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Making raised-panel doors on a tablesaw. A veteran cabinetmaker shows you how to build a Shaker-style cabinet door in six easy steps. By Rex Alexander

Making raised-panel doors on a tablesaw. A veteran cabinetmaker shows you how to build a Shaker-style cabinet door in six easy steps. By Rex Alexander

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The lower shelves slide out so you can reach the upper storage - great idea for the basement (or a pantry or a garage if I had one).

The lower shelves slide out so you can reach the upper storage - great idea for the basement (or a pantry or a garage if I had one).

The lower shelves slide out so you can reach the upper storage - great idea for the basement (or a pantry or a garage if I had one).

The lower shelves slide out so you can reach the upper storage - great idea for the basement (or a pantry or a garage if I had one).