Learn to make distinctive glass-paned doors by following the technique Mario Rodriguez used when he made this handsome sideboard. Rodriguez simplified the construction of these true divided-light doors by beveling the edges on each muntin, creating an interlocking grid that is both light in appearance and strong in construction. He rabbets the muntins and shapes their beveled edges on the tablesaw, using hold-downs and a hardwood sled to hold the small parts. He copes the ends of the muntins on the router table. From Fine Woodworking #217
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