁄ 8 in. 11⁄ 2 in. * Bottom (and top), in. x 4 in. x 131⁄4 in. 3⁄4 11⁄ 2 in. † 1 in. *Trimmed to fit actual frame opening †Inside tenon trimmed after assembly Panel-Door Spice Cabinet 35 Materials Quantity Part Size Notes 2 Top and Bottom 3⁄4 in. x 4 in. x 131⁄4 in. Cherry 2 Sides 3⁄4 in. x 25⁄ 8 in. x 211⁄ 2 in. Cherry 2 Outer door stiles 5⁄ 8 in. x 11⁄ 2 in. x 217⁄16 in. Cherry 2 Inner door stiles 5⁄ 8 in. x 1 in. x 217⁄16 in. Cherry 2 Bottom door rails 5⁄ 8 in.

Cut the bottom and shelf to length, but leave the sides a bit long so that you can cut an angle at the top later. B Begin the rabbet on each end of the bottom and fixed shelf, using the tablesaw and sled. The stop block is set to form a rabbet 3⁄8 in. deep. A Cut the dadoes for bottom and shelf. Make the first cut where the bottom of the groove begins. Then widen the groove to 1⁄4 in. by moving the stop block 1⁄ 8 in. closer to the blade. 1. Cut the dadoes for the shelf and the bottom. For the bottom, set the stop block so the blade will cut 1 in.

Note that the slot is off-center. The distance from the front face to the slot is 3⁄16 in. The distance from the back of the slot to the back face is 1⁄4 in. Choose which will be the front and back face on each piece and keep the back face consistently against the body of the jig. 5. Mill the splines to thickness to fit the slot and cut to length and width. ) end of the door slats. corners and two splines. Spread glue on the ends of each spline, being careful to glue only those surfaces that will fit inside the grooves cut in the door boards.

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