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Certainly, its a great design idea....
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Regarding expansion, I guessed a lot. Because each door is broken into multiple panels, I based the expansion on the total width of the stiles. Most of the surface area is in the panels which float so I ignored that expansion other than to allow room for in the dadoes. After installation I ended up with a little less gap between the doors than I intended so the doors do rub a little when they are at their maximum expansion. Someday I may plane of a little bit of one of the doors but handling those isn’t fun because they are very heavy.
Beautiful. How did you account for expansion?
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