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Old 05-11-2016, 01:29 PM   #1
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Cabinet doors.

I pulled the big old microwave and adaptor plate out of my 2000 Gulfsteam.

I put a floor and a shelf to create a storage area around the new little microwave.
I want to cover the opening with doors that match to cabinets next to it.
I searched the net but no one seems to selI that size door.
Is there a supplier of 12 X 17 RV size cabinet doors or are they going to be a custom made item.

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twinboat.... There are a few suppliers of unfinished custom size/style cabinet doors online, quite reasonably priced. CabinetNow, Cabinetdoorworld, amishcabinetdoor. Some are quite low priced but I know nothing of their quality.

Two years ago I was making a cabinet to match the light oak in our DS. In years past I would have made the door myself, but fulltiming I don't have my shop with me. I checked out the online sources, and ordered the door from Cabinet Now. You select the style of door, style of panel, wood specie, and a couple of other details. They instruct on precisely how they want to measure for size. And they manufacture the door to your specific instructions.

The door was perfect. Dimension, surface sanding, edge radius, assembly joints-- absolutely perfect. I gave it a light touch with 600 paper before finishing, but only because I thought I ought to- not because it needed it! The price was $26 for an approx 17 X 18 oak raised panel door, and about $30 for shipping. It wasn't the cheapest available, but it was likely the best. I'd return to Cabinet Now, and I recommend them unequivocally.

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Thanks for the pointer to CabinetNow. That could be very handy for a number of projects.

Anyone else running across this thread-

Our 1997/8 Lazy Daze Class C cabinet and drawer fronts consisted of a proprietary molding constructed around pieces of faced plywood (think molding made into a picture frame and the plywood being the canvas). There was no source of the molding, so I made a pattern for it and gave that to the local sawmill to order a set of custom molding knives for their Woodmaster machine. The knives cost $100, and material and labor to cut 30 feet of molding was another $50. That was expensive, but you wouldn't know it wasn't factory-original.
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