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How to Make Wood Doors With Glass || Cabinet Doors DIY

I’ll show you How to Make Wood Doors With Glass || Cabinet Doors DIY The first 1000 people to use the link will get a free trial of Skillshare Premium Membership: Merchandise & Plans: Patreon Page: Cameo: Links below to tools and supplies: Glass Clips: Eye Protection: Doweling Jig: Hinge Jig: Forstner Bits: Tape Measure: Trim Router: Rabbit Bit: Woodpeckers Flip Stops: Set Up Blocks: Square: Drill & Driver Festool Dust Extractor: Festool Chop Saw: Glass for Doors: ISOtunes Bluetooth Hearing Protection (10% off code- BOURBONMOTH10) Bits & Bits Precision Cutting Tools (10% off code- BOURBONBITS) RZ Mask (15% off code: BOURBONMOTH15) Total Boat Epoxy: (10% coupon code TOTALMOTH) Nicks Handmade Boots: Firm Grip Work Gloves: PowerPro Fasteners: Pony Jorgensen Clamps: Spec Ops Hammer: Spec Ops Tape Measure: Spec Ops Pry Bar: Spec Ops Chisels: Spec Ops Screw Drivers: Spec ops utility Knife: Grizzly Tools: Table Saw: Jointer: Planer: Dust Collector: Air Filtration: Band Saw: Drill Press: Lathe:

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21 thoughts on “How to Make Wood Doors With Glass || Cabinet Doors DIY

    1. There are three categories within this concept: transparent, translucent and opaque.
      Transparent means clear. Light goes through it and you can see clearly through it. Translucent means means light goes through it but you can’t see clearly through it. Opaque means light does not go through it.
      The glass he has here is translucent.

  1. I really like it,my next project I will make cabinets with glass, so to finish my tv center 👍

  2. It’s been 1+ years since you built this, has your son driven his truck through the glass yet?

  3. Hey, I watch your videos for entertainment and educational reasons, you do an excellent job of demonstrating and explaining your craft, you are very talented, thank you , keep up the excellent work

  4. Followed pretty much what you were doing. I had to step it up a level. Customer wanted a profile cut on the inside edge like a raised panel door. Needed to make some methods changes but instead of glass, we were installing mirrors. Thus it’s a medicine cabinet. Used the same hinges as you. It turned out ok. This was my first time making this style door also. Just worked my way through it and zing…bang…..boom. Doors are done. Lol

  5. Thanks for making and sharing. I am seriously considering making my kitchen cabinets. Will be frame less cabinets. I live in a condo, so don’t have space for too many tools or the space. I do have the Domino 500. I would love to use plywood, but the cost is rather high and I can’t handle 4×8 sheets either. I want to customize the config. like having full extension pullout trays. Will be using system32.

  6. I have the same jig that you are using. How are you able to drill out 2 holes without moving the jig over to the appropriate size for the drill bit. Built houses as a GC for 20ys (never built cabinets just installed them), became a nurse, and now returning to woodworking to decompress. Cant get the saw dust out of my veins.

  7. I love these videos. I just made a couple cabinet doors using the dowels, based on your video. Unfortunately I was using a $12 milescraft jig, so some extra sanding was involved to fix the 1/32 of misalignment. I’m still fairly new to woodworking, so pardon my ignorant question. Since the jig is self-centering, instead of drawing the lines and eyeballing the dowel placement, wouldn’t it be easier to use the edge of the doweling jig or a small spacer block to get the near-exact location every time?

  8. That kid looks as if to say “I have no clue of which you speak father”

    Absolutely love your videos and I am taking tips from you on my woodworking projects. Keep up the good work.

  9. Can you show how to make cabinet doors using common tools that weekend DIYers have (small table saw, miter saw, drills (not pocket screw jig, etc) no sketchup software). Thank you!

  10. More into metal work and turning wrenches, however I used your videos to make the wife a couple cabinet doors in the kitchen. Man I’m hooked, I think I’ve just found a new hobby that will hopefully lead to some extra$ in a couple years.

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