Installing The Doors

2 Making the molding

Cut a board longer than you will need for the molding, then install a /2-inch cove bit in your router and mount the tool In a table. Align the bit bearing with the fence and adjust the cutter height to shape the bottom corner of the stock. Mount a featherboard on the table in line with the bit to secure the stock during the cut. Turn on the tool and feed the stock, finishing the pass with a push stick. Shape the other edge of the board the same way (right). Rip the molding from the stock on the table saw and cut the molding to length, mitering the ends at 45°. Cut and fit one piece at a time.

1 Preparing the doors for glass

Glass panels lie in rabbets and are held in place by thin strips of molding. Clamp one door frame to a work surface, then install a piloted %-inch rabbeting bit in your router and set the depth of cut to the combined thickness of the glass and the molding. Hold the tool firmly with both hands while resting the base plate on the frame near one corner, then guide the bit into the inside edge of the door. Move the router clockwise along the edges (left), keeping the pilot bearing pressed against the stock. Square the corners with a chisel and a wooden mallet. Repeat for the second door.

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