Face frames are parts on traditional cabinets that surround door and drawer openings, and sanding them so the joints are smooth and flat is a key woodworking skill. The narrow pieces of wood that you see running horizontally and vertically around doors and drawers are the rails and stiles that make up face frames.
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Click below to watch a video of a classic lesson of mine on sanding face frames from back in 2008. This is a basic cabinetmaking skill and has wide enough applications that any woodworker will find useful. Techniques like these are some of the things I teach in my online cabinetmaking course – HOW TO BUILD TRADITIONAL SOLID WOOD CABINETS.
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