Three types of doors will solve most needs: doors for fine furniture, doors with glass panels, and low-budget quickie doors. Steve Latta shows how to make all of them, including solid-panel doors joined with mortises and tenons, the best method for strong, classic frames. There’s no offset shoulder on the tenon in the joint for a glass panel door, because it would get in the way of the rabbet. Cope-and-stick joints are weaker joints, but you can strengthen them by gluing plywood panels in the frame, Latta says. Side information takes a close look at cope-and-stick router bits. From Fine Woodworking #135
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