This is Part 6 of a series that starts here
Gluing the large door stumped me for a while, as I tried to figure out the order of gluing the parts together.
Because there is a center stile (vertical piece) and that piece has tenons on each end, I have to glue that center stile into the top and bottom before I put the two outer side stiles on.
After much thought, this is the order I glued the pieces together.
First I glued the two right-side rails to the center stile as seen here in red:
Then I glued the two left-side rails to the center stile as seen in blue:
This was really getting unwieldy and my clamps were not long enough, but I hooked a few together to get the parts glued.
The next step was to glue the top and bottom rails on, seen here in green:
Now, I could slide in the panel pieces to one side as I did with the three smaller doors:
And then glue on one side stile as seen in orange:
After this, I glue the other side in the same way. I don't have any photos of this door in glue-up mode, most likely because it was a big struggle and I was frustrated. But anyway, it worked out well.
Next I will hinge and hang the doors!
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