Did this happen when you were dry fitting things?
This is what I'm picturing, this correct? See attachmentfred m deolick said:Yes, It was just snap crackle and pop as I lifted the dry assembled piece. The doors are 18" x 44". I have ten more doors to do. So you can see my concern. I'm gonna try using 7/8" stock and adjust the router to allow a thicker lip on the backside of the framework. The puking Polecat
Let me list a couple of things that come to mind about why that might have happened. These are in order of my best guess to just a guess.fred m deolick said:Yes, thats exactly what is happening. The thinner strip on the back side seems to crack with little pressure on it. I've noticed that the white colored wood seems to be more likely to splinter.
Any progress on the doors?fred m deolick said:Thanks Ed, You have made some good comments. It is now midnite. I'll respond to your message tomorrow. The puking Polecat
Yes Ed, I got the wardrobe out of my workshop and onto the front porch where I will have plenty of room to correct the problem.reible said:Any progress on the doors?
Maybe cutting the grooves with that strange looking router was the whole problem....... Nice picture.fred m deolick said:Yes Ed, I got the wardrobe out of my workshop and onto the front porch where I will have plenty of room to correct the problem.
Thanks for your concern. There were several good suggestions and commentsfrom you and several others. My last door went well. Only nine more to go. 3 on each of four wardrobes.The Puking Polecat.