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Finally put in the french doors to the bar… Been fun…
You can see the full build here.
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posted 06-10-2014 04:14 PM
Nice work. On your web site you mention making “a minor alteration to prevent warping.” Just wondering—what did you do?
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posted 06-10-2014 06:00 PM
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posted 06-12-2014 10:58 AM
Because the the doors were made from finger joined laminated wood, we knew there would be issues with warping and bowing. While you do get it with a solid piece, it can effect lamination more. We had the wood sitting in the shop for a couple of days and watched the warping (and bowing) happen…
We added extra strips down both sides of the doors as per the plans found here. These strips will stop the warping of the top and bottom panels, while the top and bottom panels themselves are stopping the bowing of the two main side panels…
Hope that makes sense… ???
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posted 09-12-2014 03:42 AM
Looks good, whats on tap?
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posted 09-23-2016 07:52 AM
Do you do custom made door? I have been looking for door maker that fit for my door panel size, I prefer pocket doors. I am already eyeing on this barn door san francisco store http://caldwells.com/sliding-closet-door-hardware as they also in the same field of work.
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