Ask Wwgoa Stub Tenon And Groove Vs Mortise And Tenon
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Question: I am making new kitchen cabinet doors and need some advise on the type of joints to use for the stiles and rails.Doors will be 3/4″ thick Red Oak with 3/4″ raised panels.Most doors will be approx.
13″ x 26″ with, the largest door approx.18″ x 27″.Will a Stub Tenon & Groove be sufficient for a long lasting door or would a Mortise & Tenon be necessary for the size? One other question.When making the raised panel (using the table saw for this application, straight cut, not coped), I will make the angled cut and go back and dado the beveled edge (along with the back of the panel) to create a flat surface to fit into the groove.
Can the shoulder of the bevel be tight against the stile or should I leave 1/8″ of flat exposed to allow for expansion and contraction? Thank you for sharing you expertise.Submitted by jmbretzke Answer: Some woodworkers endorse using a more significant joint in doors than a stub mortise and tenon but I think that if the joint is well made and you apply glue properly, a stub mortise is plenty strong.
On your raised panel, I'd like to see a...