All the rails being cut, now let’s fine tune them.
I fine tune each tenon with this small shopmade tool that I call Poor Man Shoulder Plane. To learn more about this tool, clic here.
The expected result is a joint that dry, supports itself.
The dry assembly and the verification of all joints of the first door is done.
Since they are adjusted, I identify each of all joints.
Finally, I check for squareness by comparing the diagonals that must be identical. This is the last step before the glue up.
To see the details and photos of all the steps from the begining, click here.
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