Making & Fitting Doors Digital Edition

Making & Fitting Doors Digital Edition

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An even gap around an inset door, the solid joinery, the array of glass or raised panels - all show off your care and craftsmanship. The eight articles in this digital magazine - featuring the best of Popular Woodworking Magazine and Woodworking Magazine - will help you discover ways to select, size and install the right door for you. In "Fitting Inset Doors," Robert W. Lang shows you how you can get your gaps to fall into place every time by using his tips for careful craftsmanship. Selecting and placing hinges can affect the look of a project, for better and sometimes for worse. In "Butt Hinges," you'll learn the parts of this basic hinge, how many hinges to use on a given project, and why countersinks differ in the U.S. and the U.K. Here's the situation. You've got a face frame cabinet, and the face frame is not quite square. Don't spend hours with a handplane or sandpaper - follow Carl Bilderback's techniques to "Fit Doors with Ticking Sticks." Using this simple method, you'll learn how to use a long tapered stick, a pencil and a piece of cardboard to give doors a near-perfect fit in irregular openings. In "Doors & Drawers," David Thiel, gives you a solid grounding in the basics of doors - solid slab, raised panel and divided-light - as well as the joinery used. You'll also find bonus material about drawers: basic types, joinery and tips on selecting the right door or drawer for your projects. There's more than one way to raise a panel. Robert W. Lang, Christopher Schwarz and Glen Huey walk you through "3 Ways to make Raised Panels." Robert raises his panels with a router; Christopher goes with hand tools only, and Glen tackles his panel with a table saw. Discover the "Stub-tenon Door" - a great way to make small doors. Steve Shanesy teaches you two great ways to make this quick and useful joint. Cope-and-stick is one of the best joints to use when making doors - and Bill Hylton shows you how to adapt your cope-and-stick bits to produce frames that will house glass as well as wood panels. Divided-light doors can lighten a design and add beauty to almost any build. Glen Huey uses a table saw and a few spring clamps to make "Simple Divided-light Glass Doors." You'll learn how to add authentic flat muntins, mullions and glass panels to your cabinet doors.