A door is a louver doors door hinged slats that slide into a slot. These doors are made of wood strips glued to a canvas support. Careful design and planning, and precise measurements are necessary to determine the number of strips you’ll need to build louver doors.
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- Measuring the spacing between the grooves of the shutter, subtracts 0.32 cm and short wood 1.27 cm to the lifting rail.
- Mark two recessed grooves on the front elevation of the guide and the router with the jig cutter to create handles that will be used to raise and lower the louver doors.
- Mark and cut the top of the rail.
- Make sure both ends of the track lifting slots match the shade.
- It surrounds the upper front edge of the rail to the router and the concave cutter 0.95 cm.
- Cut the wood 1.91 cm wide end rail elevation between the slots.
- Directs the reference edge of the top and bottom
- Measure and mark 0.79 cm from the top edge of the strip and cut.
- Continue routing and cutting until you have the correct number of strips needed to build louver doors.