There is no reason to turn away from building true divided-light glass doors in your projects. While some techniques to get the dividers made and installed are involved, this is a simple technique sure to work. After building your door frame complete with rabbets to hold the glass, dividing the opening is done using two different sized parts. The pieces that show to the front of the door are 1/4″ thick and 3/4″ wide. The pieces used to separate the glass are 1/4″ thick and 1/2″ wide. Installation uses glue and small spring clamps – and your abilities to cut to the lines. Build Something Great! Glen
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