Jim Griffin: 153,356 hits?
All because of the poster's gender?
The girl doesn't know half of what the men do, and they don't know 1/100th
what they should to make any videos.
End of rant.
Kenneth Morrison: If you were thinking about reading the comments, turn back now.
José Isaac Martínez Mireles: Honey I dont care the project you are so lovely.
Ally Shaw: Wouldn't that assume she owns a table saw to create the grooves in the
rail? Cabinet makers use table saws but most DIY'ers don't own one. Its too
Patrick Halseth: This methodology does not account for expansion and contraction. On
averagel flat sawn wood shrinks 8.6% from its FSP to oven-dry MC. A good
estimate for seasonal shift for indoor RH(at 70 degrees) is about 55 to 30
which yields an EMC of .1 to .06. therefore a reasonable estimate for
tangential shrinkage for a 10" wide panel is aprx .1228". So if you build a
door this way in winter, by summer your joints parallel to the width will
be open by about an 1/8 of an inch. Fail.
Mike D: Kreg the rails together to each other, not the panel. the panel must be
able to move or it will wreck like DaglaRumad said. That is the purpose of
a 5-pc door (4 rails+1panel) The panel should slide in a groove in the rail
and small pices of foam can keep it from shifting around.
TrojanWarrior74: stick to shagging babe
Brandon Feely: This is intended for DIYers obviously and for that purpose its fine...I
think you are great Ana. I'd be willing to gamble that along with all of
the arrogance I read comes a lot of shoddy work ... 9 out of 10 people I've
hired or worked with over the years say they can do what they cannot...
dav1099: nice job , but i really think she needs to be naked under that apron. just
commentsenabledhere: I though she said 'pocket hos.'
Mike Boehm: That's what I was expecting when I came here. I thought the pocket holes
would be to just hold the frame together but the inner piece would float in
between in grooves.
moonruff zopa: It would be fun to work around her, but with all those sharp tools I'd be
afraid. And you gotta be careful. If you get her mad she'd miter your
bill kolada: Awesome. Digging the bangs.
jaspermatty: Hmm, plywood doesn't swell like hardwood...or so I've been told.
shamrock4500: she didn't actually build anything
Matthew Kooshad: do you use the special 'kreg screws' ? (watch?v=Y6-cTMmEsa8) thanks,
beebopaloobop123: This is what I keep wondering about all these pocket hole plans. Her table
tops are always screwed on to the legs and the stretchers... Goes against a
lot of what I've learned about woodworking...
commentsenabledhere: And then remove the apron...
Home Defense Weapons: Very attractive girl. I prefer to dado for the raised panel to let it float
and use a tenon or spline for the stile to rail joint.
Bald&curious: Wanna job ?:)
Gregory Seufzer: i found my next wife,now I need to see if my present wife will understand.
....not likely lol way to be Anna!
David Glaeser: Wouldn't it be better to let the panel float in the grooves of the rails
and stiles rather than screwing the panel into them? Seasonal swelling and
shrinking of the wood across the grain is likely going to mess up the
cabinet door otherwise. The panel might even crack.
Zak White: I never understand why people go the long route with jigs and biscuit
joining. I use a tongue and groove router bit. Glue then clamp and I am
done. Move on to the next one..... So fast!
jess antle: How many pocket holes you need for one panel door?
MimzyManor: That's some fancy dancin!
AMS Kuwaiti: I like you ana ....
doodle91012: lol a pocket hole jig for raised panel doors. maybe for shed doors. kregs
goal was not to put a router table out of business but have at er. even
with matching wood plugs they aint a pretty way to attach anything visible.
still pockek hole jigs are a great way to get the average person in to
carpentry. i bulit a very nice cedar table for my mother's deck in under an
hour with this same kreg jig. all holes are hidden though.
specialross77: So true. The voice of experience.
Michael Bergman: All rude comments aside this lady has a great following of viewers. I think
she dose a great job.
Marty Fried: @Zak White - the advantage of pocket holes over your precious tongue in
groove is that you don't need to wait for the glue to dry - heck, you don't
even necessarily need glue in many applications. Also, the pocket hole jig
is cheaper, and doesn't require a bunch of special bits, and is very
portable. It can also be used to easily repair your jobs that have come
commentsenabledhere: Who is she anyway? Is she on a DIY show or something?
Guy Bradbury: You cannot secure a solid wood panel to a frame. They expand and contract
with humidity changes, which could crack the panel or frame. They need to
be set in a slot with no glue or fasteners. For the kind of construction
you are using, you need to use a sub-straight like plywood or MDF etc.
something that would be painted. See if you can find a good example on
GottaShopIt com: It takes many years to get comfortable with using a table saw. So, always
be super cautious when building raised panel doors. Doing the job safely is
the first thing that you need to keep in your mind.
shamrock4500: she uses that jig for every project.
Donald W. Hanson: I applaud you for the video and your woodworking skills. Most people don't
do; they just criticize. I encourage you to continue doing!
MrMiamijohn: empty vessels make the most noise
garriv777: I think I'm in love with this chick...;)
Shaun Long: You are so sexy I wish you were my wife and I love that sexy belly.
inbetweentheday: Yep... I'm in love, nice clip
jungleislandsurvivor: No need for the negative comments on her approach. Advanced woodworkers
know pocketholes fall short with tons of projects, including raised panel
doors. But the fact that it "can" be done with a Kreg jig offers many an
opportunity without becoming an expert woodworker and acquiring specialized
tools. Ana White's projects are very practical and easy. I'm an advanced
woodwooker, love mortise & tenon joinery, design my own projects, but still
enjoy Ana's projects.
Patrick Halseth: Did that sound all scary and technical? Good, because the point is there is
a lot about construction (even non-structural stuff) that is not
subjective. there are objectively right and wrong ways to do things, and
there are very real consequences to getting it wrong. To post a video that
disregards the basic principles of construction is totally irresponsible,
not to mention a disservice to your viewers.
Na than: @garriv777 I need a real woman in my life, I want her!!
Nick Dow: you should quit right now....
Nick Dow: you called your stiles "rails" and your rails "stiles". as well when you
open the door, you see these big ass pocket recesses...c'mon!!!!
raramire3: Great job Ana, watch your "ah's" and "um's" and your video's will sound
Shaun Long: I love my k reg jig wish it didn't cost $150
jaspermatty: Run a groove down the rails and styles for the 1/4 plywood to float in. Use
the Kreg Jig to join the corners of the rails and styles.
mountainhike100: new at making doors,last 2 sets sucked big time.after seeing your video
with Kreg Jig I now have a set of doors that look good and really
works.looking forward to more of your how to videos with Kreg Jig.
Nick Dow: still....i'd bang you:)
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