A routed groove adds interest to flat-panel doors, but finding a way to radius the corners was a mystery to me. This router subbase changes that. First, build a router subbase from 1⁄4" Baltic birch plywood in the shape of an equilateral triangle (one with three equal-length sides). Keep in mind, the distance between the router’s bit and the triangle’s sides equals that between the door’s rails or stiles and the decorative groove. Use the door’s rails and stiles as guides for the subbase…

A routed groove adds interest to flat-panel doors, but finding a way to radius the corners was a mystery to me. This router subbase changes that. First, build a router subbase from 1 - My Easy Woodworking Plans

Valence Style: Shine light both on the ceiling and down the wall with this valance-style cove. This one is made from straight 3/4-in. clear pine.

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How to Cope Joints

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The secret for a glove-tight fit for trim corners is a coped joint. With this technique you can even make complex crown moldings fit without leaving gaps.

Thin Strip Ripping Jig

Thin Strip Ripping Jig - Homemade thin strip ripping jig constructed from plywood, hardboard, plexiglass, bearing, and hardware.

Thin Strip Ripping Jig

Thin Strip Ripping Jig - Homemade thin strip ripping jig constructed from plywood, hardboard, plexiglass, bearing, and hardware.


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