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When you trim the doors to size, make sure you support the door adequately and start with the top and bottom edges. That way any tear-out on the end grain will be removed when you run the long-grain edges over the jointer.

When you trim the doors to size, make sure you support the door adequately and start with the top and bottom edges.


 

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Cutting Down Panels The Little Shop Mark II is a great system for cutting up large panels. Simply crosscut the 4 x 8 sheet to a little over the finished length and then rip the panels from the shorter piece.After drilling out the mortises in the feet using my drill press, I cleaned up the mortise and squared the corners with a chisel. I’m glad they shot this picture because I don’t use hand tools too often.