Cheaper doors have oblong finger-grips of about 1/8 in (3 mm) thickness glass cemented to the plate (237:2), but undoubtedly the better method is a cut finger-grip (237:1) which is run in with a grinding-wheel. Alternatively, thin sections of wood, preferably built up of several sheets of veneer to overcome shrinkage, can be glued to the glass with Araldite cement (237:3, 4), and in the writer's experience have proved satisfactory in use, although obviously they will not stand hard knocks.
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