Heyward Shepherd: The apron is cool and don't change that. What I would have like to see was some close ups of the work being done.
Seth Watson: If she wants to be taken seriously, she needs to loose that silly apron.
Tony Stark: This is the woman I need to marry...
woohunter1: Women moved out of the kitchen and into the workshop making kitchen cabinets. What next, fixing cars instead of crashing them?
Mike Tayse: "What she's doing here will result in a panel that splits as soon as the weather changes" bet 'ya that did not happen! I hope the person doing the vid takes a picture of the door a year later. I certainly understand the theory of wood moving and the importance of taking that into consideration, but it would take a while, and may never happen. Glues are so good anymore, a judicious application of glue would probably more than compensate/overcome for any movement.
Thomas Williams8484 (tha Dragon): nice tip and thanks
J Bujanos: Can you take your shirt off in the next video?
G.I. prepper: You could make videos about how to tie shoes, it wouldnt matter . I would watch everyone. Can u upgrade your camera in the future, thx .
Anthony Catenaro: I don't care if the door explodes...Anna please keep making videos, I can watch you work all day long...or at least until my wife pulls my ear 😜
Martin Medina: Esta señora debería tomar clases de carpinteria en lugar de querer enseñar. Ese panel va a partirse al primer cambio de temperatura. Lo bonito no quita lo tonto.
Rocky Miner: Tioga, your right on the money here. Our lady wood worker apparently did not finish the class on how wood needs to expand/contract. Screwing the panel to the doorframe is NO-NO, it will split the door! Practice makes perfect but this mistake will cost u money. Nice looking lady!
Tioga Fretworks: Pocket holes are not the end-all be-all answer to wood joinery. What she's doing here will result in a panel that splits as soon as the weather changes, because nothing can expand/contract. Sorry - but sometimes you have to bite the bullet and purchase enough tools to get the job done correctly. In this case - you don't need a table saw to cut the grooves for the panel - a handheld router with a slotting bit would get the job done.
Taheerah Lawrence-Brown: I really can't believe the sheer amount of sexist BS you guys are posting in these comments. I came here for tips on building raised panel cabinet doors, and instead I just got pissed right the hell off. SERIOUSLY! Can you think of NOTHING else but demeaning sexual comments? Nothing productive to add at all?
Kenny M: If you were thinking about reading the comments, turn back now.
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.
shamrock4500: she didn't actually build anything
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.
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.
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.
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