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    A few projects

    Just thought I would post a few pics of the last job I did. The are for a clubhouse on Catalina Island. One is a paint grade bath vanity with bead board doors and end panel. The other is an oak dressing table that takes a glass top and the other is a cubicle cabinet for shoe and clothes storage also out of oak. As with all my projects I don't do the finish, I just deliver it to the finisher. Since these are going to Catalina Island I won't be doing the install either, it will be done by the contractor. I post the pics in no particlular order just thought I'd share.

    I know Shaz was asking about the moulding head I used for the beadboard on my last project so there's a picture of that. And Chris Mire and I discussed some mitered faceframes that there too.


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    And the rest


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    nice looking stuff doug. looks like a good bit of work went into those pieces.

    did you plug the pockets on the back of the doors?

    thanks for sharing

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    doug, i don't mean to hijack, but since we talked about this and i promised you a picture, here is how another cabinet guy handled putting using mitered doors for end panels.

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    That's a creative way to do the doors, or is that an end panel? I'm set up for doors, so we just make shaker frames and rabbet or reverse raise the panel to fit the grooves.

    I like the magic moulder for beads and V-groove. We do cabinet backs and door panels with it.

    I love seeing pictures of your shop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Mire View Post
    nice looking stuff doug. looks like a good bit of work went into those pieces.

    did you plug the pockets on the back of the doors?

    thanks for sharing
    Chris that picture with the pockets was of the finished end panel. I biscuited the doors to the rails and stiles, no pockets screws.

    Doug

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Mire View Post
    doug, i don't mean to hijack, but since we talked about this and i promised you a picture, here is how another cabinet guy handled putting using mitered doors for end panels.

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    Glad you posted the pic. Doing finished end panels with face frame cabinets can be a little trckey to look right. I see what you are talking about. Looks like he made the end panel frame the same dimensions of the face frame rails so it matched...good idea.

    I'm starting a job with face frames and the doors have a 4" thick rail and stile. So figuring out the end panel is giving me fits. I'll try and post pics when I figure it out.

    Doug

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Rutter
    I like the magic moulder for beads and V-groove. We do cabinet backs and door panels with it.

    I love seeing pictures of your shop!

    Thanks John....those magic moulders are pretty cool, lots of options with them.
    Btw how do you like your straight line rip saw? I'm contemplating getting one but not sure which brand. Alot of them look identical...silver, extrema, grizzley etc. Does it leave a qulity cut? Can you throw some advice about purchasing one my way.

    Doug

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    As always, Doug, great work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Sinjem View Post
    Just thought I would post a few pics of the last job I did. The are for a clubhouse on Catalina Island. One is a paint grade bath vanity with bead board doors and end panel. The other is an oak dressing table that takes a glass top and the other is a cubicle cabinet for shoe and clothes storage also out of oak. As with all my projects I don't do the finish, I just deliver it to the finisher. Since these are going to Catalina Island I won't be doing the install either, it will be done by the contractor. I post the pics in no particlular order just thought I'd share.

    I know Shaz was asking about the moulding head I used for the beadboard on my last project so there's a picture of that. And Chris Mire and I discussed some mitered faceframes that there too.

    Doug
    Hi Doug ,
    Thank you for sharing all these photos with us. Most folks don't realize the effort you took, to take time out of the building process for the photographing of certain phases of the project, or is this one of those "give the plan" to billy, tayna, ricky, and juan to do while you do pictures? Just kidding,.
    The bisquit joining of the face frame on the 45° looks complicated. (I think that is what I am seeing.) How close to flush on both sides and on the top and bottom are you shooting for with the face frame? Only asking as I have never done the face frame thing. Just got a basic kreg system 2 years ago.
    Anyhow, thanks for the posting, viewed several times but this was the first time I felt I had a real chance to respond.
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