Router Basics There Are Two Things That Woodworkers Build A Lot Of Boxes And Doors Building A Door Is A Skill Almost Every Woodworker Will Need At Some Point Or Another Following A Basic Series Of Steps Will Lead To Success On The Router Table Every Time
Router basics there are two things that woodworkers build a lot of boxes and doors building a door is a skill almost every woodworker will need at some point or another following a basic series of steps will lead to success on the router table every time is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by louis with ID 12743004825 was uploaded on 12-02-2019 and has been viewed 246,437 times.
Rail and Stile Doors Illustrations by James Provost Door construction has evolved over time and the frame and panel door has become the way to accommodate seasonal wood movement while providing a rigid frame to keep the free-floating panel flat.
Traditional doors, made with tenons may still be the most appropriate when building high end furniture or intricate jewellery boxes, but when faced with a whole kitchen full of doors to make, turning to the router table makes sense.
Using a rail and stile bit set will allow you to make the frame elements for the door with repeatable accuracy, while the raised panel bit will allow you to make the field panels from solid stock.These bits must be used in a router table with a solid fence.
What You NeedThe router table you use can be anything from a basic shop-made table to a top of the line precision router table (freud.ca, kregtool.com), but it needs to meet three conditions.• It must be flat.
The table should not be dished or have a crown or you will not be able to get accurate cuts.• It needs to have a solid fence that can be adjusted to the bit.I prefer to have...