Woodworker's Journal 101-Projects-for-Woodworkers, страница 26
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sembly and glue and nail it in place. Counlersink all finishing nails.
Use wide boards or glued-up stock for the raised-panel doors. On the original the raised panels, which are V thick, were placed without glue in a groove formed by a molding nailed on the front and K x 1" strips glued to the door backs (Detail A, page 21). This method has the advantages of utilizing easily obtainable stock for the door panels and making use of a large and rather attractive quarter-round molding, which is mitered at the corners.
Detail B and the exploded view show a method that uses YS panel stock riding in grooves in the frame. There's not much room for a prominent molding here, but you can either add a small mitered molding or simply round the edge slightly. Commercially produced doors of this type have moldings that are shaped on the frame edges and coped at the corners. This is done by machine, with matched shapers; the work is rather tricky and time-consuming to do by hand.
Panel frames are mortised and tenoned, the haunched tenons pinned after the glue dries. Do