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Custom panel by Christian Becksvort
Doors are dominant on most cabinet designs, so dressing up door panels is an easy way to make furniture stand out. And because they are flat and finite, panels are a great place to try out new techniques. This collection of articles shows four panels that are tasteful without being overwhelming: book-matched, hand-carved, woven, and routed. Read the articles from Fine Woodworking issue # 211
Credenza by James Probst
Cabinet by Matt Kirby
Woven panels by Tim Pastore
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I'm trying to figure out what size bit was used in the panel. I know it must be in the write up but I can't find it to save my >>>>>>>> well I can't find it. I have 3/8 and 1/2 inch. I have bowl cutter and I looks close.
Any way to find out????
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