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Old 08 Oct 2014, 11:37 pm
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I wanna ask you something. I ust wanna build my pt woody. A chek a lot os web sides and there is alos a lot of money to get some wood kit panel.

My quetion is. Have someone probably have some plans or deimensions for wood kit that i chope and drill and glue everything alone at my home?

Any info is VERY VERY welcome


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Old 01 Nov 2014, 01:15 am
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The doors may look flat, but they are really large compound curves where the wood goes. You also cant just butt join the pieces. You need to use mortise and tenon joints to make it last and look good.

Here's one I'm working on now. It will take me about two months to finish it, and I know what I'm doing. You need to be a good woodworker, and have a pretty well equipped shop to do it yourself and make it look good.

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