Tim Coleman makes curved doors using a shopmade solid-wood core sandwiched between veneers. The first layer of veneer on both sides is oriented perpendicular to the core’s grain, which effectively restricts movement of the staves and creates a stable panel. The assembly is edged with solid wood. The process is relatively simple and can be adapted to any number of projects.
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