Glass Doors For The Open Base
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Glass Doors for the Open Base How to build simple doors with the a Kreg Jig.HANDMADE FROM THIS PLAN >> Projects built from this plan.Thank you for submitting brag posts, it's appreciated by all! Handmade by: groovymom2000 Handmade by: higgeldypiggeldy Handmade by: Beginnerbuilder123Shopping List: 7 feet of Pine Craft Boards, measuring 1/2″ thick x 2 1/2″ wide12″ x 24″ LEXAN glass (or other plexiglass)in thinest possible thickness (1/16" or 1/32")8 Mirror Clips8 1/2″ Screws for the Mirror Clips1 Set of Self Closing Overlay Surface Mount HingesPaint/stain or other finishing supplies 1-1/4" Pocket Hole ScrewsElmer's Wood GlueElmer's Wood Filler120 grit sandpaperprimerwood conditionerpaintpaint brushTools: Tape MeasureSpeed SquareCarpenter's PencilSafety GlassesHearing ProtectionKreg JigDrillCircular SawPower SanderDimensions: The doors are designed to fit the Basic collection.
Cut List: Cut your boards to fit your door opening.Step 1: Build your frame as shown above with pocket holes.Ensure that your frame is square and fits inside the openings it is designed for.Step 2 Instructions: Use the mirror clips to attach the glass to the frame.
Make sure the mirror clips are not positioned where the shelves will interfere.Project Type: Bookshelf and Bookcase Plans, frames, Built-In Woodworking PlansEstimated Cost: Under $20Room: living roomCollections: Basic CollectionSkill Level: IntermediateStyle: Farmhouse Style Furniture PlansLog in or register to post comments 71Save Print this plan PDF versionComments Susan replied...