13. January 2013 13:02
Almost every cabinet door manufactured today is made by a cope and stick method. And there is a good reason for it. It's been a method that has proven to be fast, accurate, and reasonable strong for decades now. If you are thinking of making your own cabinet doors, Cope & Stick is a good choice for you. Cope and Stick is a set of router bits, typically sold together. One makes the proflie and groove to accept the inner panle. (the stick) The other makes a reversed profile and a small tenon to go into the groove. (the cope) Put the two together and they fit like a match made in heaven. There are a few steps that should be followed when making cope and stick doors. This video will show the order in which those steps are done as well as a few tips to go along with it.
chad stanton- stanton fine furniture
6. January 2013 21:16
When it comes to doing cabinet doors most people opt for full over lay doors. A full over lay is when the door sits over the faceframe of the cabinet. However, an inset door is where the door mounts flush to the faceframe, which can be tricky for some because for the door's gaps need to be even and consistent all the way around. Well this video will show you how to accomplish this in a very easy way. This is a great video to take your woodworking to the next level if this is something you've struggled with. Hope you enjoy it.
Chad Stanton- Stanton Fine Furniture
5. October 2008 03:42
Here's the final 3 part mini series of the "little box". Eat some snacks and have a rip roarin' good time.