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Thread: First entry doors

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    Default First entry doors

    This is my first set of entry doors. I used the bot to straighten all of my 8/4 lumber as well as surfacing the top side before running it through my planer. I designed all of the arched pieces in Artcam. I also had to design and build several jigs and fixtures to run the parts on my Weaver door machines. I could not have done it without my ShopBot!

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    nice work. Doggie door and all!
    "Once a person moves away from the computer and CNC some of the most important work begins." ~Joe Crumley

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    Are your weaver shapers for entry doors or have you adjusted the cabinet door set to accomindate the thicker door materials ? Very nice doors indeed .. Are they to your shop.

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    Very Nice indeed Kip! What did you use for finish?
    Scott Plaisted
    2013 Desktop/spindle/VCP 9
    Maine

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    Excellent job Scott ! Looks great! Jeff
    Jeff King
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    but how I make them is for me . T. Konovaloff

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    Thanks! These doors are for a customer that I also built cabinets for back in the spring. They are unfinished. My Weaver machines are for cabinet doors but I bought the entry door tooling from freeborn and just adjusted and modified the machines to work. It was not quite as difficult as I had expected. Although, I would not want to have to do the switchover very often.

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