I take it that the doors are already glued up?
If so, you MAY be able to set the fence on the router table and, using a straight bit, remove the shoulder.
Set up a stop for the beginning and ending of the cut so you don't rout past the adjoining panel slots. At least two passes should get rid of the shoulder.
Then, change to a larger dia. straight bit (if necessary) and deepen the cut to allow for the glass and retaining strip.
If the door hasn't been glued, Just cut the shoulder away on the table saw and deepen the cut on the router table.
On the Hoosier I built, I just ran a bead of clear silicone around the inside. It's held for 10 years. The doors are 17" wide by 27 1/2" high with 3/4"X2" rails and stiles. The inset for the glass is 3/8"X3/8".
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Last edited by Gene Howe; 06-14-2012 at 01:44 PM.