Has anyone ever done rail/stiles (rail/stile panel cabinet doors)
that were non-flat? I.e., the middle of the rail and stile
Saw some kitchen cabinetry recently that had this and it was interesting
because I've never seen any articles describing how to do it...
So you make a flat rail/stile, then glue a piece of moulding on
the flat rail/stile to make the middle of the rail/stile bulge
outwards? But then you'd still have to make the piece of moulding
into a convex shape, so why wouldn't you use the same technique
on the rail/stile instead?
You could as far as I know. As long as you had the cutter/ knife/bit to
match the desired profile. I have seen a set of rather elaborate doors
where the builder used a combination of bits to produce the final profile.
Looked nice but it took him a long time.
Also, I do not make my mouldings, I buy them from a specialty moulding
shop. That way I can concentrate on doing those things that I am efficient
at doing and still produce a range of product at a good price. Cheers, JG
Ken Yee wrote:
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